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VIBRATING SCREENS: Manufactured with or without side panels/clamp/edge preparations in required sizes, aperture, dia with different metals such as Stainless Steel, Spring Steel, G.I, M.S, High Carbon, High Tensile etc. available in cut sizes. Applications: 1) Cement Industries 2) Coal Mine Industries 3) Sugar Industries 4) Food Processing Industries 5) Paper & Pulp Industries
MIST ELIMINATOR: Construction: It consist essentially of pads of multiple layers of Fabric-knitted from metals and synthetic fiber mono-filament chosen to suit the particular duty requirements. After knitting each layer is crimped and then converted into desired size or shape or pads. The pads are not entirely rigid and generally supported by open grid structure. Function: It is installed some distance above the surface of the liquid to allow some space for the natural disengagement of the coarsest natural particles and also to ensure that the gas/ vapor flow is uniform over the whole area of the mist eliminator. The droplet laden gas/ vapor then passes into Mist Eliminators at a predetermined velocity. The gas/ vapor easily finds open path though the mesh but the droplets and mist impinge on the filaments of pad where they coalesce and eventually grow to such a size to overcome surface tension of liquid and force of gravity. The drops so formed then fall down allowing the free gas/ vapor to pass out from the Mist Eliminator. Advantages: 1) Prevention of air pollution 2) Improvement in process efficiency 3) Minimize product losses in kettles, re-boilers and evaporators 4) Eliminate costly liquid lose 5) Reduces product contamination 6) Prevent carbon and metal entrainment of down stream catalyst cracker
Flat Flex Wire Belting: (i) Materials: Manufactured in high tensile strength stainless or spring steel from 0.89 mm to 2.34 mm diameter wire. (ii) Belt Width: Available from 2.50 inch to 14 ft. (iii)Sprockets: Stock sizes from 1.25 inch to 30" diameter manufactured in stainless steel.. Special sprocket sizes and materials made to order.
CHAIN LINK FENCING: Chain-link fencing is also called weaving. A metal wire, often galvanized to reduce corrosion, is pulled along a rotating long and flat blade, thus creating a somewhat flattened spiral. The spiral continues to rotate past the blade and winds its way through the previous spiral that is already part of the fence. When the spiral reaches the far end of the fence, the spiral is cut near the blade. After that the spiral is pressed flat and the entire fence is moved up, ready for the next cycle. The end of every second spiral overlaps the end of every first spiral. The machine clamps both ends and gives them a few twists. This makes the links permanent. An improved version of the weaving machine winds two wires around the blade at once, thus creating a double helix. One of the spirals is woven through the last spiral that is already part of the fence. This improvement allows the process to advance twice as fast. IWI manufactures in galvanized iron, stainless steel from 6 gauge to 18 gauge in any height/length/width/sizes etc. Note: Minimum Order Quantity - 500 SFT It is an make to order material.
TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS ABOUT INDUSTRIAL WIRE SCREENS (ISO 14315): 1) Aperture Width (w): The distance between two adjacent warp or weft wires, measured in the projected plane at mid positions. 2) Wire Diameter (d): The diameter of the wire in the wire screen. 3) Pitch (p): (i) Distance between the middle points of two adjacent wires. (ii) Nominally the sum of the aperture width (w) and the wire diameter (d). 4) Warp: All the wires running lengthwise in the screen as manufactured. 5) Weft: All wires running crosswise in the screen as manufactured. 6) Number of apertures per unit length: The number of apertures which are counted in a row, one behind the other on a given unit length. 7) Open Screening Area (Ao): (i) Percentage of the surface of all the apertures in the total screening surface. (ii) Ratio of the square of the nominal aperture width (w) and the square of the nominal pitch (p) , i.e p = (w+d), rounded to a full percentage value: A0 = 100 x (w x w) / (w+d) x (w + d) 8) Firmness of industrial wire screen : Tension existing between the crossing of warp and weft wires and which, together with the interlocking, determines the firmness of the wire screen. Also note, that it is affected by the tensile strength of the material, by the relationship of (w) to (d), and by the type and the depth of the crimp. 9) Major blemishes: Production defects which significantly affect the aperture size or surface quality of the wire screen.