STAINLESS STEEL ANTI VORTEX ASSEMBLY
TECHNOSMITHS MANUFACTURE QUALITY STAINLESS STEEL ANTI-VORTEX ASSEMBLY. VORTEX INHIBITORS, ANTI VORTEX PLATES AND SYSTEMS VORTEX PREVENTION.
OUR STAINLESS STEEL ANTI VORTEX ASSEMBLY IS MANUFACTURED IN CERTIFIED GRADE 304 OR 316 AS MAY BE SPECIFIED BY THE CONSULTANTS. ALTERNATE IS OUR HOT DIP GALVANIZED ANTI VORTEX ASSEMBLE OR VORTEX INHIBITOR WHICH IS MANUFACTURED USING QUALITY ASTM A 36 STEEL AND GALVANIZING TO BS-729. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
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STAINLESS STEEL ANTI VORTEX ASSEMBLY or The Vortex Inhibitor is a specialized pipe fitting used to prevent initiation of a vortex within fire suction tank and air entrapment into the suction pipes. The Vortex Inhibitor is fitted to the port of suction pump inlet to eliminate Vortex formation inside the water tank and ensure continued suction. This ensures pump working at its maximum efficiency, greatly minimizing the air entrapment or cause cavitation. This allows the maximum possible draw down of the liquid’s surface level and ensures the largest flow rate transmission.
Lightweight and Robust Construction. Reliable performance with no maintenance required Suitable for suction lift or positive head condition Prevent air entrapment, forming of vortex and air entry to pump Improve pump efficiency and prevent potential damage Maximize tank’s effective water storage capacity Cost savings – Option for tank to be sized smaller Made from Galvanized Carbon Steel or Stainless steel Flange connection to BS 10 Table E
OUR ANTI VORTEX ASSEMBLY OR vortex inhibitor is widely used to chemical engineering, energy resource, and hydraulic engineering, especially employed in fire suction tanks. When put to use, where tanks are designed to deliver large, fast-flowing volumes of water, the vortex inhibitors play a vital role by preventing initiation of vortices within a tank and air being drawn into a system, which ultimately has the undesirable effect of reducing the flow rate. This allows full usage of net capacity, improving availability of (fire) tanks and reducing dead water area, to provide energy savings.