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  • Abrasive Flow Machining (AFM)
    Abrasive flow machining (AFM) passes a mixture of abrasive grain and a high-viscosity carrier media through a part's inner diameter (ID) or internal openings. AFM processes are used to debur, polish, and generate controlled-radius geometry in components. Orbital AFM is used for external finishing
  • Different Approaches to grinding abrasive materials
    Custom Processing Services offers a variety of methods to grind abrasive materials. The contract manufacturer operates tolling plants in Reading and East Greenville, PA. Jaw crushers are utilized for primary reduction. When further reduction is needed, CPS uses impact mills, cone crushers and roll
  • Abrasive Filament Brush Deburring of Powdered Metal Components
    The deburring of PM parts is commonly performed in a batch process. This typically involves loading a quantity of parts into a vibratory bowl filled with abrasive media. The vibration of the bowl causes the abrasive media, and parts, to "flow". This interaction between the media and parts gradually
  • How to Move Abrasive Fluids While Minimizing Life Cycle Costs
    Positive displacement pumps (PD pumps) were created to meter or transfer hard-to-handle fluids like corrosive, viscous, shear sensitive, or abrasive slurries at various speeds without pressure-induced flow drop. Within the realm of PD pumps, there are reciprocating and rotary pump technologies:
  • Rotating Unions and Abrasive Media - Experience Makes All the Difference!
    directional drilling since it causes little to no disruption to the flow of traffic. In a technical process similar to deep drilling, starting from the surface or trench positioned along the side of the road, a special three-dimensionally controllable sensor and cutter head are used to drill through the earth
  • DFM 5.0 Doppler Flow Meter for Frac Sand Slurry Flow Monitoring
    CanFrac Sands Ltd. of Lloydmister, Saskatchewan install a Greyline DFM 5.0 Doppler Flow Meter to measure fracturing sand slurry when their in-line flowmeters were being damaged by the abrasive slurry.
  • Sand Slurry Flow Monitoring (.pdf)
    CanFrac Sands Ltd. of Lloydmister Saskatchewan (Canada) needed a flowmeter that could accurately measure sand slurry flow without being damaged by this highly abrasive product. They selected the Greyline DFM 5.0 Doppler Flow Meter with a clamp-on ultrasonic sensor mounted on the outside of a pipe.
  • Monitor Dredging Slurry Flow
    Managing and optimizing production from a dredge requires continuous monitoring of pipeline pressure, vacuum and slurry velocity. The operating conditions are extremely harsh and any sensing components in contact with the abrasive slurry can be damaged.

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