Wear Resistance Silicon Carbide Slurry Pump

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1.Silicon Carbide Slurry Pump 
2.Material: high chrome alloy or rubber or ceramic 
3.Flow Rate: 10.8-5400m3/h 
4.Head: 3-118m 

Silicon Carbide Slurry Pump

 

Various centrifugal pumps for pumping heavy slurry in agriculture,petrochem,manufacturing,energy and mining.

 

Pumps are designed and suitable for 3 main purposes:

1) Decrease electricity consumption and increase pump life


Our uniquely designed pumps limit slurry contact thus the efficiency is significantly higher and hence very big conventional slurry pumps can be replaced by a pump with a 20% of more smaller motor without affecting pumping performance. If energy bills and high cost of ownership is of concern, these pumps are the answer.

2) Lime and ash applications

Lime and ash pumping applications are particularly difficult for centrifugal slurry pumps because acceleration inside the pump causes the slurry to clump together into a solid clay degrading performance. We have a unique solution proven to work more efficiently and outlast conventional pumps. 

3) High viscosity liquids

Superior throughput rates compared to gear and vane pumps using a unique new design. Great for bitumen, all emulsions and fats.

 

 

[ Material Features ]

 

1. high chrome alloy: strong abrasive resistance

2. rubber: corrosive resistance

3. ceramic: abrasive & corrosive resistance, high temperature resistance and cavitation resistance (Please refer to detailed introduction as follows)



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