Machining, Marine, Metal and Equipment Manufacturers, Mining industry, wastewater treatment, Water Treatment Solutions, mining
31 - 200 L/M
Packaging & Delivery
1 - 1
To be negotiated
Bulk stock pump/ dredging pumps with diesel engine/ gold and gravel
Slurry Pump —Product advantages
1.Smooth operation; less energy consumption; low product cost
2.High flow rate and head; low maintenance
Slurry Pump —Product application
The lining parts of rubber slurry pump are made of Naipu rubber which wins international prominence and recognizing by its extraordinary abrasion resistance. Rubber slurry pump is the ideal instrument of conveying corrosive materials whose maximum density is below 65% (by weight) and whose temperature is in the range of 40°C~70°C. It has advantages as follows: smooth operation; energy saving; low noise; high flow and head; low production cost; high efficiency; easy maintenance; long service life.
Concentrating/metallurgical plant: it deliveries a variety of slurries.
Sand plant: it feeds water and mineral sands to all kinds of classifying and dehydrating equipments.
Coal preparation plant: it deliveries coal pulps; it also classifies, screens and conveys materials of heavy medium.
Ceramic and glass plant: it is used to convey porcelain clay and sands, feed hydraulic cyclone, and dispose effluent.
Steel plant: it conveys slurry, rust and corrosive liquid.
Please specify it to us if the pump is applied to places where oil or chemical stuffs are present.
Slurry Pump —Product principle
The course of using centrifugal force to increase pressure on conveying medium is also the course of transmitting and transforming energy. With impellers, the pump transforms and transmits mechanical energy produced by motor into pressure energy and kinetic energy for fluid.
The pump consists of shell and impellers which are situated on the main shaft and constitute an integral part with prime mover. Prime mover drives impellers to rotate and then impellers drives fluid to rotate, which increase the kinetic energy and potential energy. The pressurized water process and the water absorption process simultaneously take place. The pressurized water process occurs and consists of three stages: liquid is moved from impeller center to rim by the inertia force; liquid moves off impellers and enters into discharge chamber; liquid is discharged via discharging pipes. When liquid moves from impeller center towards rim, a low pressure area around impeller center is formed. When the vacuum around impeller center is high enough, liquid is absorbed in absorption chamber and sent towards impellers by the pressure of absorption end (the pressure is usually the atmospheric pressure). With the continuous operation of impellers, liquid is continuously absorbed and discharged.