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Solutions for fluid handling and moving

Not all fluids are created equal, and so it is the case when it comes to moving and storing liquids. You can’t put sulfuric acid in a ceramic container, nor would it be wise to use copper pipes for sewage. Most liquids have one of two types of media that they can be stored in, or used to move, however, there are some instances where catastrophic consequences can occur if the wrong media is chosen. Here is a list of fluids and the type of media they should be stored in or by which they should be moved. Here is a guide:

Oil – glass, ceramic
Sewage – PVC, mild steel, ceramic, glass
Potable water – PVC pipes, ceramic, glass UDHD
Acids/H2S04 – PVDF
Alkalis – UDHD, PVC
Petrol – PVC pipes, glass, ceramic, UDHD
Mercury – glass, ceramic
Brake fluid - PVC
Paint - PVC
Chlorine - PVC
Machine lubricants - PVC
Slurry – concrete, PVC
Wet concrete – mild steel
Alcohol – PVC pipes, ceramic, glass, UDHD
ECO Gate - Electric Slide Damper
ECO Gate - Electric Slide Damper
Ezi-Duct
Modular Ducting
Modular Ducting
Ezi-Duct
Dust Collection System - ATG
Dust Collection System - ATG
Ezi-Duct
Dust Collection System - Benny's Joinery
Dust Collection System - Benny's Joinery
Ezi-Duct
Spray Booth - Force Access
Spray Booth - Force Access
Ezi-Duct
Dust Collection System - Ultraflex
Dust Collection System - Ultraflex
Ezi-Duct
Dust Collection System - KPD
Dust Collection System - KPD
Ezi-Duct
Intro to Ezi-Duct
Intro to Ezi-Duct
Ezi-Duct
Vehicle Exhaust Hose Reel
Vehicle Exhaust Hose Reel
Ezi-Duct
Dust Collection System - Emanuel Kitchens
Dust Collection System - Emanuel Kitchens
Ezi-Duct
Radcoflex Australia
Radcoflex Australia
RADCOFLEX Australia
Portavo - New portables for liquid analytics
The first portable devices with Memosens technology for measuring pH, conductivity and oxygen.
Alvi Technologies

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