Structural Characteristics of Submerged Slurry Pump
There are many types of slurry pumps, which can be specifically classified from different perspectives to meet the needs of users in different situations.
There are many types of slurry pumps, which can be specifically classified from different perspectives to meet the needs of users in different situations. The submerged slurry pump is one of the most common and commonly used pumps, with the following structure:
Structure of submerged slurry pump:
1. No shaft seal is required.
2. Double suction, semi open impeller design, using hard alloy or rubber impeller.
3. The cylindrical bearing component adopts a high capacity bearing design, and the bearings are lubricated with grease.
4. The adjustable clearance between the impeller and the guard plate ensures efficient operation of the pump.
5. Adopting a vertical cantilever and single pump casing structure.
6. The pump and driver can choose direct transmission or triangular belt transmission.
7. The rubber flow components and components in contact with the slurry are lined with rubber to adapt to strong corrosive working conditions.
Everyone knows that industrial waste treatment for large-scale production equipment requires specialized supporting facilities to complete. As an underwater slurry pump for treating slurry, it is immersed in the liquid and used to transport abrasive, coarse particles, and high concentration slurry. Widely used in sectors such as metallurgy, mining, coal, power, building materials, and environmental protection.