IWAKI Systems – From developement to complete product
IWAKI Nordic offers over 400 complete standard solutions from the Systems department for safe handling of chemicals within the main areas of storage, transport and dosing.
The solutions are developed by IWAKI’s experienced Systems employees, and IWAKI handles the entire process in-house (product development, production and quality assurance).
- Easy, fast and safe for you as a customer
- Great solutions of the highest quality
- Configured to the chemistry you work with
Put another way: you save time and money and you get a solution that works.
Planning and developement
|Initial project discussions between Tommy Ipsen from the Systems Department and Bo Tønder (sales consultant for eastern part of Denmark)||Lars Nielsen in the process of creating 3D drawings for a process pump cabinet with an IWAKI mag-drive pump.|
Plastic welding and more
|IWAKI builds most of the system solutions in plastic. Here are parts for pump brackets.||The pump bracket ensures that the pump is stable and safe. The welding work is carried out by IWAKI’s certified plastic welders.|
|The pump bracket is welded to a back plate to be mounted inside a dosing cabinet.||Pipes and fittings are cleaned and glued together according to Georg Fischer standards and instructions. See the Georg Fischer website|
Mounting of pump, pipes, valves etc.
|Dosing pumps are mounted on pump brackets where they are stable and secure.||The piping is placed on the back plate and mounted.|
|Here the pipes are mounted for another variant with EWN dosing pumps.||The dosing cabinets are available in many standard variants and can also be supplied with different options.|
|The back plate (with pump and piping) is mounted in the dosing cabinet.||At the top of the dosing cabinet are two lifting eyes that can be used to safely raise and lower the cabinet.|
|The electrical work is carried out in accordance with standards.||Electric boxes are mounted depending on the nature of the task. In this case, it is for 4 dosing pumps.|
Testing and preparation
|The finished dosing cabinet is pressure tested and functionalities are tested.||The tubes are pressure tested with 1.5 x working pressure for a minimum of 30 minutes. In this example, pressure is tested at 10.5 bar.|
Packaging and shipping
|The system units are packaged securely so that they can easily handle the transport to the recipient. Often the units are delivered on euro pallets.||Here are two dosing cabinets (with one and two IX dosing pumps, respectively) ready for shipment.|