|DN100||vol. 50Lt - 100Lt - 150Lt - more than 150Lt|
|DN150||vol. 50Lt - 100Lt - 150Lt - more than 150Lt|
Cannon with firing valve external to the tank.
The firing valve is equipped with a metal alloy obturator, ideal both for applications in high temperature areas and in the presence of corrosive and incandescent dusts.
Highly versatile modular product: the replacement of one or more components makes GOLEM adaptable to the most varied application needs, limiting the risk of product obsolescence and making it reusable over time even for applications other than the original one.
|ZF||[-10°C;+60°C]||room temperature areas|
|ZC||[-10°C;+100°C]||high temperature areas|
|HT||[-10C;+100°C]||high temperature areas Tmax=100°C subject to phenomena of direct thermal radiation and/or strong corrosion|
|HTP||[-10C;+100°C]||high temperature areas subject to high dust: working areas with Tmax=100°C, subject to direct thermal radiation, high corrosion and high environmental dust.|
Longer exit sector with the aim to protect the internal components from material entrance
Compact version specifically designed to be combined with our IANUS valve. IANUS allows to double the firing point using one single air cannon.
Winglet model in the exit sector necessary to increase the thermal dispersion plus maze obturator design able to capture the hot dusts.
SR19: Model equipped with independent CRONO SR19 trigger valve wired directly on the machine for remote operation of the air cannon without introducing pressure drops (maximum length of the supply pipe between the solenoid valve and CRONO SR19: 9 meters). The SR19 model is equipped with a cup obturator with a reinforced metal core; the obturator is available in NBR or VITON.
CR: CRONO firing device (mod. CR) integrated in the GOLEM valve body, characterized by the floating diaphragm NBR obturator FOM (patented)
CRKY: partialized firing trigger device consisting of the CRONO mod. CR firing trigger complete with KYOTO obturator for energy saving and control of the discharge power in PPI plant
The GOLEM is an anthropomorphic figure from Jewish mythology and medieval folklore.
The term derives from the Hebrew word "gelem" which means "raw material", "mass still without form".
According to the legend, whoever becomes aware of the Kabbalah (the set of esoteric teachings of rabbinic Judaism), and in particular of the powers linked to the names of God, can manufacture a golem, a strong and obedient clay giant, which can be used as a servant, employed for heavy work and as a defender.
Medium and large powers
Ideal for heavy and continuous exercises Applicable both in cold areas and in areas in temperatures subject to irradiation phenomena.