Damper Diverter

APPLICATIONS

Used in an industrial system to control the flow in a duct or chimney. To redirect gases to recirculation, to one or more filters, or similar.

Regulates and controls the volume of flue gases passing through the system, such as in a combustion furnace, heating plant, or smelting plant.

Suitable for clean gases as well as gases with a high particulate content. For temperature regulation and emission control. To optimize and ensure combustion. To meet environmental standards.

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

The most common method is to link the damper blades together and operate them with an actuator, but they can also be operated individually. Lockout air function is also possible. Robust and stable construction. A through-shaft where the blade is welded along the entire shaft and reinforced by blade stiffeners. No screwed parts in the duct that can cause problems over time. Can be built as S200 with ball bearings (in S235) on both sides or as S150 with plain bearings and a ball bearing.

    • Stainless steel stuffing box, ball bearings, and linkage between blades in S235 as standard.
    • The choice of materials for the housing, blades, and flanges depends on several factors, such as temperature, corrosive environments, or wear. Materials can be mixed, for example, different materials for the housing and blades.
    • Blade sealing available in materials like steel vs steel, PTFE, Fiberglass, Silicone, Viton, etc.
    • Flanges are manufactured according to your specifications or using our or other known standards in the market.
    • We design according to your needs, in almost all alloys.

Certification

APPLICATIONS

Used in an industrial system to control the flow in a duct or chimney. To redirect gases to recirculation, to one or more filters, or similar.

Regulates and controls the volume of flue gases passing through the system, such as in a combustion furnace, heating plant, or smelting plant.

Suitable for clean gases as well as gases with a high particulate content. For temperature regulation and emission control. To optimize and ensure combustion. To meet environmental standards.

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

The most common method is to link the damper blades together and operate them with an actuator, but they can also be operated individually. Lockout air function is also possible. Robust and stable construction. A through-shaft where the blade is welded along the entire shaft and reinforced by blade stiffeners. No screwed parts in the duct that can cause problems over time. Can be built as S200 with ball bearings (in S235) on both sides or as S150 with plain bearings and a ball bearing.

    • Stainless steel stuffing box, ball bearings, and linkage between blades in S235 as standard.
    • The choice of materials for the housing, blades, and flanges depends on several factors, such as temperature, corrosive environments, or wear. Materials can be mixed, for example, different materials for the housing and blades.
    • Blade sealing available in materials like steel vs steel, PTFE, Fiberglass, Silicone, Viton, etc.
    • Flanges are manufactured according to your specifications or using our or other known standards in the market.
    • We design according to your needs, in almost all alloys.

Additional information

Temperature

< 750°C

Size

DN250 – 2000

STP-files

Sales

Contact one of our sales representatives for more information about agitators. You can always consult us to get the right product in the right place.

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