Fluid handling requires a lot of equipment and pumps. As fluids cannot be moved in the way solids can be, there needs to be a lot of control on their movements. You must chart the path for a fluid to move or otherwise they can move in directions you don't want them to go. Wherever liquids need to be raised to a higher level, pumps come into use. Liquids also require a network of pipes to move from one place to another.
Because of the number of processes that are involved in the movement of fluids, they are taken as a separate subject. Fluid handling can be done by experts who are qualified in the subject. As different liquids need different treatments it is essential for professionally trained people to handle fluid movement.
Protect Your Pumps and Liquid from Pressure Variations
When a liquid moves through diaphragm pumps there are bound to pressure variations. There are points in a pump where no outside pressure is supplied. Here the pressure drops. The pressure variations that result in these pumps can cause a variety of side-effects in the movement of the liquid.
When there are pressure variations many liquids tend to foam up. This is not desirable when the liquid is moving. In many cases the liquid splashes due to the pressure difference. There are also shocks felt in the equipment and container which carry the liquid. Pulsation of the liquid is another result of a pressure drop.
The best solution to avoid these undesirable effects is to fix a pulsation dampener in the system. These help to reduce the vibrations during pumping of the liquid. They can be operated without human intervention. Some of the models protect your system from pressure spikes. These systems help in the smooth flow of liquid and protect regulators, sensors, and solenoids.
Your Piping and Downstream Instruments Need Protection Too
Your pipe and other sensitive instruments in the path of flow of the liquid need protection from sudden pressure increase. They could be totally destroyed if there is a spike in pressure. There are places with regular fluctuation of pressure. In these places, you must have a pressure regulator in the network to protect the fixtures and appliances. The pressure regulators can be set to the desired pressure which is the maximum for the system.
Whether it is water or other fluids, there is a requirement to control their flow. Unlike solids, fluids don’t stay in one place and have a tendency to flow on their own. This means that their flow needs to be controlled using various methods to achieve our purpose. Liquids are used for various purposes in various places. Water is one fluid that is used in many places for a lot of purposes. The flow and direction of water need to be regulated so that the purpose can be served. For this, there is a need for various kinds of pipes and valves. It is not a layman’s subject to rightly assess the requirements of these fittings and use them aptly.
Watercare Products Pte. Ltd. is a company specialized in the manufacture of various products that regulate and facilitate the flow of fluids. We supply products to store and handle fluids of all types. We supply many products that are useful in a variety of industries. We are committed to ensuring that we supply only products of the highest quality. We wish to become the leaders in the supply of these products by our excellent service to the customers. We have people who are qualified to assess and advise the use of various products for different industries. Our expertise can help many industries in rightly handling the fluids and avoid wastage and damage.
We supply high-quality pressure relief valve to the chemical industries. We supply these valves in different configurations as per the requirement. We offer various models for use in different industries. These are all sturdily built to resist any breakage due to pressure. These valves help to maintain pressure in a system. The valves prevent the development of excessive pressure at the end of the line, preventing damage to the reservoir which receives the liquid. They are also used as back pressure valves to maintain upstream pressure.
A check valve is required to stop reverse flow. In many cases, the liquid is likely to flow in the reverse direction if it faces an obstruction in the direction of its flow. A check valve will prevent the reverse flow thus preventing the build-up of pressure in the reverse direction. Watercare Products supplies both diaphragm and ball type check valves.