Archive for July, 2011

Smoot Type 1 Airlocks

Friday, July 29th, 2011

Smoot Type 1 Airlocks Type 1, Square Flange PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The Smoot Type 1 is a basic, yet versatile airlock. With a wide range of options and accessories, and multiple sizes in stock, the Type 1 will operate efficiently in your system. PRODUCT FEATURES Constructed with cast iron housing Open end rotor constructed of A-36 […]

ProMiment Beta® b Series

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

ProMiment® Beta® b Series Energy Efficient and NSF Approved! The ProMinent® Beta® is a microprocessorbased diaphragm solenoid metering pump capable of flows from 0.16 to 8.4 gph (0.59 to 32 l/h) and pressures to 363 psi (25 bar). Feed rate is determined by stroke length and stroke frequency. Stroke length is adjusted from 0% to […]

Fybroc Division Self-Priming Pumps

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Fybroc Division Self-Priming Fiberglass Pumps  SERIES 1600 SELF-PRIMING CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS Capacities to 1400 GPM Heads to 300 feet Integral priming chamber High Strength Casing Integral Flanges Six Standard Sizes These self-primers combine efficiency with excellent priming times. Substantial parts interchangeability with series 1500 pumps. Available in six sizes with capacities to 1400 GPM and heads […]

Duall Division PT-500 Series scrubber controls fermentation tank odors at pharmaceutical manufacturi

Friday, July 8th, 2011

Background Baxter Healthcare, Jayuya, Puerto Rico, faced new air regulations to treat odors and particulate emitted from a fermentation process used in the manufacture of antibiotics. The primary odor constituents were hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and dimethyldisulfide (DMDS). Results The Duall Division of the Met-Pro Corporation recommended a Series PT-510 skid mounted, scrubber system to solve […]

Fisher-Klosterman redesigns competitor's cyclone and wet scrubber

Friday, July 1st, 2011

Fisher-Klosterman® was asked to modify the design on an existing Cyclone and Wet Scrubber supplied by a competitor in order to obtain a better collection efficiency and minimize the liquid carry over at new reduced gas flow conditions. The Cyclone and Scrubber were modified with minimum fieldwork by changing internal components only. Fisher-Klosterman® also provided […]