|VIP: VORTAB® Insertion Panel Flow Conditioner
VIP flow conditioners marry the scientifically proven superior performance of Vortab tab-type flow conditioning technology with the installation ease and cost savings of an insertion panel design.
|VIS: VORTAB® Insertion Sleeve The VORTAB Insertion Sleeve (model VIS) is the most cost effective version of the VORTAB flow conditioning products. The VIS can be installed directly into existing pipe or specially designed round, square or rectangular ducts.|
|VMR: VORTAB® Meter Run
The VORTAB Meter Run (model VMR) flow conditioner offers a complete, simple pipe section replacement for new and existing piping systems. The VMR is a seven pipe diameter long spool piece comprised of three pipe diameters of VORTAB flow conditioning internals and a built in downstream settling chamber.
|VSR: VORTAB® Short Run
The VORTAB Short Run (model VSR) flow conditioner offers a simple flow conditioning pipe section replacement for new and existing piping systems. The VSR is a three pipe diameter long flow conditioning spool piece with just the VORTAB flow conditioning internals (link to dwg VSROUTLN).
|VEL: VORTAB® Elbow Conditioner
The Vortab Elbow™ 90° long radius elbow (model VEL) flow conditioner offers a simple flow conditioning elbow replacement for new and existing piping systems. The VEL is the only true isolating elbow flow conditioner in the world. It not only has the ability to isolate irregular velocity profiles and swirl normally encountered in a single elbow, but it also has the ability to isolate any irregular velocity profiles entering the VEL.
|VFK: VORTAB® Field Kits
The VORTAB Field Kit (model VFK) flow conditioner is recommended for line sizes larger than 36” (link to picture “40 inch VFK 1.jpg). The VFK consists of all the vortice generating flow conditioning internals and a fabrication drawing complete with welding recommendations.
This specification briefly defines the main attributes of a portable helicopter refuelling system. The system is designed for open line refuelling of turbine powered rotary wing and small fixed wing aircraft at flow rates of up to 225 litres / minute using Jet fuel.