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|After Sale Service:||Whole Using Life||Installation:||Technical Guidance|
|Slurry Temperature Range:||-40℃~70℃||Fuel:||Gasoline|
centrifugal slurry pump,
small slurry pump
Corrosion Resistant Alloy Mining Slurry Pump In Metallurgy , Electric Power
Corrosion Resistant Alloy Slurry Pump Mining Slurry Pump
Slurry Pump—Quick Detail:
1. Corrosion resistant
2. Low power and high efficiency
3. Low noise and vibration
4. High quality and low maintenance
Alloy slurry pump is divided into single stage, single suction, cantilever, horizontal centrifugal types. Alloy slurry pump adopts the solid-liquid two-phase flow theory which represents the world advanced technological level. According to the minimum loss principle, the geometries of flow passage components correspond to the flowing state of medium, which diminishes the hydraulic loss caused by eddy currents and clashes. Consequently, the flow passage component abrasion, the movement noise and vibration are reduced, while efficiency is improved. The flow passage components are made of highly hard alloy cast iron which is highly corrosion resistant, abrasion resistant and impact resistant. The dynamic depressurization helps avert ore pulps from leaking.
Alloy slurry pump finds tremendous popularity in mining, metallurgy, electric power, coal, chemical and building material industries. It is mainly used to convey corrosive and abrasive pulps containing solid particles. The maximum concentration of solid-liquid mixture is mortar 45% and ore pulp 60%. Our company provides the pump in various specifications-----direct connecting, belt, fluid coupler, frequency control and other transmission modes are available; serial or parallel connection is also provided.
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.
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