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  • Compressed Air Cost Savings for Small Food Processing
    . of. pressure. required. ./0d4de002-3f1e-4faa-a8ca-f7246f0194df White Paper: Compressed Air Cost Savings for Small Food Processing. White  Paper:  Compressed  Air  Cost  Saving  for  Small  Food  Processing  . With  recent  trends  and  consumer  concerns  for  food  safety,  many  food  processors
  • Reliable and Efficient Concept: Air Supplies Tailored to PET Container Production
    pressure and control air. The major portion of the compressed air supplied by the rotary. screw compressors is fed to the boosters via prefilters. The. booster compressors are single-stage, oil-lubricated reciprocat-. ing compressors with a low compression ratio. The final, achiev-. able pressure
  • Vacuum Requirements for Steel Degassing (.pdf)
    rotor, which is then. compressed on the high side by the liquid ring and vented out via non-return flapper. valves in the upper side plates. The exiting gas is separated from entrained seal liquid. which can then be recycled. However, there are two major drawbacks associated with the use of water sealed
  • Reduce Cycle Time in Gas Assist Injection Molding by 20-50% with a New CO2 Process
    by the surface of the mold cavity resulting in a hol ow part. The. Reduce Cycle Time in Gas Assist Injection Molding by 20-50%. 03. Figure 1. CO2 eGAIM. When CO2 is compressed to more than 1070 psi (72.8 bar) and warmed. The CO2 eGAIM process cools the inner wall of the part, supplementing the. above
  • Ins and Outs of I/P Transducers (.pdf)
    ” and typically ranges from 4-12 SCFH. Rates may vary significantly between models and manufacturers. This is an important. consideration as compressed air is costly, and it is even more important if the media is. natural gas (more on media later). The most common flapper design uses a coil and magnet
  • Medical Device Link .
    of the smallest. The capacity of the machine 's built-in 63.5-mm, 22.4-kW extruder is 109 kg/hr for low-density polyethylene, 91 kg/hr for high-density polyethylene and 81 kg/hr for polypropylene. Dry, oil-free compressed air is supplied to the system at a rate of 24.5 m3/hr at a typical 4.2-bar pressure

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