Hi-Density Polyethylene (PP HD) has better physical and chemical parameters than standard polypropylene (PP). It is several times more resistant to wear what makes this material ideal for abrasive and aggressive liquids. It can also withstand liquid temperature up to 70°C.
PTFE is excellent for use in applications requiring high temperatures. It may also be used for very aggressive fluids such as chlorinated hydrocarbons and highly aggressive acids. Maximum liquid temperature is 100°C
The dampeners are available in explosion proof – ATEX marked – execution. They are supplied with earth connection and conductive materials: conductive body, diaphragm in PTFE (conductive backing) or EPDM (conductive).
|Industry||Example of application|
|Chemistry|| Acids, alkalis, alcohol,
solvents, latex, emulsions
||CIP fluid, flavouring, pigments|
|Pulp & Paper||Glue, slurries, adhesives, dispersions, resins, sodium silicate, titanium oxide|
|Surface conditioning||Electroplating baths, various acids, solvents, anodic sludge, varnish, enamels|
|Water treatment||Sludge handling, filter press applications, neutralization and flocculants|
|Electronics||Carrier fluids, ultra pure liquids, electroplating solutions, mercury, solvents|
|Print & paint||Glue, additives, varnish, ink, paint, latex, acid, resins, pigment|