Industrial Dampers are the valves that are designed for managing gases at high temperatures (up to 800ºC) and low pressures (maximum 0.5 bar). The key applications cover power stations, co-generation plants, desulphurization plants, steel industry, cement factories, waste incineration plants, chemical plants, cellulose & paper industries and petrochemical plants playing one of the following works: regulating gas or air flow, re-routing the flow to other conduit system, or isolating an area of the conduit system for examination & repair.
These are units which function in facilities where there is a crucial risk for the environment, the installations functionality or the safety of workers. Therefore, it is essential to view the flow speed of gases as they go through the valves along with the head losses in dimensioning & design phases. Wrong dimensioning could create high tool speeds, vibrations, early wear, and pressure drops in the installation also. However in the best design states, the pressure drop of an entirely open damper will be very small, creating a low-level of energy consumption for the installations.
The very basic thing to keep in mind when selecting a air damper is: regulation & control functions as well as simply open & close functions. The second thing is to consider the requisite closing degree definition. The key standard of air dampers gives closing degrees of 97% & 99%. Also, the industrial air damper can be supplied with a closing system using a fan, making it fully air tight. This is for special cases where no gas leakage is allowed due to operations at extreme high temperatures, with toxic products or other specifications. There is a broad range of air dampers which covers the perfect requirements of of our customers.