Archive for April, 2011

Fybroc Division Magnetic Drive Fiberglass Pumps

Friday, April 29th, 2011

Fybroc Division Magnetic Drive Fiberglass Pumps  SERIES 2530 CLOSE-COUPLED SEALLESS MAGNETIC DRIVE PUMPS Capacities to 1500 GPM (350 m3/hr) Heads to 400 feet (125 m) Powers to 100 HP (75 kw) Temperatures to 200°F (93°C) Working Pressures to 200 PSI (1,380 kPa) ASME/ANSI B73.1 dimensioned Materials of construction availability:  VR-1, VR-1 BPO-DMA, EY-2 Magnetic drive […]

Duall Division scrubber systems and exhaust hoods utilize Corzan CPVC construction

Friday, April 22nd, 2011

Background OSRAM-Sylvania Corporation has lighting manufacturing facilities in both Versailles, Kentucky and Luquillo, Puerto Rico. At both locations, high temperature HCl and HF processes are used to etch glass and other lighting components. The process baths are extremely concentrated and operated at temperatures exceeding 180°F which create highly corrosive, submicronic aerosol mists. These volatile mists […]

PVC dryer exhausts use Fisher-Klosterman XQ cyclones and MS scrubbers

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Fisher-Klosterman® supplied the product recovery and air pollution control equipment for two stationary fluid bed PVC powder drying systems. The equipment was supplied for expansions at facilities in Louisiana and Texas. XQ series cyclones capture the bulk of the solids while MS venturi scrubbers meet the stringent emission requirements. The corrosive process required that all […]

Aerovent Fans Help Revitalize Mining Community

Friday, April 8th, 2011

What comes to mind when you hear the word asbestos? A mineral used in the manufacture of insulation or its associated health risks? What about magnesium? And what does magnesium have to do with asbestos? The waste rock left from mining asbestos is rich in magnesium, and demand for the lightweight metal is growing 6 […]

Seepex Pumps on Sludge Service at Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant

Friday, April 1st, 2011

55 seepex pumps for handling sludge in the largest high-rate clarification system. Most older cities in North America have combined sewer systems and many, like Toledo, have their WWT plants located in an older part of the city, next to a lake or a river. Space in these locations, is always at a premium and […]