Press Release Summary:
Suitable for curing rubber or plastic products and components, Vulcanizing Autoclaves feature integral RapidLoader™ cart to provide access for loading/unloading as well as RAPIDOORÂ® quick-actuating door that locks and unlocks in seconds. RapidLoader has variable speed motor drive capable of speeds near 30 fpm. Constructed of carbon steel, pressure vessels operate at full vacuum up to 150 psig at 350Â°F. Sizes range from 36–42 in. inner diameter and 24–30 ft vessel lengths.
Original Press Release:
WSF Industries Develops Vulcanizing Autoclave with Integral RapidLoader(TM) & RAPIDOOR® for High-speed Operation
WSF Industries, Inc., Buffalo, New York, announces the development of new vulcanizing autoclaves for curing rubber or plastic products and components. A major application is the vulcanizing of elastomeric coatings on stators used on downhole drilling tools for the petroleum hydraulic fracturing industry, according to the company.
The horizontal systems feature an integral RapidLoader™ cart to provide easy access for loading and unloading as well as a RAPIDOOR® quick-actuating door that locks and unlocks in seconds. The pressure vessels are constructed of carbon steel (other materials available) and operate at full vacuum up to 150 PSIG at 350°F (177°C).
The RapidLoader features a variable speed motor drive capable of speeds near 30 ft./min. (with other speeds available) WSF states. The vulcanizing control system features a free-standing control panel with variable speed motor drive and variable steam temperature/pressure control. It is capable of storing multiple vulcanizing cycle recipes with paperless recording and several available data acquisition options. Typical sizes range from 36-in. to 42-in. inner diameter and 24-ft. to 30-ft. vessel lengths.
For additional information, contact WSF Industries, Inc., P.O. Box 400, Buffalo, NY 14217. Phone: 716-692-4930. Fax: 716-692-4135. Toll-Free: 800-874-8265 Email: email@example.com. www.WSFindustries.com
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John Hettrick, CEO, WSF Industries, Inc..