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Information about the contactless rotary joint
- The contactless rotary joint is a representative of an expanded family of products based on a whole new concept differing from those offered on the market.
- This new concept enables a superior product in its own class.
- This new product will take its place on the market of OIM manufacturers, and it will exchange the already existing rotary joints.
- The safety in exploitation is based in the new concept of this product, in which there are no breakable parts, even if it comes to leakage it will be over some time and not at once.
- Because of its traits this product will bring clear advantages and prosperity to those that will own it.
Reasons why change the existing technology:
- In the application there are no limits to the usage of the contactless rotary joint regarding:
- Life limit (as there are no sliding surfaces)
- Application of the new product features:
- Less energy required for operation (see the energy saving diagram)
- There are no limits regarding the design
- High reliability in exploitation very important for paper industry
- Warranty of three years guaranteed
- Accurate planning for scheduled maintenance instead of breakdown elimination, because of the reliability of the product
- Cheaper maintenance of the product, practically none
- Energy savings in the exploitation of paper machines (see the energy saving diagram)
The Drying curve on a drying cylinder
The diagrams 1.0 and 2.0 show the drying curves for classical and contactless rotary joints. From these diagrams we can see the difference between the two types. The main differences are that with the contactless rotary joint the constant rate period of drying is shorter and the drop of the moisture content in the product is faster.
Energy saving diagram
The diagram 3.0 shows the energy saving with the use of the contactless rotary joint. As we see the initial energy consumption is constant for the contactless rotary joint, while it varies for the classical rotary joint.
The diagram 4.0 shows the wear/leakague correlation over the time period of three years. As we see the classical rotary joint will never achieve 100% sealing and due to wear it will gradually loose its ability to seal. Wit the use of the contactless rotary joint we have a constant level of sealing over a longer period of time.