These Vortex Pivoting Chute Diverters were designed with 316L stainless steel and will be used to handle potassium sulfate by an American minerals supplier.
The Vortex Seal Tite Diverter is used in gravity flow applications where dry bulk solid materials must be diverter from one source toward (in this case) three destinations.
A chemical plant sourced chainwheel operated Vortex Roller Gates to handle polymer. These gates are located 10-12 feet off the ground. A looped chain allows for the gates to be opened from the floor.
In this application, the customer specified Halar coating over other liner options due to past success with this product on chutes and other equipment they have in service.
These pneumatically actuated Vortex Titan Slide Gates feature blades and inlet liners that are constructed of abrasion-resistant steel (400 BHN) to address wear from industrial sand.
Aggregate Diverters are designed to handle abrasive materials in gravity applications. These diverters were part of a plant expansion that included Aggregate Gates, Roller Gates & Seal Tite Diverters.
Two identical Titan Lined Diverters will be used to divert product from a screw conveyor to a load out station for this new application at a grain elevator in The Netherlands.
The particle size of cement dust is between 10 and 100 microns. Due to the tiny size of these particles, dust can remain suspended in the air, increasing the chance of inhalation.