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Air Release System For Gear Oils Used In Girth Gear Of Tube Mills

Product Details:

Brand ARTGGLN
Model Number ARTGGLN1
Place of Origin Tamil Nadu India
Production Capacity 10 Piece/Pieces per Year  Per 
Packaging Details The Air release system is tailor made to suit the available space, and as such the dimensions will vary, while the design remaining the same. All the fabricated components will be numbered and matched for easy identification and assembly of the air-release system at site. The cone impellar, coupling and the Motor will be separately packed. All precautions will be taken while packing the items that go for the Air release system.
Keywords Other Machinery, Air Release System For Gear Oils Used In Girth Gear Of Tube Mills, ARTGGLN, Rotor Support Retrofit Specialists, India
Category Machinery > Other Machinery 
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Detailed Product Description


  Air treatment plant for lubricant

Specially designed Air treatment plant for oil, which accelerates the air release time of tiny air bubbles in suspension, and maintains a constant supply of air-bubble free oil, in the pressure loop, of the lubrication scheme, is shown in Fig E. The aerated lubricant from reservoir(1), is drained into the air treatment plant(3).The vertical orientation of the plant, facilitates easy erection of the tank assembly, and quicker air release from the system, and occupies minimum floor space. The assembly consists of three tanks, positioned one over the other, as shown, with a bell mouth discharge for the aerated oil, and a conical stirrer as shown, for agitating the oil for quicker air rejection, through perforated and shaped baffles, as shown in the figure. These baffles, strain the air bubbles, and orient the oil flow. The inner cylindrical oil reservoir, containing air bubble-free lubricant, is connected to the lubricant handling pump (4).Lubricant is drained from reservoir (1) of Fig. C, and controlled through shut-off valve(2)of Fig. C, to the air treatment plant (3) of Fig. C, the details of which is separately given in Fig. E.Air bubble / foam-free oil, is then fed to the lubricant feed pump (4).The lubricant output pressure is regulated through shut-off valve (6), and pressure relief valve (5).The lubricant is further processed through a powerful magnetic filter (7.1), employing permanent magnets, which filters-off the metallic debris from the lubricant, while micro-pore strain filter cartridges (7.2) and (7.3), completes the filtration loop, thus ensuring air/ impurities free lubricant, to the supply line. Specially designed Air treatment plant for oil, which accelerates the air release time of tiny air bubbles in suspension, and maintains a constant supply of air-bubble free oil, in the pressure loop, of the lubrication scheme, is shown in Fig E. The aerated lubricant from reservoir(1), is drained into the air treatment plant(3).The vertical orientation of the plant, facilitates easy erection of the tank assembly, and quicker air release from the system, and occupies minimum floor space. The assembly consists of three tanks, positioned one over the other, as shown, with a bell mouth discharge for the aerated oil, and a conical stirrer as shown, for agitating the oil for quicker air rejection, through perforated and shaped baffles, as shown in the figure. These baffles, strain the air bubbles, and orient the oil flow. The inner cylindrical oil reservoir, containing air bubble-free lubricant, is connected to the lubricant handling pump (4).

Correct combination of bell mouth profile at the discharge end of the pipe,combination profile of the cone stirrer at the bottom, give opppurtunities for optimising the deaerating time required.Similarly correct finre pore size, for further straining the aerated lubricant, depends on the average air bubble size present in the aerated oil. As this size can be calculated for a given viscosity and rotational speed,fine sizing of micro pores can be determined.THe pore size should not be very small, as that may influence the Extreme pressure additives present in graded oils.

  



Air Release System For Gear Oils Used In Girth Gear Of Tube Mills

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