● Pump Type – Centrifugal, Horizontal, Coupled type, Non Self Priming Pump,
● Pump Material – Casing, Impeller and Back Plate is Made of PP (Polypropylene)
● Shaft – EN 8
● Max Head – Up to 12 Meter
● Max Flow – 120 Liter per Minute
● Standard Duty – 1 m3/hr @ 10 Meter
● Inlet & Outlet – 25mm x 25mm (Flange end Connection)
● Fluid Temprature – 70° C (Max)
● Seal Type – PTFE (Teflon) Bellow with Ceramic Vs GFT Facings, Ceramic Sleeve.
● Impeller – Semi Open Type, Diameter 100mm
Chemical Pumps and Acid Pumps are most significant in the safety of the surrounding workforce by preventing exposure of the fluid directly or by the fluid vaporizing. When the Chemical Pumps and Acid Pumps leak, Sulphuric Acid, Hydrochloric Acid, Nitric Acid and all such Acids may also react with exposed metal, releasing toxic fumes. Sulphuric Acid is extremely poisonous and attacks the respiratory system, the eyes, nervous system, teeth and circulatory system.
Although Sulphuric Acid (H2SO4) is non-flammable in its natural state, the formation of hydrogen gas can be extremely dangerous. The hydrogen gas can form where the corrosion of metallic parts, water ingress (such as valves, boilers, absorption systems etc.) and Sulphuric react to form the gas. The gas eventually accumulates in ‘pockets’ or stagnant areas of the system and creates a potential risk of explosion. So to avoid the danger to health and Environment this Acid and Chemical Pump work as a lifeline and reduces lots of handling, Circulating and Transferring Headache.
As a Chemical Pump provider for more than a decade, we understand how critical it is to find the correct solution for your chemical process. A Pump that is incompatible with your chemical will bloat, dissolve, or become brittle, eventually leaking and failing. This is why the materials used in a Chemical Transfer Pump has to be compatible with the media, as well as the temperature and concentration of the fluid being handled has to be considered properly and carefully. Numatic Pumps has a tried-and-true solution for your Chemical Process, whether you need Chemical Pumps for transferring chemicals, dosing, emptying a barrel or a tank-to-tank transfer.
Have you ever wondered why you can’t just have a Chemical Pump that can handle any fluid? Chemical compatibility comes into play in this situation. The real impact of chemical compatibility is determined by the material’s resistance to the medium with which it comes into contact. As a result, if a Chemical Pump is pumping a liquid that is incompatible with the material it is made of, there is a problem.
Want to learn more about the consequences of Chemical Pumps incompatibility and how to choose a pump that will work with your fluid? Learn all you need to know about chemical compatibility by reading our article.