Self priming pumps

Description

Cardiovascular-priming pumps are used for pumping the corrosion resistance of materials used in their construction. Self suck, so you do not need to flood in to the suction fluid. Depending on construction and material the pumps can be used to pump such as gasoline, fuel oil, liquefied propane with a mixture of butane without the gas phase. They are used in water supply from wells or reservoirs, water vending machines, water supply systems and industrial plants and petro-chemical, filling terminals, LPG stations.

self priming pumps
Technical data
efficiency lifting height
0,2-39 m3/h to 310m
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self priming pumps
Cardiovascular-priming pumps are used for pumping the corrosion resistance of materials used in their construction. Self suck, so you do not need to flood in to the suction fluid. Depending on construction and material the pumps can be used to pump such as gasoline, fuel oil, liquefied propane with a mixture of butane without the gas phase. They are used in water supply from wells or reservoirs, water vending machines, water supply systems and industrial plants and petro-chemical, filling terminals, LPG stations.
screw pumps
Screw pumps are used when pumping liquids and slurries with high density and viscosity, containing solids. Can pump: caustic soda, lime milk, flotation sludge, sludge in wastewater treatment sludge from electroplating, pulp, ceramic, polymers, turbine oils, used oil motor and machine, edible oils, vegetable and fruit purees, cheese, yogurt. These pumps, available with variable speed, can be used as feeders in the industry: chemical, petrochemical, pulp and paper, wastewater, fatty, food, pharmaceutical, ceramic, beverage.
shaft pumps
Shaft pumps are working in an upright position and are designed for pumping water, contaminated liquids containing slurries, sludge, sewage; in embodiments of the chemicals are also suitable for chemically aggressive liquids such as acids, salt solutions, electroplating baths, fuel oil, liquid sulfur. Therefore they find application in various industries such as metallurgy, energy, mining and mineral aggregates, chemical industry and the economy of wastewater.