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This topic contains 12 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  Fernando 5 years, 5 months ago.

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  • #4189

    Anonymous

    Which is the better product for bottom unheading devices? Delta valve, Z&J or Hahn and clay, all fully automated

  • #7576

    Anonymous

    Hello,
     
    You had asked about Coker Drum Un/De-heading. I represent Zimmermann & Jansen. We manufacture this type of equipment. Please contact our office in Germany. Contact name: Peter Viess, p.viess@zjtechnologies.de, +(49) 2421-691-104 (main: +(49) 2421-691-0)

  • #7568

    Anonymous

    We now have delta valves at our facility… They work great, one year so far with zero issues..
     
    Hahn and Clay heads were always a problem… They break down often and had maint done daily
     
    Thomas

  • #7477

    Anonymous

    How were the delta valves supported? Ive seen them being hung  with spring from above. Is this the norm.
    Thanks
    Nor
     

  • #7476

    If you can send  some email ; I can sent to you some information about the installation of these valves
     
    Best Regards

  • #7453

    Anonymous

    Could you please forward the info to luckydaval@yahoo.com?
    Thanks,

  • #7393

    Anonymous

    Please, could you forward the info to no_fate33@mixmail.com as well?
    I’d appreciate it.
     
    Many thanks.

  • #7392

    Bob Cruz
    Participant

    I know it’s being a long time since you offered it, but I’ll appreciate if you could mail me some information about these valves installation. Thanks.

  • #7390

    Which is your email?

  • #7382

    Lucas Revellon
    Participant

    Delta valve is better! let’s weight and easy to operate.

  • #4812

    Anonymous

    I have been using Swing Away of Hahn Clay with no problems!!! It requests maintenance like all the other valves but the cost is so much lower. There is a new system of Hahn & Clay called Chute Fixed that has no problems because the chute is fixed that means no movement of the drum and it doesnt use steam, and less maintenance because it doesnt have a lot of hydraulic parts like other valves.

  • #18838

    Paul R Orlowski
    Keymaster

    just checking the current status of the thread

  • #18839

    Fernando
    Keymaster

    Here is one more test of the thread.

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