The difference between submersible slurry pump and submersible slurry pump
Both submersible slurry pumps and submersible slurry pumps can work under water, but what's the difference? Next, I will introduce it to you in detail.
The submerged slurry pump is a vertical centrifugal slurry pump, which is suitable for conveying abrasive, coarse-grained and high-concentration slurry. The pump is generally immersed in a pool or pit to work. It does not need any shaft seal and shaft seal water, and it can work normally under the condition of insufficient suction. It is suitable for conveying abrasive slurry and is widely used in metallurgy, mining, coal, electric power, building materials and other departments.
The submersible slurry pump is a new type of slurry pump developed in recent years to meet the needs of users. Different from the traditional horizontal slurry pump and submerged slurry pump, it can be fully immersed in the liquid during operation. In addition to conveying conventional slurry, it can also be used as a submersible sand pump on board.
The difference between submersible slurry pump and submersible slurry pump:
1. The immersion methods of the two are different. The submersible slurry pump cannot be fully immersed in the liquid, the pump head is partially submerged, and one end of the motor is above the liquid, while the submersible slurry pump can be completely immersed in the liquid. motor part.
2. The operating depths of the two are different. The operating depth of the submerged slurry pump developed by our company can reach 12 meters, while the operating depth of the ordinary submerged slurry pump can only be 3 meters. The working depth of the submersible slurry pump is currently up to 25 meters.
3. The installation methods of the two are different. The submerged slurry pump needs to be fixedly installed when working, and there must be a platform for installation in the liquid surface part, while the submersible slurry pump does not need a platform to be installed, and can be run directly by immersing in the liquid.
4. The two have different requirements on the motor. The motor of the submerged slurry pump can use an ordinary motor without waterproofing, while the motor shaft of the submersible slurry pump is coaxial with the pump shaft, and the motor must be waterproof and sealed.