The Abaque Series can handle abrasive, delicate, as well as shear-sensitive and viscous materials throughout the production process. Available in 10 different sizes that provide flow rates of 0.07 to 300 gpm, the series offers dry-run capabilities for tank and line stripping needs.
Molded double wall/dual containment tanks are designed for stringent environmental concerns and codes. Outer containment of the double wall tank complies with federal regulation 40CFR-264.193 capacity requirements. Tanks are designed for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Batch mix tanks are applicable for a range of products, from delicate food products to high-viscosity shampoos and pharmaceutical creams. The tanks are designed for atmospheric, high or low pressure/vacuum, fast heat up or rapid cool down applications.
The HF model centrifuge incorporates an inverting filter, thin cake processing technology, and direct contact drying of the material for separation/filtration to provide processing advantages.
RAPIDOOR closures lock and unlock in seconds, providing positive sealing for virtually all types of tanks, vessels, centrifuges and autoclaves. The system incorporates a safety interlock that prevents unlocking while a vessel is under pressure.
Clampseal valves are available in sizes up to 4 in. in Y, angle, or T-patterns and in ASME pressure classes up to 4500#. The valves feature a quick-change packing chamber and pressure seal bonnet that allow for fast in-line serviceability and lower exposure to radiation.
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