Solutions for the Pulp & Paper Industry
EchoSwitch™ Ultrasonic Switches
- Programmable target calibration for relay setup.
- Accurate and reliable level control from 0.5 to 26.2 feet.
- Available in maximum ranges of 4, 10, 16.4, and 26.2 feet.
- Three internal 1A relays for local alarm, pump or valve control.
- All plastic construction with PVDF transducer and ABS housing.
- Standard 3m cable provided for easy target calibration.
Molded fiberglass grating is significantly lighter in weight than metallic gratings and the high resin content (65) provides long, virtually maintenance-free performance. A higher safety factor is achieved by designing in a higher glass content at the bottom of the grating for greater tensile strength.
- Corrosion Resistant
- Easy To Fabricate
- Fire Retardant
- Impact Resistant
- Low in Maintenance
- Low in Conductivity
- Bidirectional Load Bearing
- Easy To Install
- Cost Effective
- Uniform in Appearance
- Concave non-slip walking surface
Plastic-Lined Steel Piping
When corrosive piping applications require the chemical resistance of plastic and the strength of metal, think plastic-lined-steel piping. It’s available in corrosion resistant PTFE, PFA, Polypropylene, and PVDF locked in liners and pipe sizes to fit your specific needs. Harrington can fabricate spool pieces to your exact specifications.
Signet 8900 Multi-Parameter Meter
- Color coded for compressed air (light blue).
- 100% leak free from a correctly made solvent joint.
- Easy to handle—1/8th the weight of steel.
- Quick to join by solvent welding.
- Speed of installation—no special equipment required.
- Tough and ductile.
- Metric sized; equivalent inch sizes are: 20 (1/2”), 25 (3/4”), 32 (1”), 50 (1-1/2”), 63 (2”), 90 (3”), 110 (4”).
- 6″ & 8″ are IPS-sized, gray in color, with pressure ratings of 180 psi and 145 psi respectively.
- 515 Rotor-X flow
- 525 Metalex flow
- 2000 Micro-flow
- 2100 Turbine flow
- 2350 Temperature
- 2450 Pressure
- 2507 Mini-flow
- 2517 Brass flow
- 2536 Rotor-X flow
- 2540 SS flow
- 2552 Electromagnetic
- 2750 DryLoc sensor
- 2850 Conductivity
- 7000 Vortex flow
- 8058 Signal converter
- 8059 External relay module
Stands up to harsh pulp and paper processes
In virtually every line of the pulp and papermaking process, freshwater, process liquids and liquors flow through pipes, filters and screens, and are stored in tanks. The need for paper products in our society is critical, as we have seen during the pandemic of 2020. How the process efficiently and responsibly creates the products is a complex maze of technology that transforms trees into paper.
Caustic and corrosive chemicals – sodium hydroxide, sodium sulfide, sodium sulfate and sodium carbonate – are at the heart of these processes. In the process flows, there are wide swings in pH levels as chemical reactions galore advance toward making the finished product we use every day.
When older processing systems operate beyond their design capacity, concerns about scale buildup and blockages plague maintenance and reliability personnel. Staying ahead of mineral scale and corrosion can be time-consuming and costly. With metal, these concerns become an inevitable part of the process. While this is necessary to prevent fouling, a precisely-engineered, real-world-tested alternative is close at hand.
Corzan Piping Systems will not pit, scale or corrode under conditions that could degrade many metals and other plastic materials. You can be confident you are getting a problem-free, long-lasting piping system that is easy to install, requires little-to-no maintenance and offers optimum flow rates. All this translates to lower life-cycle costs, less downtime and greater value.
Corzan® Material & Piping Solutions Keeps Production Humming
This alternative is a chemically inert piping material with smooth walls impervious to scale and corrosion that can accommodate pH levels running the gamut from high to low. This alternative also ensures optimal flow rates with excellent hydraulic capabilities and pressure ratings up to 200°F (93°C). The material, Corzan® CPVC, is a highly suitable choice for pulp and paper applications ranging from influent water, cooling towers, and wastewater treatment to chemical processing, boiler feed, and demineralized water as well as debarking wash water.
Because the lifetime cost savings over metal are significant, maintenance and reliability professionals should think about displacing metal in these applications. In addition, storage vessels manufactured of traditional carbon steel or stainless steel are being replaced by composites like FRP and Corzan CPVC-lined FRP. Corzan CPVC technology has found a home as the chemical resistance layer in composite construction, providing extended life through its versatile and permeation-free chemical resistance properties.
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