Factory best selling 100RV-SPR Rubber Sump Pump to Victoria Factory
Introduction Type SPSP(R) pumps are vertical, centrifugal slurry pumps which are submerged in sump to work. They are designed for delivering abrasive, large particle and high density slurries. These pumps do not need any shaft seal and sealing water. They can also be operated normally for insufficient suction duties. Wet parts of type SP pumps are made of abrasion-resistant metal. All parts of type SP(R) pump immersed in liquid are lined with rubber. They are suited to transport the slurry wh...
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Type SPSP(R) pumps are vertical, centrifugal slurry pumps which are submerged in sump to work. They are designed for delivering abrasive, large particle and high density slurries. These pumps do not need any shaft seal and sealing water. They can also be operated normally for insufficient suction duties.
Wet parts of type SP pumps are made of abrasion-resistant metal.
All parts of type SP(R) pump immersed in liquid are lined with rubber. They are suited to transport the slurry which contains non-edge and abrasive particle .
The type with “L” is series of sump pump with extended shaft , which is suited for the working condition of deeper level. The guide bearing construction is added to the pump on the basis of the standard pump, so the pump is with both more steady operation and wider application range, but flushing water should be attached to the guide bearing.
– Metal or rubber lined wet parts.
– Vertical construction, less Installation Space.
– Equipped with replaceable shaft protection sleeve.
– Double suction semi-open impeller.
– No submerged bearing or packing.
– Recessed impeller option passes over-sized material.
– Agitator option keeps solids in suspension.
– Can be run in insufficient suction duties.
– Smooth and stable operation.
– Special materials or casting for specific liquid.
||Allowable Max.Power (kw)||Clear Water Performance|
|Capacity Q||Head H (m)||Speed n (r/min)||Max.Eff. (%)||Impeller Dia. (mm)|
Standard Type Extension Type
|NO.||Parts Name||NO.||Parts Name|
|3||Bearing Housing||11||Pump Casing|
|4||Bearing Spacer||12||Lower Strainer|
|8||Strainer||16||Middle Support Part|
Over 20 years’ experience in pumps.
Various pump types.
Wear resistant materials.
Specialized Test Equipment.
Large quantity spare parts.
Anti-rust treatment casting.
Sump pumps are mainly used for handing corrosive, coarse particles and high density slurries, and are widely used in sewage treatment, metallurgy, mining, mineral processing, dredging, de-watering, water treatment, coal washing, mill, cyclone feed, tailing, power, building material…etc. various industrial sites. Our pumps are called different names for different working duties: mineral processing pump, mill discharge slurry pump, booster pump, feeding pump, tailing pump, transfer pump, de-watering screen pump, pressure pump, concentrate pump…
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A demonstration video created by Performance Garage & Davies Craig on our Electric Water Pump (EWP) and Digital Controller. We also highlight the various EWP’s available in the rage including the EWP80, EWP115 Nylon and EWP115 Alloy. We also discuss our latest product, the EWP Header-Adaptor Kit and its applications. The video concludes with an actual demonstration of the EWP and Digital Controller in application.
Why the power the EWP uses is much less than the mechanical pump
The EWP is designed for maximum efficiency at its maximum speed of 2250 rpm. Being in nylon, the impeller can have aerofoil cross section with associated lift, and the tip clearances can be very small. The mechanical pump has to run at 600 rpm and 6,000 rpm and it cannot be efficient at both those speeds and all speeds in between. Furthermore, as the power the pump takes increases as the cube of the speed – when the mechanical pump is operating at the higher speeds, as it does as an engine passes through its gears, it is taking power of the order of 6 to 10 kW. The EWP which uses say at maximum speed 9 amps x 13 volts gives 120 watts at say 30% efficiency from the alternator to hydraulic power means about 0.4 kW to drive the EWP, when it is operating at full speed which is usually less than 20% of racing time.
In addition, with the old mechanical pump and a thermostat set up, the thermostat is partly closed most of the motoring time and in a cool climate at highway cruising, it is always about 90% closed. As a consequence, the flow and pressure being generated by the mechanical belt driven pump and paid for with power and torque, are choked at the thermostat and wasted. This system has worked reasonably well for a long time but it is not smart. With your EWP and digital Controller, power and torque is never wasted as there is no choking (no thermostat) and only as much flow and pressure as is required is produced.
We are starting to see the allowance of EWPs in formula racing mostly to prolong the life of engines with the run on after hot shut down to eliminate heat soak. In any case we cannot stop progress, nobody in racing runs drum brakes or cross ply tyres these days!!
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By Margaret 2016-11-08 16:07
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