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Hot-galvanised pipework system for bulk goods

Jacob Rohrsysteme can now offer customers a new hot-galvanised pipework system, 3 mm wall-thickness, ex warehouse, which is specially designed for conveying bulk goods in outdoor areas.

This system has been developed in response to the particular requirements of customers in the grain processing industry, wherever a wall thickness of 3 mm is required and the products to be conveyed exhibit abrasive characteristics.
 
Jacob’s standard hot galvanised range includes 500, 1000 and 2000 mm lengths of straight pipes, segments, cone pieces, 45° forks, spouts from square to round, and inspection pieces.
 
Also included in the range is the hot galvanised two-way valve with manual operation or alternatively with drive.
 
The various components are series manufactured as an easy-to-install modular system, whereby tightly sealed connections can be made quickly and easily using galvanised pull-rings with sealant.
 
The hot galvanised pipes and fittings are available in the common diameters DN 200, 250, and 300 mm.
 
With a wall thickness of 3 mm, the pipe system is suitable for conveying abrasive bulk materials such pellets, grain, and other coarse-grained products, for example, but still remains easy to install.
 
Specific expertise
The Jacob modular pipework system (DN 60 - 800 mm standard diameters) is used worldwide in almost all areas of industry for the construction of bulk material conveyance systems and dust extraction or ventilation pipelines.
 
Many examples can be found in the food and luxury goods industry (coffee, cocoa, sugar, grain, tobacco, etc.), in concentrated feed production plants, in the packaging industry, the chemical, pharmaceutical and plastics industries (granulated material), in environmental engineering, recycling, automotive engineering, the chip industry, mechanical engineering, the paper industry and the construction materials industry.
 
Related website: Jacob Rohrsysteme
 
 
 

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