Centrifugal Pumps Manufacturers
Centrifugal Pumps are for transporting fluids by the conversion of rotational kinetic energy.
Our chemical process pumps provide outstanding hydraulic performance, incomparable reliability, and a low total cost of ownership. We provide these pumps in Multi Effect Evaporator, Zero Liquid Discharge System. POPULAR pumps are available in a wide range of configurations, including mechanically sealed, dynamically sealed, and recessed impeller. This pump line provides flexibility in pumping solutions in numerous chemical process applications.
Centrifugal Process Pumps are one of the most preferred hydraulic pumps for industrial, as well as domestic use. Due to the high-quality impellers installed in these pumps, they generate a massive centrifugal force which provides an immense thrust to push liquids through the pipes. From basic applications like drip irrigation to handling volatile and abrasive chemicals, our centrifugal pumps can excel on all frontiers.
Centrifugal Pumps Manufacturer and Supplier in India
Popular is one of the leading centrifugal pump manufacturers in India. With almost a decade of experience in delivering to various industries around the globe, by filling the marketing requirements with advanced technology and high-quality pumping applications which can be counted as long-lasting and smooth pumping performance.
Popular is the finest manufacturer of Centrifugal Process Pumps in Ahmedabad. Our Centrifugal Process Pump is a industrial pump for industrial use. It is used to transfer or increase the pressure of a liquid. Our centrifugal pump’s impeller turns the liquid, and the pump’s centrifugal force pushes the liquid out. The impeller is the device that rotates and transfers energy to the fluid.
We produce end-suction and back-pullout centrifugal pumps. Our heavy-duty pump can withstand a wide range of corrosive substances, from highly oxidizing to highly reducing, at varying temperatures and concentrations.
Technical Specifications of Centrifugal Pump:
|Type||End-Suction and Back-Pull Out Type Centrifugal Pump|
|Capacity||up to 1100 m3/hr|
|Head||up to 150 Meter|
|Pressure||up to 15 kg/cm2|
|Size||25mm to 300mm|
|Speed||up to 3500 rpm|
|Temperature||up to 350° C|
|M.O.C||CI, CS, SS304 / 316, SS 304 L/316L, Alloy 20, Hastelloy B or C,CD4MCU, etc|
Features of Centrifugal Pump:
- Compact Size
- Low Noise
- High Efficiency
- Easy Maintenance
- Longer Life
Applications of Centrifugal Pump:
- Chemical Process Industries
- Fertilizer Plants
- Bulk Drugs and Pharmaceutical
- Heating and Air Conditioning Plants
- Sugar Plants
What is a Centrifugal Pump?
A Centrifugal pump is a hydraulically operated machine engineered to move fluid by means of the transfer of circumvolutory energy from one or more driven rotors, called impellers (rotating part of a centrifugal pump). They can have different structures, but their operating principle and fluid dynamic characteristics are always the same.
Centrifugal pumps are used to generate flow or raise a liquid from a low level to a high level. These pumps work on a very simple mechanism. Centrifugal pumps transform rotational energy, which is usually provided by a motor, into energy in a moving fluid.
Working Principle of Centrifugal Pump
The principle working of centrifugal pumps is to induce flow or raise a liquid from a low level to a high level. Apparently, the centrifugal pump setup consists of one or more impellers attached to a rotary pump shaft. Energy gets powered with this arrangement, to conduct fluid through the pump system and the associated piping.
The impellers rotating in sync with the pump shaft convert dynamic mechanical energy from the pump motor into the energy of moving fluids. While most of the energy of the motor gets converted to kinetic energy.
Types of Centrifugal Pumps?
One of the simplest designs of pumps available and many variations in design exists to satisfy applicants' duty requirements. It is best suited to low-pressure operations where a large flow rate is maintained.
A two-stage centrifugal pump consists of two impellers that operate side-by-side, this centrifugal pump is best for medium-head applications.
This pump is ideal for its high head services, which consist of three or more impellers.
Radial Centrifugal Pumps:
Centrifugal Pumps are the most frequently used pumps and especially radial centrifugal pumps around the world, but what makes these hydraulic units so popular? The reason is straightforward, radial centrifugal pumps are compact in design that handles high fluid pressures, these flexible keys and solid workhorses make radial centrifugal "most in-demand" pumps.
Axial flow pump:
An axial flow pump is a type of centrifugal pump that is generally known for its refined fluid action. Axial flow pumps create less pressure than radial flow centrifugal pumps but can produce much higher flow rates.
It standard remarks the dimensional identity requirements, configuration, and design features to pump manufacturers to facilitate the installation, as well as to enhance the reliability and safety of the pump unit.
Ideal for the choices of the most aggressive applicants in the oil refinery industry. All their casings, bearing houses and all arrangements are all structure that drives maximum efficiency and reliability, and that can handle fluids that can cause damage to the environment.
How to Install Centrifugal Pumps?
- Every industry need is different, to understand the exact appliance requirements reaching to the pump manufacturer can be a wise step.
- To ensure correct operation, all the necessary components must be installed in the pump, such as the bolts and pipes.
- If the process is done properly and by professionals, a check valve must be subsequently installed in the pump’s driving system to prevent water hammers.
- The last step is to get the gate valve installed after the check valve so that the gate can be closed during maintenance.