Housings Corrosion Resistant Membrane Housings with ETFE Coating

Editor: Ahlam Rais

Extreme ph values, high concentrations of chlorides or both – Sommer & Strassburger Edelstahlanlagenbau’s Resi Line membrane housings combine the mechanical strength of stainless steel with the excellent corrosion resistance of fluorinated polymers.

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Resi Line membrane housings combine the mechanical strength of stainless steel with the excellent corrosion resistance of fluorinated polymers.
Resi Line membrane housings combine the mechanical strength of stainless steel with the excellent corrosion resistance of fluorinated polymers.
(Source: Sommer & Strassburger)

The unique rotational sinter lining creates a durable bond between stainless steel and the polymer coating. Therefore, Resi Line membrane housings are available in Frontport and Sideport configuration and can operate under vacuum.

Due to the highly corrosion resistant coating, high alloy steels or special materials are only required for the end flanges of the housings. This opens a wide range of applications where housings completely made in special materials cannot be used for economic reasons, states the firm.

The membrane housings are available in 4“ and 8“ with up to 4 membrane spaces and an operating pressure up to 100 bar. It also offers an operating temperature from -10 to +100 ° C. End flanges can be made in materials such as AISI 904L or Hastelloy.

The assessment can be carried out according to the European Pressure Equipment Directive DGRL 2014/68/EU, Cat. I to Cat. IV and one’s specifications. Other certifications (ASME, SELO, CRN) can also be done on request.

Sommer & Strassburger Anlagenbau & Co.

Hall 9.1, Stand D41

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