HMA Flow & Industrial
HMA Flow & Industrial Valve Installations
The Memory-Flex™ disc and Disc Accelerator™ are the only moving parts; there is no packing, mechanical hinges, pivot pins or bearings to wear out or rag. Furthermore, the one-piece precision moulded disc is backed by a 25 year warranty for the flex portion of the disc to give operators confidence in the long term performance […]
The sheet was cut to size and fitted as a lining on a diversion chute coming off of a conveyor carrying dry mix cement (cement powder and sand mixed with 10 to 14mm aggregate) in to a hopper. The conveyor feeds two hoppers with half the product going to each hopper.
The greater Brisbane Council region has a large network of pressure reducing valves. All of these are telemetry directed and flow modulated. Put simply they turn the system’s pressure down when demand is low and turn it up when demand is high.
QUU utilise a flow/pressure modulation system management model whereby domestic and commercial water supply reticulation system pressure is increased with a respective increase in system flow demand and conversely pressure is decreased with a decrease in flow demand. This effectively negates pipe friction effects and delivers a relatively constant system pressure independent of flow demand.
HMA Wear Solutions has collaborated with design engineering company Lycopodium on the ceramic piping specification for the Cobre Panama project by First Quantum Minerals Ltd. of Canada. This $6.3 billion copper project is anticipated to be one of the few new ‘red metal’ mines to enter production by the end of the decade.
HMA Ceramic Lined Butterfly Valves are the product of a synergy that combines the industry experience and technical knowledge of both the Flow & Industrial and Wear Solutions divisions. The objective was to create a something with the functionality and footprint of a standard butterfly valve but with the superior life expectancy of ceramic lined pipework while ensuring the solution remained cost effective for our clients.