● Pump Type – Centrifugal, Vertical, Coupled type, Self Priming Pump,
● Pump Material – Casing, Impeller and Back Plate is Made of PP(Polypropylene) Material.
● Shaft – SS 316
● Pump Leanth – 1000 mm
● Max Head – Upto 8 Mtr.
● Max Flow – 150 Leter per Minute
● Standard Duty – 7 m3/hr @ 7 Meter
● Inlet & Outlet – 25mm x 25mm
● Motor Specification – 0.5 HP, NFLP, 2800 RPM, 50 Hz, 3Phase, Hindustan Make.
● Fluid Temprature – 70° C (Max)
● Seal Type – Sealless
● Impeller – Open Type
● Special Application – Shaft with Ceramic Sleeve or Titanium Shaft (Optional) Rs.5000/-
Numatic Pumps are leading manufacturer of Polypropylene Vertical Pump also Known as Vertical Sump Pump or Long Shaft Pump Sealless Pumps.
Polypropylene Vertical Pump are Seal less and self primed pumps as the Impeller is located at the bottom of the pumps and does not require Mechanical seal. PP Vertical pumps are mostly used in ETP Plants and Scrubbers and where leakages cause big problem. This pump does not have any mechanical seal agreements hence are very cost effective and less headache of maintenance.
Polypropylene vertical pumps are a tried-and-true workhorse pump that may be found in industrial settings all around the world. Oil and gas, petrochemical, acid, chemical, electricity, desalination, and mining are just a few of the sectors that benefit from this pump design. Polypropylene Vertical Pumps are intended to handle acidic, toxic, and corrosive acids and chemicals in difficult applications. Vertical pumps were first developed for agricultural use. Verticals are now widely chosen as a robust answer to typical issues such as leaky and corrosive environments, as well as situations requiring low flow and high head pumps. Despite this, there is sometimes a misunderstanding among design engineers, plant managers, and site operators regarding whether a vertical pump is the best option over typical horizontal pumps.
To provide a positive suction head, the length of a Polpropylne vertical pump may be extended below ground as needed. With the option to adjust, basically right-sizing by stacking stages of impellers as needed, this versatile design gives a distinct benefit. Because the pumps enable flexible installations to fit every facility’s present and future demands, this feature allows for phasing and modification over time, resulting in lower operating costs.
When compared to their horizontal pump counterparts, polypropylene vertical pumps can fit into tight locations and have a significantly smaller footprint. In places where space is limited, this is a critical factor. Furthermore, the foundation materials in a polypropylene vertical pump may be improved, resulting in less wear and tear, less plant downtime, and increased pump life.
Priming is another issue that polypropylene verticals may avoid because many of them are self-priming. This implies that in a vertical, the operator does not need to remove air from the pump, vacuum it, and fill it with liquid before turning it on. A vertical pump, on the other hand, does not require liquid to start pumping and will work effectively if a minimal level is reached for the first stage impeller to begin pumping.