[HTL-F] discharge chute (flat type)


Is a discharge chute in which the plate thickness has been improved discharge resistance and washability in the thin and light.

○ the time of turn-on of the machine, it is hard flat structure that can accumulate powder inside.
○ PTFE resin packing, do not be incorporated into the contents were torn off.
○ for connection of the container and the chute is flat, you can discharge the contents to the end.
○ plate thickness for lightweight thin, is convenient to handle.
Since ○ and the gap between the curl portion by circumferential welding, does not accumulate powder-cleaning solution.

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​Product Specifications

Shoot dedicated division band ... SUS304

Dedicated packing ... PTFE

(Dedicated division band dedicated packing is sold separately.)

● Surface treatment: the inner and outer surfaces buffing

● use conditions: atmospheric pressure

Size is compatible with our stainless steel container.

Reference ​Dimensional Drawing


Fiber, there is a discharge chute for the resin drum [HTL-FD / PD].
can. The material has SUS316L. Discharge nozzle can be changed in size differences and other fittings.
Are you under pressure?
Pressure can not be. Please use the pressurized vessel.
I corrosion resistance of need ...
It can surface treatment of the fluorine resin coating.
The difference is that the hopper and conical?
Hopper is shaped like a funnel and funnel, conical seems to refer to a cone shape, but clearly determined not, both in our company is called the hopper.
Fiber, does it attached to the resin drum?
Fiber, there is a discharge chute for the resin drum [HTL-FD / PD].

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