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Cast on Strap Machine (Farmer) Total Enclosure with Exhaust


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Cast on Strap Machine (Farmer) Total Enclosure with Exhaust

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Cast on Strap Machine (Farmer) Total Enclosure with Exhaust

Plan view of housing showing door for drossing lead pot, kettle, pig loading chute. Construction: sheet metal panels, removable for maintenance. Front view and side view showing access door with spring closure, hinged door for loading lead pigs, door for drossing lead pot and access door for burner maintenance and air inlet.

Design Criteria:

Q = 1,000 cfm + 400 cfm/ft2 opening to enclosure (Typically @ 8,000 cfm)

Size = To need

Vt ³ 4,000 fpm

he = 0.25 VPduct


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