Things to know  
Plunger, Packing, Lubricant – a complex tribological system in LDPE hyper compressors
 
8. Reference

[1] Giacomelli E., Pratesi S., Fani R., Giusti St., maximum capacity of cylinders in hyper compressors – 5th workshop piston compressors 2001
[2] Grabowski R., Wolf K., running time behaviour of cylinders in ethylene super pressure compressors – 4th workshop piston compressors 2000
[3] Hufenbach R., Fleischer G., analysis of tribological stress of sealing elements in super pressure piston compressors – lubricating technique 21 / 1990
[4] Information of Messrs. LUBRICANT CONSULT GmbH (Ltd.), Maintal
[5] Horn R., innovative carbide material for components in super pressure piston compressors – 4th workshop piston compressors 2000
[6] Picture of defective spot at plunger was made by TÜV NORD MPA Gesellschaft für Materialprüfung und Anlagensicherheit mbH & Co. KG, Leuna (Association for Technical Surveyance North MPA Society for Material Testing and Plant Safety Ltd. & Associate, Limited Partnership, Leuna)
[7] REM-ESMA examinations were made by UST Material-Test GmbH, Gera, on behalf of TRIBO Hartmetall GmbH.








Differences between Hot Isostatical Pressing (HIP) and Sinter HIP Procedure
Differences between Hot Isostatical and Sinter HIP
1. Hot Isostatical Pressure
2. Sinter HIP Procedure Pressure

Plunger, Packing, Lubricant – a complex tribological system in LDPE hyper compressors
1. Introduction Pressure
2. Elementary structure of a plant for high-pressure polymerization of ethylene
3. The tribological system
4. Wear process in the tribological system
5. Practical knowledge from a carbide metal producer’s point of view
6. Other partners of the tribological system
7. Outlook
8. Summary
9. Reference