ProMinent at ACHEMA 2018: Hydraulic diaphragm metering pumps

At ACHEMA 2018 in Hall 8 at stand J94 ProMinent is showcasing its Hydraulic diaphragm pumps type Hydro. The tried-and-tested range of process pumps from ProMinent have moved things up a level in terms of performance and versatility.

The Hydro/ 4 model now offers delivery capacity of 200 l/h at 40 bar as a single-head pump and is capable of delivery capacities of up to 400 l/h at 40 bar as a twin-head pump.

With the types Hydro 2, Hydro 3 and Hydro 4, ProMinent offers an end-to-end product range with stroke lengths of 15 mm or 20 mm, covering outputs from 3 to 1,450 l/h at 100 to 7 bar. The application range of the Hydro 4 has been increased from 25 to 40 bar. The Hydro pumps deliver stable metering performance up to 1,400 l/h with a high repeat accuracy of ±1 %. All pump types are equipped as standard with a fixed-setting pressure relief valve that is integrated in the hydraulics and a multi-layer diaphragm with a diaphragm rupture warning system.

Maximum flexibility

The modular design of the Hydro range facilitates a high degree of flexibility. The pumps can be used as single-head and twin-head versions. If you require a multi-pump system, the pumps can also be equipped with up to four metering units. Each of the metering units can be operated with different delivery capacities here. A total of five gear reductions are available for the Hydro pumps. The pumps are also available for use in ATEX Zones 1 and 2. All models of the Hydro product range are designed in accordance with API 675.

Efficient process pumps type hydro enhances the process- and product quality due to reliable metering. Simultaneous the requirements of the chemical industry and protection of environment will be fulfilled. High availability and safety of process during metering of combustive, toxic, solids containing and viscous fluids will be ensured.

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ProMinent at ACHEMA 2018: Orlita® Evolution range of process pumps

At this year’s ACHEMA in Frankfurt, June 11 to 15, 2018, ProMinent will present the extended product range of the Orlita® Evolution series at its stand J94 in hall 8. The Evolution 1 to 4 ranges, which were previously only available with a stainless steel metering unit, can now also be equipped with metering units made of PVC and PVDF.

This extends the potential applications of the pumps, while at the same time reducing costs – particularly for applications with aggressive media. In addition to this, ProMinent added the rugged and precise EP1 and EP2 piston metering pumps to their line of hydraulic diaphragm metering pumps.

All Evolution versions with stainless steel and plastic metering unit, as well as those with a piston dispensing head, have a modular structure. They can be flexibly designed as single-pump or multi-pump versions. With multi-pump systems, up to four metering units can be combined, including units with different delivery capacities. The special feature is the position-independent arrangement of the drives – with both vertical and horizontal installation possible. Seven freely selectable and different gear reductions provide maximum flexibility. The high-performance plunger metering pumps Orlita® Evolution EP1 and EP2 enables precise pump capacities even at maximum pressure and temperatures of up to + 200 °C.

Greater profitability

A key advantage of the new plastic metering units made of PVC and PVDF is their high resistance to aggressive chemicals. When equipped with these, the Orlita® Evolution is an affordable alternative to pumps with dispensing heads made of resistant materials, such as Hastelloy. Until now, these highly corrosion-resistant nickel alloys needed a high molybdenum content, as they are also resistant to aggressive media.

Ultimate safety

As extremely robust hydraulic diaphragm metering pumps, the Orlita® Evolution models meet the strictest safety requirements. Among other things, they excel through their PTFE multi-layer safety diaphragm with integrated diaphragm rupture warning/indicator, as well as their diaphragm position control. All pumps are designed in accordance with API 675. With a large variety of drive versions, use in Ex Zone 1 and Zone 2 is even permitted with ATEX approval.

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ProMinent at ACHEMA 2018: Extended Connectivity

At this year’s ACHEMA, intelligent solutions for digital fluid management play the leading role at the ProMinent stand J94 in Hall 8. The core topic “Extended Connectivity” covers numerous, further developed products and solutions.

Optimised systems accommodate Process 4.0: they minimise the consumption of raw materials used, operating errors, and down times. At the same time, the customer service is improved through networking, transparency, and automation, and the timely delivery, maintenance, and repairs on site are ensured.
The product innovations include the new diaphragm metering pumps gamma/ XL and Sigma/ X, the new Orlita Evolution with plastic metering unit, the plunger metering pump Evolution, and the hydraulic diaphragm metering pump Hydro 4 for a pump capacity of up to 200 l/h at 40 bar.
Additional highlights, integrated in a cooling water treatment, will also be presented at the ACHEMA stand J94 in Hall 8: The new controller Aegis II, the DACb controller with new conductivity and oxygen sensors, and the new ozone generation system OZONFILT OZVb as well the chlorine dioxide system CDLb.
With DULCOnneX, its intelligent solution for digital fluid management, the manufacturer from Heidelberg digitally links all components of the system – metering pumps, controllers, and sensors. All required information is available for optimal system control and ensures fault-free processes at all times.

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Reliable even at high operating pressures

The GEMÜ 790 ball valve series stands out thanks to its compact yet robust design. At the same time, it is suitable for use up to a pressure rating of PN125.

Ball valves can be used in a wide variety of applications in industrial processes, and in water supply and water treatment systems in particular. One of the most efficient filtration procedures in water treatment is reverse osmosis. During this procedure, the unclean water is pressed through a semi-permeable diaphragm at high pressure. This filters unwanted substances out of the water. The differing electrolyte loads of the raw water fundamentally determine the treatment process with regard to the water quality that must be achieved. The higher the concentration of electrolytes, the higher the pressure must be in the system. Thus, the operating pressure range for ball valves in industrial waste water treatment, for example, is 60 to 70 bar; by contrast, it is between 60 to 80 bar for sea water. A ball valve which is installed in the raw water supply or clean water drain outlet must be able to sustain these demanding operating parameters in order to ensure a safe process sequence.

High operational safety due to low maintenance engineering

The highly polished and precisely manufactured GEMÜ 790 series ball fits snugly and air-tightly into the internal seal contour. A discharge slit in the seal ensures pressure relief in the valve flow. This not only reduces the seat wear but also lowers the actuating torque required to rotate the ball. This enables both cost-effective and energy-efficient system operation. The additional pressure relief hole in the ball enables pressure compensation, preventing a potential failure due to an internal build-up of pressure. Blow-out protection in the shaft ensures maximum operational safety. The antistatic device provides a permanently conductive connection between the ball and the shaft. A tongue-and-groove-style connection between the shaft and the valve body enables full earthing of the ball valve during installation in the system. This also ensures that it is safe for use in ATEX areas.

The stainless steel ball valves of the GEMÜ 790 series are designed to enable quick and easy servicing of internal wearing parts at all times. The generous valve neck extension has a top flange in accordance with EN ISO 5211. This standardized interface enables the user to fit the ball valve with various different actuators. The solid design of the body with an additional enclosed body seal enables use at pressures up to 137 bar as well as in vacuum applications. Depending on customer requirements, the ball valves are available with full or with reduced through flow.

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Jenoptik Showcasing Numerous New Products at Photonics West

Following a surge in demand over the past two years, Jenoptik’s Optical Systems division will cater especially to laser material processing market with a host of new and improved products in 2018.

At the world’s leading trade fair for the photonics industry, Jenoptik will be presenting its solutions for the global megatrends digital world, healthcare and industry 4.0. Visit us from January 30th to February 1st at SPIE Photonics West 2018 at the Moscone Center, South Hall, booth #1023.

Jenoptik will also be exhibiting at SPIE BiOS 2018 on January 27th to 28th in the Moscone Center, West Hall, booth #8513.

Four new completely fused silica F-Theta objective lenses, a fused silica beam expander for high-power laser applications, and three new standard F-Theta lenses will be ready to go into production from January 2018.

The new designs boast improved VIS performance for visual monitoring of the manufacturing process in a range of 1030 to 1080 nanometers. In the 500 –680 nanometer range, lens transmission measures over 85 percent and enables direct process monitoring through a simple combination of image sensor and filter.

With a coating for 900 to 1100 nanometers instead of the previous 1030 to 1080 nanometers, the new SilverlineTM lenses for the NIR range are especially suitable for the broader spectra that are typical of diode lasers.

Tim Baldsiefen, Head of Optical Design at Jenoptik Optical Systems is convinced that Jenoptik’s significantly expanded portfolio will meet the growing market requirements. "We now have ideal lenses for the most common applications and these lenses are precisely tailored to the specific process characteristics in production. This enables our customers to respond flexibly to production changes."

New motorized beam expander simplifies production steps in laser material processing

The motorized beam expander 1x-8x marks a move by Jenoptik to adapt its portfolio to the market requirements of industry and to focus mainly on the critical parameters of time, quality, and ease of handling.

The new beam expander is offered for wavelengths of 355 or 1030–1080 nanometers. The expansion can be continuously adjusted from 1x to 8x using software commands. In the manufacturing process, changing the expansion of the beam changes its spot size on the workpiece.

The beam can be adjusted to the optimum spot size during the ongoing manufacturing process, resulting in significantly higher quality and productivity for the user. The divergence of the laser beam can be precisely adjusted to achieve tolerance compensation in the entire system, for example to compensate for thermal effects. Controlling the divergence also makes it possible to change the position of the working plane, for instance for 3D processing. Both features – automatic magnification and focusing – help to reduce setup times.

Thanks to an innovative frame concept the construction of the beam expanders is extremely compact and robust. The lenses do not rotate during focusing or magnification but are moved within a linear guide, resulting in excellent beam stability and constantly high quality.

The optical system is designed in such a way that a diffraction-limited image quality is achieved across the entire expansion range. The optimized coatings ensure the highest transmission and minimal thermal effects in wavelength ranges of 355 and 1030–1080 nanometers.

The motorized beam expander is a perfect match for Jenoptik’s F-theta lenses and can be used in a large number of beam guidance systems. It is used in the production of microstructures and for the marking and labeling of different materials. It can be easily integrated into any system using the appropriate software interfaces.

New hyperspectral lens with adjustable iris diaphragm to improve the performance of SWIR and hyperspectral cameras

The Jenoptik 25 mm f/2, 400–1700 nm hyperspectral lens maximizes the performance of many popular SWIR (shortwave infrared) and hyperspectral cameras. A broad spectral range of 400–1700 nanometers combined with an adjustable diaphragm makes the new lens very versatile.

The standard product lens will enhance image processing across medicine, industrial inspection, surveillance, and law enforcement applications.

Jenoptik develops enhanced Diffractive Optical Elements (DOEs)

Following the successful market introduction of the efficiency-enhanced Pulse Compression Gratings e2® in 2016, Jenoptik continues to pave the way to performance enhanced diffractive microoptical elements to be used in industrial applications.

The combination of thorough design and state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies, assures tailor-made control of light behavior through diffractive nanostructures. Decades of experience and dedicated know-how in micro-optics, support the customer to find his tailor-made diffractive solution.

In addition to structured light for inspection, augmented reality and biomedical applications, laser material processing is one of the main application field for the improved DOEs. Thanks to high uniformity, precise control of the diffraction orders, reduction of the zeroth diffraction order, Jenoptik´s beam shaper/ splitter are key elements to boost processes such as welding, dicing, ablating and drilling.

Jenoptik extensive technologies portfolio enables the production of customized DOEs in small to high volumes, from UV to IR and from low to high power applications.

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Diaphragm seal systems with process transmitters: Replacement service optimises the benefit

Operators of diaphragm seal systems with mounted process transmitters can now take advantage of a replacement service. WIKA has put together a service package with which the long-term benefit and the overall costs of such a measuring assembly can be optimised.

Diaphragm seal systems often operate under extreme conditions. In the event of a failure of the system, however, in many cases it is enough to replace only the mounted diaphragm seal and to continue using the process transmitter. As part of the replacement service, WIKA takes the measuring system apart, checks and certifies the functionality of the process transmitter and replaces the mounted diaphragm seal with an equivalent one. Then a calibration of the new diaphragm seal system is made. If necessary, the mounting and the system fill fluid will be optimised and also new material test certificates issued.

With the replacement service, the process transmitter can be fully utilised over its entire service life. Preventive exchange of the diaphragm seal at planned shut-downs further reduces plant downtime. In order to offer this new service worldwide, and as close to customers as possible, WIKA will install service centres in the respective subsidiaries.

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