Dual inflatable packers offer the ability to isolate discreet segments of the wellbore during flow tests or stimulation/flow profile modification treatments. Inflation of the packers is accomplished by applying pressure through the coil-in-coil annulus. It eliminates the potential plugging of inflate ports with well debris. It also eliminates the potential of having the inner packer cavity filled with sour, corrosive, hydrocarbon or aromatic fluids. The pressure within the packers, as well as the external wellbore pressure is continuously monitored throughout the operation.
Magnetic conveyor is used to pick up materials at floor level and convey them at inclines up to 90 degrees. It is used to transport ferromagnetic containers such as canned goods. This can may be moved vertically, horizontally or rotated for orienting the product. The advantage of this conveyor is virtually noiseless. These magnetic conveyors have a conveyor with steel slats that passes between the magnet and the sugar stream, and the magnetic material is conveyed sideways & dumped. Thus the magnetic system is usually applied in magnetic conveyor for magnetic material handling.
Magnetic Coolant Filters are essential for capturing and removing ferrous metal chips and particles from water based coolants. These coolants are used in various grinding and rotary machine to separate ferrous contaminants and to obtain products free from any tramp iron materials. These coolant filters consists of stationary magnet with a continuous rotating outer drum shell.
Magnetic couplings are used to transmit rotational and/or linear motion without direct contact. Rotary couplings are principally used to eliminate the use of seals in rotating and reciprocating machines such as seal-less pumps and pistons. Use of magnetic couplers improves the reliability and safety aspects of such machines because seals are prone to deterioration over time and cause leaks. Linear and rotary magnetic couplings, and hybrids of the two, also find application in vacuum technology where position or motion must be transmitted across a vacuum barrier.