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Plants, components and tanks made of thermoplastic materials

Detailed materials concepts and designs

The right materials for any application: we can advise you on the choice of materials and what is suitable for your specific application. Our product range includes all the most common thermoplastics such as polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF) and fully fluorinated thermoplastics. We make sure the design for your plant components is functional and right for you. Using modern CAD equipment and production methods, we can implement a solution to your needs from conception to final product.

Applications:

  • Chemical industry
  • Annealing/pickling and regeneration
  • Non-ferrous metals industry
  • Power supply industry
  • Galvanising industry
  • Metal refining
  • Gold and silver industries
  • Exhaust air technology
  • Waste water technology

Spraying surfaces and sieve baskets for FGD plants

To meet the great chemical, thermal and mechanical loads, STEULER-KCH manufactures large-scale nozzle arrays entirely from polypropylene. No further protection, such as that required for steel or glassfibre reinforced plastic, is needed. Because of polypropylene‘s smooth, anti-adhesive surface, there is no caking or incrustation. Any damage from media absorption or the formation of deposits can also be ruled out. In addition, polypropylene‘s high degree of resistance to wear and tear can also be clearly demonstrated using a variety of different tests.

Pickling tanks and plant

STEULER-KCH has been a specialist for building tanks, tubs and plant components out of thermoplastics for many years now, offering the construction of both round and rectangular tanks in any size and dimension. Construction is carried out on the basis of DVS 2205 and AD 2000 Leaflets.

Wet electrostatic filters

Wet electrostatic filters are used wherever aerosol/solid mixtures have to be separated out of emission gases with a high degree of effectiveness. Particularly for the separation of acid vapours, aerosols, fine particulates, resin vapours, paint vapours, oil mists and odours, the wet electrostatic filters in use today offer a high cost/benefit effect.

The primary area for using tube bundles from STEULER-KCH can be found in nonferrous metal works, power plants, waste incinerators and chemical plants. The advantages of STEULER-KCH‘s tube bundles are, on the one hand, their modular construction based on a flexible building-block system and the use of polypropylene (PP) tubing with specified properties and, on the other, a special grounding system that meets the highest safety and security standards.

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