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Benefits of Standardization with BFM® fitting

Standardization is one advantage to switching over flexible connectors in your facility to BFM® fittings. There are many benefits to switching all of your flexible connectors such as safety, sanitation and efficiency. But something that maintenance may consider one of the main advantages of the BFM® fitting though? Standardization.

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Take a few minutes to watch this video. See how standardizing your plant with BFM® fitting will simplify your inventory and will be more cost and time effective for everyone involved.

BFM® fitting Applications – Pressure

BFM® fittings outperform hose-clamps – especially under pressure.

BFM® fitting’s patented spigot and snap-fit system means any internal pressure just pushes the cuff of the connector harder against the walls of the spigot, creating an even tighter seal. There is nowhere for product to leak or build-up as there are no crevices on the outside of the pipe for it to escape to.

The BFM® fitting is a safe addition to your processing systems.

BFM® fitting Applications – Vacuum

BFM® fittings are often used in applications where they are operating in vacuum situations, typically where the plants are drying or processing dry powdered-type products and need the equipment to be under a slight negative pressure to avoid leaking dust out of machinery.

Take a few minutes to watch this video to see how the BFM® fitting performs under vacuum situations.

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Installing a BFM® fitting TR (Tool Release) Sleeve

 

BFM® fitting TR (Tool Release) connectors have a much firmer snap-band and require a special tool to remove – added protection for staff and better resistance to the effects of vacuum.

The BFM® TR (Tool Release) Connector has been developed for applications where the connector is mounted very close to equipment that is rotating or spinning very fast, providing additional safety for production and maintenance staff. The Snap Ring of the BFM® TR connector is manufactured to have a firmer fit than an a standard connector which also makes it ideal for negative pressure (vacuum) applications.

Installing BFM® fitting Kevlar Cover

 

BFM® fitting Kevlar Covers provide added protection against fires in the event of an explosion. The BFM® fitting Kevlar Cover is designed to fit over existing
connectors and can be tightened onto the BFM® fitting Spigot using the butterfly mechanism at the top and the base of the connector.

See how easy it is to install by watching this short video demonstrating it’s quick installation.

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Installing a BFM® fitting

 

This shows you all you need to know about installing a BFM® fitting. Once installed, it takes only a matter of seconds to replace standard connectors and it requires no tools.

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BFM® fitting Explosion Video

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BFM® fitting Applications Video

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BFM® Fitting Explosion Testing

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BFM® Snap-In Flexible Sleeve for Gyratory Sifters

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Contact Powder-Solutions, Inc. to learn more about a BFM® Snap-In Flexible Sleeve for your gyratory sifter or to request a quote.