Uniquely designed from high-quality compounds, the SATI Group Cleats, are resistant to the environmental and atmospheric agents. The cleats are resistant to abrasion and have a high abrasion load.
the Sati Cleats are designed with plenty of desirable features and will allow you to measure the actual resistance of any liquid with utmost precision.
There're many factors to consider when selecting your ideal flow cleat. In any case, your selection should be based on the viscosity of the liquid, and the amount of liquid. As we've seen above, the Sati Cleats are designed with plenty of desirable features and will allow you to measure the actual resistance of any liquid with utmost precision.
A typical Sati Cleat comes with a specified size and volume, with an overflow channel at the top and a hole of defined size at the bottom. Available in a gamut of designs, the cleats come with an extended range of orifice diameters to suit different viscosities. The choice of the flow cleats and the pitch of the same must be made based on size, dimensions and viscosity of the fluid in the cleat.
When measuring the resistance of a liquid, you have to stick to three basic rules:
- The length must be at least twice the size
- The width of the cup must be at least two and a half times the largest size
- It is necessary to know the inclination of the conveyor and the maximum size of the piece.
In the case of microscopic particulate matter, it is possible to optimize the flow bringing the pitch of the cups much closer together. Once all this is established, it is possible to measure the resistance with the choice of the most suitable cups.
The cups can be:
- Rubber with textile reinforcement
- Rubber base and polyurethane strip fixed with screws
* also sellable in bulk