Numatic Pumps has been established in the year 2014 is dedicated to Manufacturing and Dealing of all Type of Industrial Pumps used in Acid and Corrosive Chemicals Like HCL Hyrochloric Acid, Sulphuric Acid H2SO4. The Type of Pumps are Monoblock Pumps, Closed Coupled Centrifugal Pumps, Magnetic Driven Pumps, Dairy & Sanitary Pumps, Motorised Barrel Pumps, Pneumatic Drum Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps, Dosing Pumps, Fuel Pumps, Self Priming Pumps, Screw Pumps Etc..
Our High Running Product range includes solid injection moulded Polypropylene (PP) & Glass Filled Polypropylene (GFP) pumps, Polymer-Lined Pumps with Lining materials etc. In India we are very specialized in Manufacturing and Supplying of PP, PVDF & PTFE Lined Pumps, having a unique application for highly corrosive and high temperature media which is almost competitive to Hast-B, Hast-C and Alloy-20. Metallic Pumps, Magnetic Driven Sealless Pumps are the latest addition to our product repertoire to offer solutions to almost any pumping services, under one roof.
The chemical Hydrochloric Acid is extremely corrosive. Hydrochloric Acid is an acid that cannot be used with metal components. Containment and chemical compatibility are the two most important factors to consider while handling Hydrochloric Acid. Chemical compatibility is a common source of confinement.
Hydrochloric acid Transfer Pumps are specialised pumps. There should be no metal parts in contact with the media or the acid. A Non-Metalic Pump should be used to transport hydrochloric acid. In just a few hours, every metal that comes into touch with Hydrochloric Acid becomes contaminated. Hydrochloric acid is corrosive to metals in particular. Metals like aluminium, cast iron, and even some stainless steels are inappropriate for hydrochloric acid since they will erode the material severely. When greater temperatures and pressures are necessary, metals are utilised with hydrochloric acid. Hastelloy-C and Titanium are common metals used to handle hydrochloric acid at lower concentrations and Hastelloy-C at higher temperatures. Although these metals may withstand powerful acids, they are corrosion-resistant. Because of the predicted corrosive wear, many pumps are designed with a limited life cycle. For certain pumps, this might be as short as a few months since, regardless of the material used, the pump will eventually fail.
Where contaminants react with the hydrochloric acid in the fluid, such as in circulation applications, the pump may experience an exponential rate of corrosion due to the particles being oxidised. The chlorination of organic compounds results in the production of hydrochloric acid. These acids are available in a variety of concentrations, ranging from weak solutions to fuming versions containing roughly 40% HCL. Each year, over 20 million tonnes of hydrochloric acid are generated, making it a critical chemical in a variety of processes. Chemical factories generate it, as well as onsite as a byproduct of other operations. Hence a special Hydrochloric Acid Pump are design to tackel all the corrosion chalanges.
* Steel pickling, Hydrochloric Acid removes iron oxide and scale from metal surfaces before further processing, such as coating.
* Hydrochloric Acid is used to recover crude oil by injecting it into rock and cleaning the well of contaminants.
* Many food ingredients, such as corn syrup, gelatine, sauces, and preservatives, are made with hydrochloric acid.
* The production of leather products and PVC material.
* The production of household cleaning products.
* The production of organic and inorganic compounds in wastewater treatment, polymers, and battery manufacturing.