According to the two pressure-levels at which our systems are working
- "tropic", "exotic" and "fogbooster" with 20 bar working pressure,
- Standard-High-Pressure systems with operating pressures above 60 bar
we offer two different types of pressure lines :
- for systems with 20 bar operating pressure hoses with nominal
pressure of 40 bar
- for high-pressure systems stainless steel piping with a nominal
pressure of 73 bar
Piping for pressures from 60 bar up
All piping systems will be designed and manufactured with
screw-type connectors which offer the advantage of easy and fast setup.
and extensions of existing pressure lines can be realized without problems. For special applications
or according to customer specifications we also deliver pressure lines in stainless steel
with welded nozzle mounts.
All Piping Systems will be designed and manufactured
to customer needs.
We are not hampered by a so-called "standard-program" of pre-fabricated pipe-lengths, nozzle-distances or nozzle-arrangements.
For our pipe-lines we use only high-grade, seamless stainless-steel
pipes with material specifications 1.4301 and 1.4306 with diameters 10 x 1 and 15 x 1.5 mm
for large feeders.
Wherever high pressure hoses are needed we use rubber hoses of pressure class
ND 205 bar with several textile layers and hydraulically mounted connectors.
between hoses and pipes we are using high-pressure couplings of our own design which can
be fastened and loosened without any tools.
All screw connectors ( Fittings, Tees, Crossings, Nuts,
Nibbles, etc ) are brass parts manufactured from Ms58-alloy which are designed with extra
safety-margins and for long life. For aggressive waters ( part- or fully de-salted ) we offer
nickel plated fittings. ( refer to remark )
Depending on the application profile various nozzle mounts
- screw-type or welded - can be ordered:
All piping lines will be mounted with rubberized, vibration-damping
clips or with water-resistant cords.
GUARANTEE for PLANTFOG-PIPING SYSTEMS AT LEAST 5
(if mounted by our personnel or certified by us)
Our experience with high-pressure fogging-systems - which now has a history of more than
20 years - has shown that the theoretical opinion that "fully desalted water will corrode
brass fittings" is simply not correct. If the system is designed and manufactured according
to the application profile no corrosion will take place. The fogging system of the Institute
for Pharmakognosis of the University of Vienna is running with fully desalted water ( W0
) for more than 8 years now and no leaking has occurred during this time....
we regard it as inappropriate to use expensive stainless steel fittings.