Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Flow Capacity:||15-28m3/h||Delivery Head:||144-618m|
|Inlet/Outlet Dia.:||80mm/80mm||Working Pressure:||<9.27MPa|
|Liquid Temperature:||0-120 ℃||Application:||Clean Water, Sewage, Hot Water, Corrosive Liquid, Mining Water|
|Material:||Cast Iron, Cast Steel, S.S304, S.S316, Duplex S.S2205||Dirven By:||Electric Motor / Diesel Engine|
|Seal:||Gland Packing/Mechanical Seal||Frequency:||50/60Hz|
28m3/H Boiler Water Circulating Pump,
28m3/H Horizontal Water Pump,
Boiler Water Circulating Pump 110kw
The DG series Multistage Ring Section Centrifugal Hot Water Circulation Pump is a radially split, segmented casing, multistage pump designed with modular interstage components.
It is specially designed for hot water and boiler feeding projects. Industrial boiler feed water pumps, for example on board a marine vessel, in a large industrial factory or power plant, are fed either fresh water or steam by a high pressure boiler feed pump. As the water or steam is fed round a system, they are sometimes referred to as boiler circulation pumps. Multiple impellers are used in series to generate the high pressures necessary to feed the boiler.
Boiler feedwater pumps transport water into boilers using high pressure. Thus, a boiler feed pump is built to handle extremely high water pressure to deliver the feedwater into the boiler system. Generally, a boiler feed pump can handle the pressure of up to 100 bar. In most cases, there is a required pressure for the purpose of your boiler’s operation. It is essential that your chosen boiler feed pump can handle that requirement.
Horizontal, radially split, ring section pump with radial impellers, single or double flow entry, multistage. The stages are sealed against each other by O rings or by metallic sealing faces and fastened by tie bolts.
Thrust compensation by the hydraulic balancing device located at the discharge side. Balancing by disc or double piston.
The balancing device on centrifugal pumps is designed to fully or partially compensate axial thrust generated by the pump rotor. Designs incorporating a single balance drum or double drum require a thrust bearing to absorb the residual thrust.
When the pump is in operation, the balancing device requires a certain amount of balancing flow through the clearance gap between the balancing device's rotating and non-rotating parts. The balance flow is subjected to considerable throttling on its way through the gap.
This pressure loss results in an axial force acting upon the balancing device which counteracts the impeller's axial thrust and effects the required balancing. Balancing devices are used when the axial thrust involved is extremely high, as is the case with super pressure pumps.
|Flow Capacity||15-28m3/h||Delivery Head||144-618m|
|Inlet/Outlet Dia.||80mm/80mm||Working Pressure||≤ 9.27 MPa|
|Liquid Temperature||0 - 120 ℃||Driven By||Electric Motor / Diesel Engine|
|Seal Type||Mechanical seal / Gland packing||Liquid||Hot water or similar|
|Material of Construction||Cast Iron / Cast Steel / S.S304 / S.S316 / Duplex S.S2205|
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