Walther Pilot Material Pressure Tanks
Through Sealpump Engineering Limited’s sister company Spray Direct @ Sealpump Limited, we are able to offer the Walther Pilot Gmbh range of material pressure tanks. Walther Pilot is a leading German manufacturer of spray coating systems, including spray guns, material pressure tanks, spray systems and spray booths. We supply these tanks for general material transfer systems and also for use in our customer-designed spray systems
Walther Pilot material pressure tanks meet the highest demand in terms of quality and product safety. The conformity assessment procedure chosen by Walther Pilot ensures that we can react to special requests with a high level of flexibility. The tanks are certified to manufacture according to the US ASME code as well as Chinese regulations.
The pressure tanks (MDG) for materials and the paint mixing tanks (FMB) are standard units, available optionally in galvanised steel or stainless steel (alloy 1.4301).
If desired you can also obtain these in any of a variety of materials (unfinished, primed, or painted steel) and coated with the widest assortment of materials.
Of course, customer-specific solutions can also be supplied. Examples are tanks with an external heating jacket and insulation, double-walled containers for heating or cooling (optionally with a thread-mount heater or prepared for an external temperature control unit), and optical and electrical fill level sensors.
Also available are air-driven and electric agitators with a number of power levels and speeds, including those which are speed-controlled and certified as per the ATEX directive. New to the line are the modular tanks for your own configuration. Our low-pressure tanks (LDG) are also available for conventional applications. These feature low weight and swing-bolt fasteners.
At Sealpump, we use these high quality pressure tanks as a key component in our range of automated spray systems for fluid delivery, as pressure tanks are ideally suited for providing pulsation-free material supply, and can therefore be used in many applications where the material is being sprayed. However, they can also be used for many, many applications with different materials as a way of moving liquids to different areas of production or process lines without a spray application.
They can be used to maintain a liquid’s temperature, both hot and cold, and also to keep sensitive materials moving or agitated.