A progressive cavity pump is a type of positive displacement pump transfering fluid by means of the progress, through the pump, of a sequence of small, fixed shape, discrete cavities, as its rotor is turned. Progressive cavity pumps are ideal for applications where the liquid is sheer sensitive because of lower internal velocity, a good example is pumping oil and water mixtures to separation devices whereby the same device works much better when the oil droplets are larger.
Flow rate: up to – 500m³/hr
Pressure: up to -6, 12, 24, 36, 48kg/cm²
MOC: Pump body CI, CF8, CF8M
Wetted part AS, TS, AISI 304,
Stator: NBR, HNBR, EPDM, Hypalone,
Neoprene, Viton, Silicon
Improved rotor & stator geometry
Cardan type universal joint
Convenient inspection windows
Easy drainage slope
Sealing house standardised to ISO 3069
sealing chamber type
Optional shaft sleeve
Taper roller bearing
Acid and Alkaline slurry, Bentonite slurry, Ceramic slurry, Casein slurry, Ferrite slurry, Detergent slurry, Digested sewage, De-watered sludge, Water to thickened sludge, Polyelectrolyte, Sodium silicate, Sulphited sugar juice, Industrial wastes, Vegetables oil, Printing ink, Petroleum jelly, Resins, Alum, Black liquor, Magna, Coating mix, Paint, Gum sludge, Emulsion, Flocculants, Glue, Grout mix, Lates, Massecuite, Viscose, Varnish, Molasses, Oil sludge, Spent wash, Paper pulp, Stock & etc.