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Silent Hazard in LPG Bottling Plant

“Don’t learn safety by accident” is a common theme in safety critical industries such as a nuclear power plant. Like nuclear power, LPG bottling plants are also mere one step away from an accident; the cost associated with an accident in the LPG Industry can be huge.

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Jasma Dry Chain Advantages

Developed markets have been using dry chain conveyor system in their LPG bottling plant for several decades. Many emerging nations are now starting to shift their operations from wet to dry.

For over 2 decades, Jasma has been supplying dry chains around the world.

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Reasons to Buy Engineering Goods from India

Mangalyaan, world’s most affordable mission to Mars is the epitome of Indian engineering; a mark of quality, performance, time and cost-effectiveness. Similar to the Mars mission, many engineering products are manufactured in India and supplied to rest of the world.

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Why choose Jasma Products?

As we enter 37 years of operations, three foundational values continue to guide our organization, people, products and processes. Quality commitment, customer centricity and innovation.

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Can Dry Chain work in Wet Bottling Plant?

LPG filling plants started as wet operations.  Wet operations require passing the conveying system through a soap water mixture.  Soap-water mixture reduces the frictional forces between the conveying track and chain, thereby reducing the heat generated, a common source for ignition in LPG environments.

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Riveted & Rivetless Conveyor Chains

Wet Chain LPG plants typically use riveted chains. Chain links are assembled together via a pin that is riveted on both sides. When installing a new bottling plant, specialized tooling is brought to perform riveting operation.

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4 ways to identify Suppliers for Quality Spare Parts

Did you know? if companies buy all their machine spare parts from Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), by the time one has bought 25% of all machine spares, the amount would be sufficient to buy a new equipment.

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