Pickling process is a metal surface treatment used to remove impurities, such as stains, inorganic contaminants, rust or scale from Ferrous Metals, Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper and Aluminium alloys. A solution called pickle liquor, which usually contains acid, is used to remove the surface impurities. It is commonly used to descale or clean steel in various steel making processes.
Myrangoli™Offers Inline Pickling & Batch Pickling Tanks for steel industries
Tanks accompanied by Water or Acid Curtain System, Circulation Pump, Piping, Side–Light Glass, Heating-Cooling Element, Hood, Scrubber, Centrifugal Exhaust Fan (Blower), Ducting network, Stack (Chimney) and Level Indicator Assembly. These tanks are manufactured from Dual Laminates thermoplastics liner PP./FRP. Polypropylene + Fibreglass reinforced composite Plastic. PPH./FRP. Polypropylene Heat stabilized + Fibreglass reinforced composite Plastic or FRP. Fibreglass reinforced composite Plastic & GRP. Glassfibre reinforced composite Plastic.
Features Of Our Pickling Tanks
• Custom made design
• Tank available up to 60 MTR length in any Width & Depth
• Excellent chemical resistance
• 100% leak proof
• Expected life of tank up to 40 years
• Environment friendly fume extraction design, avoiding corrosion of steel construction cranes and roof structure.
• Corrosion free work place.
• Pickling plant meets stringent environmental conditions and work to the principle.
Dual Laminate PP./FRP. Pickling Tanks Versus Only Thermoplastics (PP., HDPE.) Pickling Tanks.
Thermoplastics have been known for their excellent chemical resistance for over 50 years. However, their relatively weak mechanical properties make design of large tanks very difficult. Dual laminate construction combines the superior chemical resistance of thermoplastics with the greater mechanical strength and flexibility of Fibreglass reinforced composite Plastic. (FRP.) The liner is thermoformed and welded and then FRP is chemically or mechanically bonded to it the added cost of this type of construction is often justified by greater service life, lower maintenance costs, and higher process productivity.