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DFS Mobile Dispense Unit (MDU)

Posted by DFS on Nov 30, 2021 2:04:56 PM


The compact DFS Mobile Dispense Unit (MDU) uses two pneumatic pumps (with auto-switchover) to draw chemical from two external vessels. The system uses the tote/drum connection head, pumps, and inline filter housings to deliver chemical through the supply line to production. Pre and Post-filter pressure transducers are utilized to track filter loading and performance.

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Topics: chemical distribution

DFS Slurry Blender and Distribution System with Transfer Unit

Posted by DFS on Sep 24, 2021 5:30:00 PM

Maximize Blend Accuracy and Production Uptime

This DFS system consists of a Slurry Blender and Distribution system, an external Transfer unit, and a Control Cabinet that controls all units. The Blender receives customer-supplied chemical from the Transfer unit or bulk feed system and facility UPW, performing a blend to tanks inside of the system. Each blend is weight-monitored and can be tracked with flow meters to ensure accuracy.

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Topics: chemical blending, chemical distribution

DFS Titan™ Transfer and Offload Bulk Chemical Distribution System

Posted by DFS on Apr 19, 2021 5:39:35 PM

Bulk Chemical Distribution

The DFS Titan™ Transfer and Offload System automatically transfers an aqueous chemical from the tanker offload cabinet to the main distribution tanks. This system monitors the level of the main bulk tanks and allows tanker offload into storage tank A. Storage tank A refills tank B at the defined setpoint, and all chemical transfers for production tools come from storage tank B.

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Topics: chemical distribution

Chemical Distribution Unit: Titan™ Dual Vessel CDU

Posted by DFS on Apr 19, 2021 5:38:32 PM

DFS Titan™ Dual Vessel CDU Enables A Continuous Chemical Supply with Closed Loop Pressure Control

The DFS Titan™ Dual Vessel CDU transfers from interchangeable vessels via AODD pumps. The system maintains continuous chemical pressure to production areas using either automated closed loop pressure control or deadhead supply. 

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Topics: chemical distribution