Posts Tagged ‘canned’

Hermetic: 12-stage canned motor pumps for ethane cracker plant

Monday, June 6th, 2016 von admin

IMG_1941The actually supplied two canned motor pumps, with “tandem” design, convey the medium [C3 fraction with propylene as main constituent] at a temperature of 22 °C. The differential head [H] is 379 m at a flow rate [Q] of 7.8 m³/h. The pump units are designed for a nominal pressure of 40 bar and have temperature- and level-monitoring features. For online monitoring of the hydraulic axial bearing, a rotor-position monitoring feature is also provided.

The special tandem design of the multistage pumps results in minimal shaft deflection and load relief at the slide bearings. The “ZART” (Zero Axial and Radial Thrust) technology ensures a contact- and wear-free running of the rotor unit.

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Hermetic: New canned motor pump series for the chemical industry

Friday, November 21st, 2014 von admin

CNF40-160Hermetic-Pumpen has developed a comprehensive product series with which the company can satisfy practically all its customers’ requests but with shorter lead times. The ranges of canned motor pumps provide the basis for individually configurable pumps that, thanks to the huge number of possible combinations of the individual modules, are available in around 700,000,000 variations.

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Hermetic: Straight from production on board the aircraft

Monday, August 19th, 2013 von admin

Hermetic canned motor pumps are known for their high Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF). However, should a pump fail, the urgency of spare part delivery is particularly high. At worst, loss of production or downtime of entire plant sections is impending. To respond as quickly as possible, Hermetic optimised not only production, processing and packaging of urgent orders, but also their dispatch: Due to classification as “Known Consignor” by the Federal Aviation Office (Luftfahrt-Bundesamt), spare parts or complete pumps may be packed ready for airfreight and dispatched at the production site in Germany. Afterwards, a freight forwarder, who is also qualified, transports the goods from the factory directly to the aircraft.

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KSB: Pumps for Spanish solar power plant

Thursday, February 14th, 2013 von admin

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KSB delivered pumps for a solar thermal power plant located 60 kilometres south-east of Seville in Andalusia. The units in question were seven process pumps for pumping thermal oil at a drive rating of up to 315 kW, and four canned motor pumps with maximum 45 kW. All the units were built in accordance with the standards and specifications of the American Petroleum Institute (API). The pumps perform different tasks in the power plant.

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KSB: Pumps increase efficiency of wind turbines

Thursday, September 20th, 2012 von admin

Etaseco canned motor pumps are installed in the wind turbines’ cooling circuits where they take care of efficiently cooling the power electronics. Because of its compact design and low weight, but above all, because of its no-leakage feature, this pump type is ideally suited for the confined space conditions of a wind turbine nacelle and has proven its worth in numerous applications.

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Hermetic: World’s largest canned motor pump

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012 von admin

4,3 m heigh and a total weight of 7,3 tons

New motor series enables a power output up to 670 kW. Hermetic supplied the world’s largest canned motor pumps with a power output of 670 kW. The multistage vertical pumps in Tandem design are equipped with the latest motor generation series NO90.

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Canned motor pumps for the conveying of liquefied gases

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 von admin

More and more seal-less canned motor pumps are being employed for the conveying of liquefied gases. They are distinguished by operational safety, an extremely low level of noise, low life cycle costs and in particular by the high degree of environmental friendliness, alongside their compactness and easy installation. They are a safe alternative to conventional centrifugal pumps and magnetic drive pumps.

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