Technology in Plastics
To prevent corrosion, protect against wear and promote sliding,as well as for ultra-pure media.
Linings and in-liners made from thermoplastics and ultra-pure fluoroplastics
Linings made from thermoplastics are used where metallic materials, rubber coatings or other coatings are no longer sufficient due to higher mechanical, chemical or temperature-related requirements, or in situations where ultra-pure media are to be transported.
Linings made from ultra-pure fluoroplastics withstand aggressive chemicals even at high temperatures in the chemical industry, the pharmaceutical or biochemical industry, the semi-conductor industry, the foodstuffs industry or environmental engineering. They withstand almost all chemicals, have high impact resistance and are suitable for temperatures of up to 260° C in constant or alternating use.
- Possible applications for linings made from sheet material laminated on one side, vacuum bonded and seal welded to metallic surfaces:
- Linings for centrifuges in the chemical industry with 2.3 mm FEP guarantee very high chemical and corrosion resistance and protect the
centrifuges against damage caused by solids
- Linings for steel pressure vessels with E-CTFE offer a cost-effective and reliable solution with a long service life, as an alternative to
highly corrosion-resistant metallic materials (nickel-based alloys).
- Possible applications for in-liners made from composite materials with glass fibre reinforced plastic (GFRP) as the supporting laminate:
- Storage tanks reinforced with GFRP with in-liners made from thermoplastic fluoroplastics for storing highly-aggressive liquid chemicals
- Multi-stage scrubbing columns made from PP / GFRP
- Ion exchangers made from PE / GFRP
- PE-HWU / PE-EL / PP / PVC
- PTFE / PVDF / E-CTFE / PFA / FEP / MFA
- Constructions reinforced with GFRP with in-liners made from thermoplastic (fluor-) plastics or GFRP coatings of metallic materials.Determination of the appropriate resins and fibres in line with the process specification.
Linings from bulk goods systems with the TIVAR® or QuickSilver® Systems
Operators of bulk goods systems expect their silos, hoppers, delivery lines and transport devices to provide a smooth flow of material with the lowest possible wear. This is where TIVAR® or QuickSilver® linings offer the ideal solution. They are characterised by their flow-promoting properties, wear-resistant surfaces and high impact strength. This prevents downtime caused by material deposits, arching, freezing on, funnel flow or corrosion.
Possible areas of use:
- Delivery, transport and processing of construction materials
- Processing and transport of hot asphalt
- Production and transport of chemicals
- Foodstuffs processing
- Prefabrication or "on site" assembly: Angenstein AG delivers and assembles the lining material in the manner appropriate for the system.
The following options are available:
- Lining of the system components and machines in the Angenstein AG workshops
- "On site" assembly carried out by our experienced fitters
- One-piece drop in-liners for self-assembly