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Sell Centrifugal Pump




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Specification of Centrifugal Pump

One Type Of Work The Pump Is A Centrifugal Pump That Dynamic Working Principle Converts The Kinetic Energy (Velocity) Of Fluid Into Potential Energy (Dynamic) Through A Rotating Impeller In The Casing. Centrifugal Force Is A Force Arising From The Movement Of An Object Or Particle Through A Curved Trajectory (Circular). Centrifugal Pumps Are Dynamic Pumps Working The Most Widely Used Because They Have A Simple Form And Relatively Low Prices. Profits Than Other Types Of Centrifugal Pump Is A Positive Displacement Pump Impeller Movement Causes Continuous And Pulsed Steady Flow, High Operating Reliability Due To Simple Movement Elements And The Absence Of Valves, The Ability To Operate At High Speed, Which Can Be Coupled With An Electric Motor, Motor Combustion Or Steam Turbine Size So Small That Only Requires A Small Space, More Light And Light Installation Cost, Low Price And Low Maintenance Costs. The Basic Principles Of Centrifugal Pumps Is As Follows:
A. Centrifugal Force Working On The Impeller To Push The Fluid To The Outside So That The Fluid Velocity Increases
B. High-Speed Fluid Changed By The Pump Casing (Volute Or Diffuser) To Pressure Or Head.
Centrifugal Pumps Are Classified According To Several Criteria, Among Others:
A. Capacity:
1. Low Capacity: ≪20 M3 / H
2. Capacity Range: 20-60 M3 / H
3. High Capacity:≫ 60 M3 / H
B. Pressure Discharge:
1. Low Pressure: ≪5 Kg / Cm2
2. Pressure Range: 5-50 Kg / Cm2
3. High Pressure:≫ 50 Kg / Cm2
C. Number / Composition Impeller And Level:
1. Single Stage: Consists Of One Impeller And The Casing.
2. Multi Stage: Consists Of Several Impeller Arranged Series In One Casing.
3. Multi Impeller: Consists Of Several Impeller Are Arranged Parallel In A Single Casing.
4. Multi Impeller - Multi Stage: The Combination Of Multi-Stage And Multi-Impeller.
D. Position Axis:
1. Erect Shaft
2. Horizontal Shaft
E. Total Suction:
1. Single Suction
2. Double Suction
F. Impeller Exit Flow Direction:
1. Radial Flow
2. Axial Flow
3. Mixed Fllow

Classification According To The Number Of Levels
1. Pump One Level: It Only Has A Pump Impeller. In General, The Resulting Pump Head Is Relatively Low, But The Simple Construction.
2. Multilevel Pump: These Pumps Use More Than One Impeller Mounted On A Shaft Lined. Liquid That Comes Out Of The Impeller The First Level Will Be Forwarded To The Impeller Second Level And So On Until The Last Level. Head Is The Sum Total Pump Head Generated By Each - Each Impeller. Thus The Total Head The Pump Is Relatively High Compared To Pump One Level, But The Construction Is More Complicated And Large.
- Pump One Level: It Only Has A Pump Impeller. In General, The Resulting Pump Head Is Relatively Low, But The Simple Construction.
- Pump Multistory: These Pumps Use More Than One Impeller That Dipasanag Lined On One Axis. Liquid That Comes Out Of The Impeller The First Level Will Be Forwarded To The Impeller Second Level And So On Until The Last Level. Head Is The Sum Total Pump Head Generated By Each - Each Impeller. Thus The Total Head The Pump Is Relatively High Compared To Pump One Level, But The Construction Is More Complicated And Large