HELICAL ROTOR PUMPS

Applications

  • Industrial waster water

  • Dewatering/sludges/slurries

  • Adhesives & resins

  • Chemical processing
Description

Helical rotor pumps carry fluid by a chamber that axially progresses from the pump's suction to discharge ports. Their main function is to progressively transfer fluids through the pump with the rotor transferring fluids throught its small cavities to build pressure and improve flow rates. The longer the pump is, the greater the head will be, while ensuring the pressure inside the pump is controlled.

The rotor is typically hardened steel coated with chromium. The body of the pump, the stator, is usually made of an elastomer, molded to the design and shape of the rotor.

Applications

  • Industrial waster water
  • Dewatering/sludges/slurries
  • Adhesives & resins
  • Chemical processing
  • Soft macerated sewage
  • Soft abattoir effluent
  • Animal and vegetable oils
  • Piggery effluent

Features

  • Pumps high head over long distances
  • Viscous/solid laden liquids
  • Self-priming capability
  • Range of construction materials
  • Open throat designs
  • Excellent pressure stability
  • Highly efficient
  • Constant non-pulsating flowt
  • Valve-less operation
  • Reversible flow direction.

Options

  • Equal-walled for increase pressure per stage
  • Unequal-walled to handle larger solids