The Ultimate Guide to Plastic and GRP Ducting

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Plastic and GRP ducts are used to transport air and gases from one process to another. Despite their rudimentary nature (ultimately, ducting is nothing more than a series of ducts in which airflows one way or another) the design of ducting is professional work. A lot of engineering time goes into the design of ductwork.

Fiberglass reinforced plastic tanks: Advantages and uses

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In applications where the strength-to-weight ratio is a key consideration, fibreglass holds several advantages over metals that are hard to ignore. Fibreglass is a composite material made from woven nylon embedded with glass fibres bonded together with a binder. The addition of glass fibres increases the tensile and mechanical strength of the material considerably, producing

Important considerations when choosing chemical process and chemical storage tanks

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Proper chemical storage is essential for safety and to ensure that chemicals remain unspoiled. Improper storage is not only hazardous, but it is also bad for quality control and in some cases illegal. Chemicals can be impacted by elements like heat, cold and pressure - and the materials used to make tanks can be impacted

What are the different types of ductwork?

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There are several types of ductwork for different applications. An important consideration when designing ducts is leakage classification and pressure testing. Some applications, like ventilation systems, also call for fire compartmentation tests. Ducts can be manufactured to any specification and final specifications depend on the design and intended use case of the system. For example,

Service of Process Vessels and Ducts

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The maintenance of process vessels mandated by different industry standards to increase the longevity of the vessel, helping in concocting smoothly in the long-run. The process not only diminishes the risk of vessel failure and improves the safety of users as well as of the environment. Maintenance involves the repair or refurbishment of broken and

Biofiltration for Industrial Odour Control

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Industrial Odour The industrial odour is produced by an expansive range of organisations, both private sector and government organisations. Processes such as food production, waste incineration, infrastructure, wastewater treatment, chemical processing, and many more are involved in the emission of odours. Odour is a variable dependent on certain environmental factors that can considerably increase its

Chemical Dosing Systems and How They Work

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What is a chemical dosing system? A chemical dosing system is the removal of chemicals like phosphate from the effluent of wastewater treatment, sewage and related works. This process of immunising reagent in the sewage or wastewater network for controlling odour, removing debris, increasing pumping efficiency, automatically, is known as chemical dosing. At

A guide to Chemical Storage Tanks

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Chemical storage tanks are containers for chemical products widely used within the chemical and related industries and are available for different purposes, i.e. storing, processing, mixing, transportation of raw or finished products. The chemical tanks are used to store old liquids, compressed gases, hazardous chemicals, etc. in fluids or solids and are available in

Reverse Osmosis Systems – Performance Considerations and Pretreatment Solutions

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The backbone of the water treatment industry, Reverse Osmosis (RO) removes contaminants, salts, and other impurities from unfiltered or feed water through a pressure force of the semipermeable membrane. This membrane blocks contaminants and lets the water molecules to pass. In osmosis, the water coming from the semipermeable membrane becomes more concentrated. In Reverse

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