Avenida da Republica, 1050-191 Lisboa, PORTUGAL.
Atlantic Plaster Finisher is suitable for all types of rough and fine plasters. This handy tool gives a perfect finish that is impossible to achieve with manual plastering work. It is provided with a set of discs and sponges, which enable it to carry out different operations and achieve various desired results
These are optimal mixing solutions for tanks, vessels and basins up to 1500 m3 with a single agitator. This is developed for double-track method of handling all mixing tasks: one hand a range of standardized mixers, on the other hand custom-cut configurations in order to cover a broad range of volumes, applications and industries.
Up to 180 m3 standard agitators that have been designed to fulfil common and recurring processes, originally within Industrial and Municipal Waste Water Industries, but now also for a large number of applications in other industries. These agitators are available in different materials of construction according to the products to be mixed and the environmental conditions: carbon steel, stainless steel, as well as different lining options (Polypropylene, Abcite, Halar (ECTFE) / PTFE, Ebonite, etc.).
From 180 m3 up to 1500 m3 to fulfil every kind of applications in Water Treatment Industries as well as a large number of applications in other industries . It consists of a range of standardized agitators able to fit tanks and basins with volumes from 180 m3 up to 1500 m3 with a single mixer. This covers an extensive range of sizes (the shaft can be up to 6 m in one piece, while the impeller diameter can reach 4 m) as well as motor powers (up to 45 kW).
An agitator is composed of a drive device i.e. motor, gear reducer, belts etc., guiding system of the shaft (lantern fitted with bearings), a shaft and impellers. If the operating conditions are under high pressure or high temperature, the agitator must be equipped with a sealing system to keep tightened the inside of the tank when the shaft is crossing it. If the shaft is long (> 10m), it can be guided by a bearing located in the bottom of the tank (bottom bearing).
This is designed to measure the flow rate at a convenient location between the grout pump and the point of injection. The ChemGrout flow meters are preconfigured to suit the customer's requirements for units of measure and flow ranges. This includes digital display, resettable totalizer, 4-20mA output signal and protective stand.
Grout packer refers to an active seal (inflatable), designed as a sealing system for the grouting operations on fixed platforms used in Oil & Gas and Renewable Energy projects. Thanks to the simple design concept, installation procedure and reliability the grout packer has a successful track record with major Jacket fabricators. The inflatable seal has up & down skirts that are squeezed into welded steel flanges inside the pile sleeve
Grout packers can be installed either in post or pre-piled piling operations.
Grout packers are designed according to the grout column & water depth. Inflation can be achieved using either air or water. A complete inflation kit is available for both sale & rental.
Robust and reliable seal between the ID of jacket leg (or skirt sleeve) and OD of the driven pile for a continuous single stage grouting operation to reduce construction barge time.
Grout packer refers to an active seal (inflatable), designed as a sealing system for the grouting operations on fixed platforms used in Oil & Gas and Renewable Energy projects.
Refractories vibrator gives a denser, more consistent, and more repeatable installation. Mechanization reduces the effect of different installers and by eliminating the need for spiking between layers, means less likelihood of lamination, and potential tearing the mica sheet, both of which can lead to metal penetration. Many sizes are available. Most models are adjustable to allow the use of a single vibrator for multiple furnace sizes.
Water metering is the process of measuring water use. A standard register normally has a dial similar to a clock, with gradations around the perimeter to indicate the measuring unit and the amount of water used, if less than the lowest digit in a display similar to the odometer wheels in a car, their sum being the total volume used. Modern registers are normally driven by a magnetic coupling between a magnet in the measuring chamber attached to the measuring element and another attached to the bottom of the register. Gears in the register convert the motion of the measuring element to the proper usage increment for display on the sweep hand and the odometer-style wheels. Many registers also have a leak detector. This is a small visible disk or hand that is geared closer to the rotation speed of the drive magnet, so that very small flows that would be visually undetectable on the regular sweep hand can be seen.
With Automatic Meter Reading, manufacturers have developed pulse or encoder registers to produce electronic output for radio transmitters, reading storage devices, and data logging devices. Pulse meters send a digital or analog electronic pulse to a recording device. Encoder registers have an electronic means permitting an external device to interrogate the register to obtain either the position of the wheels or a stored electronic reading. Frequent transmissions of consumption data can be used to give smart meter functionality.
There are also some specialized types of registers such as meters with an LCD instead of mechanical wheels, and registers to output data or pulses to a variety of recording and controller devices. For industrial applications, output is often 4-20 mA analog for recording or controlling different flow rates in addition to totalization.
Mud balance, also known as a mud scale is a device used to measure the density (weight) of drilling fluid, cement or any type of liquid or slurry.
It consists of a graduated beam with a bubble level and a weight slider along its length and a cup with a lid on one end. The cup is used to hold a fixed amount of fluid so it can be weighed. A slider-weight can be moved along the beam, and a bubble indicates when the beam is level. Density is read at the point where the slider-weight sits on the beam at level.
Calibration is done using a liquid of known density (often water) by adjusting the counter weight. Typical balances are not pressurized, but a pressurized mud balance operates in the same manner. Itís a device to measure density (weight) of mud, cement or other liquid or slurry. A mud balance consists of a fixed-volume mud cup with a lid on one end of a graduated beam and a counterweight on the other end. A slider-weight can be moved along the beam, and a bubble indicates when the beam is level. Density is read at the point where the slider-weight sits on the beam at level. Accuracy of mud weight should be within +/- 0.1 lbm / gal (+/- 0.01 g / cm3). A mud balance can calibrated with water or other liquid of known density by adjusting the counter weight. Most balances are not pressurized, but a pressurized mud balance operates in the same manner.
Drilling fluids and cement slurries often have a considerable amount of entrained or trapped air that may give erroneous results when determining fluid density using conventional equipment. This air volume may be reduced or eliminated by pressurizing the sample cup, which will then give more accurate density readings of the fluid itself.
The Pressurized Fluid Density Scale is similar to a standard mud balance a sample cup of known volume is balanced by a fixed counterweight at the opposite end of a balance beam. A sliding weight rider moves along the graduated scale and a level bubble on the beam indicates when the system is in balance. The position of the rider on the graduated scale indicates the density of the sample.
The Marsh funnel is a simple device for measuring viscosity by observing the time it takes a known volume of liquid to flow from a cone through a short tube. It is standardized for use by mud engineers to check the quality of drilling mud. Other cones with different geometries and orifice arrangements are called flow cones, but have the same operating principle.
In use, the funnel is held vertically with the end of the tube closed by a finger. The liquid to be measured is poured through the mesh to remove any particles which might block the tube. When the fluid level reaches the mesh, the amount inside will be equal to the rated volume. To take the measurement, the finger is released as a stop clock is started, and the liquid is allowed to run into a measuring container. The time in seconds is recorded as a measure of the viscosity. The term Marsh cone is also used in the concrete and oil industries.
This is used for determining the flow properties of mortars, grouts, muds and many other type of fluid materials. The apparatus comprises a metal stand supporting the stainless steel cone having inside dimensions of 150 mm inside upper dia. x 280 mm height. When fit with the 10 mm nozzle the total height is 350 mm. The apparatus, as prescribed by EN 445, is supplied complete with 150 mm dia. sieve 1.5 mm opening, 10 mm dia. nozzle with fitting bush and 1 liter cap cup. It can also be fit with other nozzles 8, 9, 11, and 13 mm int. dia. See accessories.
Atlantic offers the complete range of plastering accessories to support all your project requirements.
Flow measurement is the quantification of bulk fluid movement. Flow can be measured in a variety of ways. Positive-displacement flow meters accumulate a fixed volume of fluid and then count the number of times the volume is filled to measure flow. Other flow measurement methods rely on forces produced by the flowing stream as it overcomes a known constriction, to indirectly calculate flow. Flow may be measured by measuring the velocity of fluid over a known area.
¬© 2020 Atlantic. All rights reserved