Wholesale price for 65QV-SP Vertical Sump Pump for Italy Importers
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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The recent conflict in Mali did not slow the pace of development in the capital, Bamako.
As the city expands, the demand for building materials is growing, and this is having consequences on the environment.
The mighty Niger river has traditionally provided a livelihood for the people that live along its banks.
Now the need for sand from the river is threatening the traditional industries of fishing and oil.
Some fear the exploitation of the river bed has consequences for the delicate equilibrium of the river.
But for the sand divers that plunder the river banks, the rewards are rich.
The sand divers begin their journey at sunrise, setting off by pirogue (traditional boats) along the River Niger.
They travel fifty kilometres (31 miles) from the Kalaban-Koro harbour in the Mali capital, Bamako to set anchor in Djoliba.
The waterway has traditionally been the source of oil and food for many that live along the river.
But now the dig for sand is changing the way of life on the river.
Many of the sand workers come from the north of Mali, and are residents of cities on the banks of the Niger.
Mining sand is more profitable than setting fishing nets.
Each man can earn up to 6 500 FCFA (Franc de la Communaut� Financi�re d’Afrique) a day (10 euros/ $14 US Dollars) which is a good salary in Mali, where the legal minimum salary is 45 euros ($62 dollars) per month.
When they arrive at the spot in the river that they want to mine, they strip off and jump into the river, returning to the surface with buckets full of sand dredged from the riverbed.
The sand divers work without breathing aids and often dive as deep as three metres to dig out the sand by hand.
Toure, a sand diver originally from Timbukutu says that it is hard work but the rewards are worth it.
” I can say that everything is difficult in this work. Water is cold, work in itself is hard. There is nothing easy but it’s noble work. We earn our living by the sweat of our brow.”
After just two or three hours the pirogues are full and the men join up to fifteen boats, laden with sand, together for the journey home.
Back in Bamako it will be sold for use in the construction industry for the booming city.
But the industry has attracted criticism from the government agency responsible for the Niger river.
Bougouzanga Goita is the director of the Niger River Agency, a government body.
He says that sand mining is not regulated and it is harming the delicate river environment.
” A study showed that sand mining is digging the bottom of the river, which has consequences on banks collapsing. And when ‘fish house’ is disturbed there is consequences on fish reproduction. Egg-laying is disturbed, eggs are exposed ”
A report published in 2011 was carried out by IRD (Institut de recherche pour le d�veloppement) carried out in 2011, a French research organisation which studies the relationship between man and its environment, in Africa, Mediterranean, Latin America, Asia and the French tropical overseas territories, in collaboration with Malian National Direction of Hydraulique and French universities.
It found that between 15 and 20 millions of cubic metres (m3) of material may have been taken from the river between 2000 and 2006 from around 90 miles (144 kilometres) north from Bamako to 90 miles (144 kilometres) south from Bamako.
The report authors warned that the river is actually becoming deeper in places, by several centimetres annually and that depletion of the river bed resulted in the loss of arable land, deterioration of infrastructure, bridges etc and loss of fisheries, due to fishing being disturbed and lack of access of local people to water sources.
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