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Glens Falls, NY, United States

Patent
Andritz Group | Date: 2015-07-02

The invention relates to a centrifugal separator bowl (


Patent
Andritz Group | Date: 2015-07-02

The invention relates to an outlet nozzle assembly (


A mounting and support mechanism for a rotary feeder gear motor having an adjusting housing, wherein the adjusting housing includes a support flange adjacent the gear motor, a hollow adjusting housing and a support flange adjacent a stationary feeder end cover. Contained within the adjusting housing is a carrier extension wherein the carrier extension at one end encases a stationary bushing, the stationary bushing houses an adjusting shaft to provide movement of a rotor assembly axially, and at the opposite end the carrier extension connects to a bearing carrier mechanism.


Patent
Andritz Group | Date: 2015-07-16

An insert inlet tube assembly for a flash tank including a sidewall and an insert inlet port has been conceived, the insert inlet tube assembly may comprise: a tubular section configured to be inserted into the inlet port and fixed to the inlet port, and an insert outlet of the tubular section, and inserted into an inlet port of the chamber, wherein the insert inlet tube extends inward of the sidewall and the insert outlet has an elongated cross-sectional shape oriented substantially parallel to a center vertical axis of the flash tank and substantially perpendicular to a radial line of the flash tank, such that the insert outlet is substantially tangential to the sidewall.


A flash tank including: a closed interior chamber; a gas exhaust port coupled to an upper portion of the chamber; a liquid discharge port coupled to a lower portion of the chamber; an inlet nozzle attached to an inlet port of the chamber, wherein the inlet nozzle includes a flow passage, and a movable valve plate in the flow passage, wherein the valve plate has a first position which defines a first throat in the flow passage and a second position which defines a second throat having a smaller cross-sectional area than the first throat.

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