Standardized pumps as per EN 22858 / ISO-5199. Heavy duty process pumps for a continuos operation. Wide range of plastic materials and mechanical seals, selected chemically and mechanically to resist the handled fluid. Flows up to 1.500 m3/h and heads up to 120 mlc.
Plastic centrifugal pumps play an essential role in the manufacturing industry. TECNIUM produces a wide range of plastic pumps for industrial use. Here, we’ll look at what a standard centrifugal pump consists of, and why they play an important role, particularly in relation to corrosion resistance.
Plastic centrifugal pumps are commonly used in the manufacturing industry for pumping water, solvents, organics, oils, acids, bases and a variety of other liquids in industrial, agricultural and domestic applications.
Plastic centrifugal pumps are specifically designed for use with any application that involves low viscosity fluids. These pumps are ideal for use in the manufacturing industry as they are highly resistant to corrosion.
The main advantage of using plastic centrifugal pumps is that they are simple to use. They do not need any valves, or many moving parts. As a result, they are very easy to produce, and they can be fabricated from several different types of materials.
Plastic centrifugal pumps are not only simple to manufacture, but they also move at high speeds with minimal maintenance, making them an ideal industrial resource.
TECNIUM is a specialist in providing plastic centrifugal pumps to the manufacturing industry.
There are several plastic pumps available, and they play a highly important role in manufacturing due to their corrosion resistance.
TECNIUM has several plastic centrifugal pumps that are ideal for use in the manufacturing industry. TECNIUM produces vertical submersible pumps, plastic sump pumps, external vertical pumps, process pumps, motor pumps and magnetic pumps.
Let’s look at those different pumps in a little more detail.
TECNIUM’s vertical submersibles pumps are extremely versatile. TECNIUM provides a wide range of cantilever shaft plastic sump pumps which can be used in dry operation, especially suitable for liquids with particles.
They have flow rates of up to 500 m3/h and heads of up to 100 mlc.
TECNIUM’s plastic sump pumpsare reinforced with a cantilever shaft. They have flow rates of up to 500 m3/h (2000 gpm) and heads of up to 100 mlc (330 ft). They are made of solid plastic with hydrodynamic sealing. They conform to European CE machine safety directives. Plastic sump pumps have an ATEX version available which has a mechanical seal.
Plastic sump pumps are generally designed to operate without mechanical seals, sealing systems can be supplied if required.
The technical advantage of a plastic sump pump is that it has a cantilever shaft, which comes without the collector bearing. It also has a reinforced column, and is particularly suitable for loaded liquids. As plastic sump pumps generally have no mechanical seal, there are no priming issues.
Plastic sump pumps have a mechanical torque transmission to the impeller by key and they have a large steel core surface. The shaft sleeve is independent and removable from the impeller. Plastic sump pumps are available in the following materials: PVDF, PP, PE, and E-CTFE.
TECNIUM also offers a range of external vertical pumps, which come without mechanical seals. They are mainly used for dry operation, and are particularly suitable for conveying loaded liquids. They have flow rates of up to 1,200 m3/h and heads of up to 150 mcl.
TECNIUM’s standardized pumps are made according to EN 22858 / ISO-5199. They are robust and have a continuous operation. They are made with a wide range of plastic materials and mechanical seals, chemically and mechanically adapted to the fluid that is to be carried. They have flow rates of up to 1,500 m3/h and heads of up to 120 mcl.
TECNIUM also provides a selection of motor pumps, such as direct coupling pumps. They have hydraulic performance and dimensions according to EN 22858. They are an economical and reliable solution due to their robust construction, which is typical of a standardized process pump. They have flow rates of up to 250 m3/h and heads of up to 100 mcl.
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