Factory wholesale 12/10 G-GH Gravel Sand Pump for Mongolia Factory

Factory wholesale
 12/10 G-GH Gravel Sand Pump  for Mongolia Factory

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Product Features Type G(orGH) gravel pumps are designed for continuously handling the most difficult high abrasive slurries which contain too big solids to be pumped by a common pump. They are suitable for delivering slurries in Mining, Explosive sludge in metal melting, Dredging in dredger and river course, and other fields. Type GH are high head pumps. Construction                          Construction of this pump is of single casing connected by means of clamp bands and wide wet-passage. ...


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Product Features

Type G(orGH) gravel pumps are designed for continuously handling the most difficult high abrasive slurries which contain too big solids to be pumped by a common pump. They are suitable for delivering slurries in Mining, Explosive sludge in metal melting, Dredging in dredger and river course, and other fields. Type GH are high head pumps.

Construction                         

Construction of this pump is of single casing connected by means of clamp bands and wide wet-passage. The wet-parts are made of Ni_hard and high chromium abrasion-resistance alloys. The discharge direction of pump can be oriented in any direction of 360°. This type of pump possesses the advantages of easy installation and operation, good performance of NPSH and abrasion-resistance.

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      1.Support                                                8. Discharge Joint Ring 

      2.Bearing Housing Assembly                    9. Discharge Flang

      3.Adapter Plate Clamp Band                    10. Door Clamp Band

      4.Volute Liner Seal                                  11. Cover Plate

      5.Frame Plate Liner Insert                        12. Intake joint ring

      6. Impeller                                               13. Intake flange

      7. Frame Plate / Bowl                              14. Adapter plate

Performance Chart

                  Pump   Model Allowable
Max. Power
(kw)
                                  Clear Water Performance  
 Capacity  Q  Head
  H   (m)
Speed
  n (r/min) 
Max.Eff.
(%)
  NPSH
(m)
 Impeller. Dia.  (mm)
      m3/h                  l/s           
6/4D-G 60 36-250 10-70 5-52 600-1400 58 2.5-3.5 378
8/6E-G 120 126-576 35-160 6-45 800-1400 60 3-4.5 378
10/8S-GH 560 216-936 60-260 8-52 500-1000 65 3-7.5 533
10/8S-G 560 180-1440 50-400 24-30 500-950 72 2.5-5 711
12/10G-G 600 360-1440 100-400 10-60 400-850 65 1.5-4.5 667
12/10G-GH 1200 288-2808 80-780 16-80 350-700 73 2.0-10.0 950
14/12G-G 1200 576-3024 160-840 8-70 300-700 68 2.0-8.0 864
16/14G-G 600 720-3600 200-1000 18-44 300-500 70 3.0-9.0 1016
16/14TU-G 1200 324-3600 90-1000 26-70 300-500 72 3.0-6.0 1270
18/16TU-G 1200 720-4320 200-1200 12-48 250-500 72 3.0-6.0 1067

Applications
The gravel pump is used for river course, reservoir desalting, coastal reclamation, stretching, deep-sea mining and tailing acquisition etc. Gravel pumps are designed for continuously handling the most difficult higher abrasive slurries which contain too big solids to be pumped by a common pump. They are suitable for delivering slurries in Mining, Explosive sludge in metal melting, Dredging in dredger and course of rivers, and other fields.


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