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low flow pump Applications

  • Cavity pumps for chemical industry

    Progressing cavity pumps are an ideal solution for the chemical industry. These pumps can move highly abrasive, higly viscous, and toxic materials with minimal wear compared to other positive displacement pumps. Progressing cavity pumps are also an excellent choice when pumping shear sensitive materials since they are one of the lowest shearing pumps available on the market. Many polymer manufacturers use these pumps to move their products for this very reason. Moyno offers a variety of progressing cavity and metering pumps to fit these application requirements. Metering pumps are suitable for low flow, high pressure metering applications and can also move materials with low viscosities to viscosities as high as 1,000,000 cps.

    By Moyno, Inc. based in Springfield, OHIO (USA).

  • SONARtrac - Dredging - Hopper Vessels

    Soil density, hardness, lithology, and sediment particle size distribution can create slurry of variable makeup and density. At a constant pump speed, the slurry will have a variable flow velocity, which is undesirable and potentially dangerous. If the velocity is too low, there is a risk of sand outs in the pipeline. If the velocity is too high, the pump will wear and be inefficient. Traditional velocity flow meters with wetted parts are prone to wear, causing measurement inaccuracies, and require frequent, costly replacements. In addition, the presence of entrained gases may disturb the readings of traditional flowmeters and cause slurry density measurements to be inaccurate.

    By CiDRA based in Wallingford, CONNECTICUT (USA).

  • SONARtrac - Dredging - Cutter Vessels

    Cutting efficiency is greatly affected by variability in soil density, hardness, lithology, and sediment particle size distribution. All of these factors create slurry of variable makeup and density. If the dredge pump works at a constant speed, the slurry will have a variable flow velocity, which is undesirable and potentially dangerous. If the velocity is too low, there is a risk of sandouts in the pipeline. If the velocity is too high, the pump will wear and be inefficient. Traditional velocity flowmeters with wetted parts are prone to wear, causing measurement inaccuracies, and require frequent, costly replacements

    By CiDRA based in Wallingford, CONNECTICUT (USA).

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