Aspiration of varnishing sludge.
An HCP 50 peristaltic pump is responsible for suction and transfer of sludge generated by the process of regeneration of cylinders for compressed gas in a company forming part of a large industrial group, specialized in the production and trade of gas cylinders and cylinders packs for industrial use.
One of these companies in the group, takes care of the recovery and regeneration and varnishing of cylinders.
Between the processing steps is expected: the washing and the remediation of the cylinders, blasting the body, the pre-treatment operations and the final finishing with the final varnishing of the product, often with custom colors. This company works thousands of cylinders each year,in steel,aluminum,with accessories or without.
The perfect pump solution for varnishing sludge:
The HCP 50 used is a medium proportions peristaltic pump ,and must recover and transfer waste water and sludge liquids deriving from the manufacturing process. Starting from the first for arrive to last working step, the variety of liquids pumped is very wide, as well as the viscosity, but the presence of the speed variator allows to the pump a perfect adaptation to different tasks. In the wastewater there are aggressive substances, solid suspensions,residual abrasive sand, various agglomerates, there is everything, in liquid form or muddy.
The machine that can do all this work is only one, the HCP 50 peristaltic pump. With a free passage up to 50 mm in diameter, the machine performs its function in all phases, from 2007, the year which it has planted into service. It should be added that in the dead times, or when it is necessary, should also drain the varnishing sludge from the cabins tanks. The customer buy a tubular membrane spare approximately every two years. The pump goes hand in hand to various operators for their service, without problems, while always ensuring a ready effective operation, removing sludge ,at low cost.
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