Chemical Process Pump
Product Details :
|Pump size:||25 to 150 mm|
|Capacity:||up to 650 m3/hr|
|Head:||up to 150 m|
|Discharge Press :||up to 16 bar|
|Temperature :||up to 30 to 1600C|
|Speed :||up to 3600 rpm|
|Pressure :||Up to 22 bar|
Product Description :
A chemical process pump is a type of pump that is specifically designed for handling and transferring corrosive, abrasive, and hazardous fluids in chemical processing applications. Chemical process pumps are essential in industries such as petrochemicals, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and water treatment.
Chemical process pumps are designed with materials that are resistant to corrosion and abrasion. These materials can include various types of plastics, ceramics, metals such as stainless steel, and special coatings. The pumps are also designed with tight tolerances to ensure that they can handle fluids that may contain solid particles, such as slurries.
There are several types of chemical process pumps available, including centrifugal pumps, positive displacement pumps, diaphragm pumps, and magnetic drive pumps. The type of pump chosen will depend on the specific application and the characteristics of the fluid being pumped.
Overall, chemical process pumps play a critical role in chemical processing applications, ensuring that corrosive and hazardous fluids can be safely and efficiently transferred and handled.
The following are some of the key features of chemical process pumps:
1. Materials of construction: Chemical process pumps are typically made from materials that are resistant to corrosion and abrasion, such as stainless steel, hastelloy, or plastic.
2. Seals: Chemical process pumps are equipped with specialized seals to prevent the escape of corrosive liquids and to prevent contamination of the pumped fluid.
3. Design: Chemical process pumps are designed to be able to handle high pressures and temperatures, making them well-suited for use in demanding chemical processing applications.
4. Flow rate: Chemical process pumps are capable of delivering a high flow rate, making them ideal for applications that require a large volume of fluid to be moved quickly.
5. Energy efficiency: Chemical process pumps are designed to be energy efficient, reducing the amount of energy required to operate the pump and minimizing the cost of ownership.
6. Reliability: Chemical process pumps are designed to be reliable, reducing the risk of downtime and helping to ensure that the pump operates at peak performance.
When selecting a chemical process pump, it is important to consider the specific requirements of the application, including the fluid being pumped, the flow rate, pressure, temperature, and operating conditions. In addition, it is important to consider factors such as maintenance requirements, reliability, and cost when making a selection.
Chemical process pumps are used in a variety of applications in the chemical processing industry. Some of the common applications of chemical process pumps include:
1. Chemical transfer: Chemical process pumps are used to transfer corrosive and abrasive liquids from one location to another within a chemical processing facility.
2. Chemical mixing: Chemical process pumps are used to mix different chemicals in order to produce a specific product or to prepare a solution for further processing.
3. Chemical dosing: Chemical process pumps are used to add specific chemicals to a process in order to control the properties of the product being produced.
4. Chemical transfer to storage tanks: Chemical process pumps are used to transfer corrosive and abrasive liquids from the process to storage tanks for later use.
5. Chemical recovery: Chemical process pumps are used to recover valuable chemicals from waste streams, reducing waste and increasing efficiency.
6. Chemical washing: Chemical process pumps are used to wash equipment and containers in order to remove any residual chemicals that could contaminate the process.
7. Chemical transfer to treatment facilities: Chemical process pumps are used to transfer corrosive and abrasive liquids to treatment facilities where they can be safely processed.
When selecting a chemical process pump, it is important to consider the specific requirements of the application, including the fluid being pumped, the flow rate, pressure, temperature, and operating conditions. In addition, it is important to consider factors such as reliability, maintenance requirements, and cost when making a selection.
Additional Usage :
Chemical Process Industries
Bulk Drugs and Pharmaceutical
Heating and Air Conditioning Plants
Pulp and Paper
Additional Information :
Port of Dispatch : Ahmedabad, India.
Production Capacity : As per order.
Delivery Time : As per order.
Packaging Details : Export/cargo packing.