Super Industrial Lining Private Limited
Super Industrial Lining Private Limited
padra, Vadodara, Gujarat
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Key Highlights

  • We are part of Super Group of Companies having total turnover of INR 80 + Crores (US$ 20 + Millions)
  • An ISO 9001:2008 certified company, approved all manufacturing process by IE DuPont and member of DIPPIN, also approved from technical development committee
  • Having well facilitate manufacturing Unit as per International Standards over 40,000 Sq. Meter at Dabhasa (Padra) 25 Kms away from Baroda city in Gujarat state of India
  • We process PTFE/PFA/FEP/PVDF/PP/HDPE polymers under one roof, the only company in India to have all polymers processing facility
  • We do manufacture Lined Pipes and fittings from 1" (25NB) to 24"(600NB) in PTFE/PFA/FEP/PVDF/PP/HDPE, Lined Valves from 1" to 8", Antistatic Lined piping systems, and Vessels/Columns in sheet lining of any size and length
  • Having major plant capacity to assure timely delivery of material
  • India's only fluro polymer processing company to have in house computerized type test facility, our all products are type tested and approved by third party as per ASTM F1545-2003
  • Prompt customers service and high level customer satisfaction which given us boost to reach for maximum market share for our companies like as M/s. Super Scientific Works Pvt. Ltd for industrial glass products
  • Having in house Lab facility as per international standard for all testing to carry out from incoming raw material up to finished goods
  • We have our market presence and clientele database all over India, Middle East, Far East and European countries

Plant Capacity

  • Plant Area 40,000 Sq. Meter
  • Lined Pipes Capacity = 30,000 - 35,000 per annum
  • Lined Fittings Capacity = 20,000 - 25,000 per annum
  • Lined Valve Capacity = 15,000 - 18,000 per annum

Product Testing Standards

  • All Products are tested as per ASTM F 1545-2003
  • Visual Test: Air Voids, Lining Surface, Impurities
  • Hydro Test: As per ASTM F 1545 at 29.8 kg/ Cm2 Lined Pipes and Fittings, Valves as per API 598
  • Electrostatic Test: As per ASTM F 1545 AT 10 KV
  • Vacuum Test as per client requirement
  • Type Test Facility-All Test Facility In-house as per ASTM 1545 and Liner Testing as per ASTM D 638, D792

Packing

  • Paint: Two Coats of Red oxide or as specified by customer on additional cost
  • Both ends of product covered by wooden or plastic hand covers for protecting the flaring surface
  • Bubble sheet packing for protecting painting surface in transportation

Our Equipments

Process:

  • Super Industrial Lining Private Limited use Paste Extrusion Method for PTFE Pipe Liners and for Fittings and Valves use Injection Molding Process

Paste Extrusion Process:

  • For Paste Extrusion SILPL has Climate Controlled Mixing Plant for cold Conditioning of PTFE and Its Subsequent Mixing with Hyrdocarbon Liquid
  • After a Period of Warm Conditioning of 48 Hours the material is used for Extrusion
  • In paste Extrusion process a Billet is formed then it is loaded into the Extruder
  • Die are Used for Extruding the PTFE Liners under Pressure with the Help of Supporting Plates
  • These PTFE Liners are Then Loaded into the Oven for sintering for a cycle of 16 Hours
  • We have the capacity of making PTFE Liners from 25 NB to 600 NB
  • Maximum Length we can Extrude of 6 Meter Length till 200 NB PTFE Pipe and above that 3 Meter

Injection Molding Process:

  • In Injection Molding Fittings is Thoroughly Cleaned with the help of Wet Blasting Machine
  • Then Fittings are put into Oven along with the Metal Die and are heated at temperature around 350 Degree Celsius
  • Then the Fittings are Injection Molded with PFA, FEP and PP
  • These Fittings are Properly Machined in the Machine shop for Better Surface Finish and Visibility

Our Materials

There are various types of fluoropolymers used for Lining:


  • PTFE
  • PFA
  • FEP
  • PP
  • PVDF

 

Flouorpolymer or Flouroplastic is defined as a polymer consisting of carbon (C) and Fluorine (F). They are also referred as Perflouropolymers to distinguish from partially fluorinated polymers, flouoroelastomers, and other polymers that contain fluorine in their chemical structure. An Example of linear Flouropolymer is tetrafluoroethylene (PTFE).

 

The Basic Properties of fluoropolymers arise from the atomic structure of fluorine, carbon and their covalent bonding in specific chemical structures. These properties are weakened as the chemical structure become less perfluorinated as in polyvinylidene fluoride. PTFE Backbone is formed by carbon-carbon bonds and carbon-fluorine bonds.

 

The Size of the fluorine atom allows the formation of uniform and continuous sheath around the carbon-carbon bonds and protects them from attack, thus imparting chemical resistance and stability to molecule. The Fluorine sheath is also responsible for low surface energy and low coefficient of friction. Another attribute of the uniform fluorine sheath is the electrical inertness of the PTFE Molecule.

Traceability & Testing

  • Visual and Dimensional Testing
  • PTFE Testing
  • Hard Stamping
  • Electrostatic Test
  • Hydro Test

Basic Information

Fluoropolymers are used in the chemical processing industry principally for outstanding resistance to almost all chemicals their ability to withstand high temperatures also plays an important part in their functional role. The low mechanical Properties and high permeation rates of fluoropolymers at high temperature limit their use of linings to about 175 Degree Celsius, although they remain chemical inert up to 260 Degree Celsius.

 

Selection of polymers is an integral part of the overall material selection process. This implies that all the available material such as metals, ceramics and plastics are considered candidates for an application. The end user then considers these materials against established criteria such as required life, mean time between inspection, ease of fabrication, frequency of inspection, extent of maintenance and capital cost.

 

More often than not it is the initial capital cost rather than life cycle cost of the equipment that affects the decision made during the material selection step. However the most important piece of data in the medium under consideration over the life of the equipment.

Fluoropolymers

PTFE is marketed under the trade name of Teflon by DuPont It is a fully fluorinated thermoplastic having the following formula:


  • PTFE has an operating temperature range of from K208F to C4308C (K29 Degree C to C212 Degree C)
  • This temperature range is based on the physical and mechanical properties of PTFE
  • When handling aggressive chemicals, it may be necessary to reduce the upper temperature limit
  • PTFE is unique in its corrosion resistance properties
  • It is virtually inert in the presence of most materials
  • There are very few chemicals that will attack PTFE at normal use temperatures
  • Among materials that will attack PTFE are the most violent oxidizing and reducing agents known
  • Elemental sodium removes fluorine from the molecule
  • The other alkali metals (potassium, lithium, etc.) act in a similar manner
  • Fluorine and related compounds (e.g., chlorine trifluoride) are absorbed into PTFE resin to such a degree that the mixture becomes sensitive to a source of ignition such as impact
  • These potent oxidizers should be only handled with great care and recognition of the potential hazards
  • The handling of 80% sodium hydroxide, aluminum chloride, ammonia, and certain amines at high temperatures have the same effect as elemental sodium
  • Slow oxidation attack can be produced by 70% nitric acid under pressure at 4808F (2508C)
  • PTFE has excellent weathering properties and is not degraded by UV light
  • Applications for PTFE extend from exotic space-age usages to molded parts and wire and cable insulation to consumer use as a coating for cookware
  • One of PTFE's largest uses is for corrosion protection
  • Including linings for tanks and piping
  • Applications in the automotive industry take advantage of the low surface friction and chemical stability using it in seals and rings for transmission and power steering systems and in seals for shafts, compressors and shock absorbers

Pipe Size and Schedule

ASTM Scheduled Sizes - Dimensions and Weight.

Flange and Pipe Dimensions

Flange and Pipe Dimensions
   
Flange and Pipe Dimensions.

Note:
 *ID As Per Seamless Carbon Steel Pipe OD
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Reach Us
Shashank Sharma (Vice President)
No. 1401- A & B, Luna Patiya Mahali Talav, Dabhasa, Padra- Jambusar Road
Vadodara- 391440, Gujarat, India



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