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Adding safety while saving space – Case Study

13th October 2017

Here at Rotolok we are always looking to add safety features while minimising the space required. An example of this is when a client came to use to help them improve their plants design while maintaining safe functionality.
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Bespoke Elongated Rotary Valve – Case Study

22nd September 2017

Here at Rotolok we are always ready to provide bespoke, innovative equipment to match a company’s needs. One such example was the development of an elongated Rotary Valve for a leading multi-national food and drink company. This bespoke valve also incorporated a special rotor design and speed control.
Bespoke Rotary Valve for Hot Drinks manufacturer
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Client satisfaction is key for Rotolok

15th September 2017

At Rotolok we, like any company, are always glad to receive feedback. It’s one of the main ways a company improves. It lets us know what we can do to make a better product and it also lets us know what we’re doing right. This is the kind of feedback everyone wants to here, especially when it comes to client satisfaction.
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Another quick turnaround from Rotolok

12th August 2017

Here at Rotolok we are determined to provide a fast, reliable turnaround on orders. Having stock valves and rotors in a range of sizes allows us to quickly assemble and deliver our standard equipment in a short time, an example of which is below.
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Plug Feeder – New from Rotolok

26th July 2017

Rotolok have worked in partnership with Solitec Engineering Ltd to produce a new, innovative feeder to complement its current product range. The Plug Feeder is available in a range of sizes to provide feed rates up to 2 tonnes per hour. It is available as a volumetric feeder as well as for loss in weight applications with the addition of a weigh platform.
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Bespoke Double Roundhead Valve

27th April 2017

Rotolok has recently manufactured a bespoke Double Roundhead valve to handle free flowing powders for a client in Spain. The Roundheads themselves have Stainless Steel bodies and domes and are designed to operate at a maximum pressure of 8 Barg. They are also certified to ATEX category 2 for use in Zones 1 and 21.
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