The new 3 inch horizontal slurry sand pump is finished and will be send to Lithuania for sand dredging project.
It could be driven by a 22kw diesel engine generator in the project.
The MAH 3 inch horizontal slurry sand pump for highly specifics gravity and abrasive slurries, which working conditions in most applications, mainly: mining, sand and gravel, cement, pipeline transportation, coal mining, power industry, chemical etc.
The informations of the 3 inch horizontal slurry sand pump are as below:
|Impeller material||High chrome|
|Wet end parts material||High chrome|
|Max. Particle size||28mm|
The shaft seal of this 3 inch horizontal slurry sand pump is gland packing. There are also 2 options: Expeller-gland seal and Mechancial seal.
The wet end parts(incuding impeller, volute liner, throat bush, frame plate) could also be natural rubber , Polyurethane, ceramics etc. The advantages of the new materials are as below:
MAH slurry pump with ceramics wet end parts has stronger wear resistance than A05. The service life is 3.5 times of A05 material. The excellent chemical stability of the ceramics make this pump could handle PH 0-12 mediums.
The composite material is silicon carbide coated the pump parts through high heat sintering. The coated parts are wet end parts, including impeller, liner, throat bush and FPL insert. As the volume density of ceramics is smaller than A05, the weight of impeller and liner is much lighter than standard metal and rubber pumps, which could increase the pump efficiency and save 20% power during operation.
The Polyurethane impeller and liner have high rigidity and well wear-resistance. The service life is 3-4 times of rubber slurry pumps. The light weight could reduce the power consumption, which could save 20% electricity and increase the pump efficiency.
All of the parts for 3 inch horizontal sand slurry pump are in stock. It would be assembled in 5 days after getting the order.
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