Posts Tagged ‘PTFE’

Elbow pump made from plastic

Monday, June 18th, 2018 von admin

The use of elbow pumps is always indicated when large flow rates are to be pumped to low heads. This requires a propeller-like impeller with both axial inlet and outlet, which guides the out warding flow into a pipe bend. This geometry then allows the introduction of a long projecting pump shaft in the pipe bend up to the impeller. The bearing of the pump shaft takes place outside the pumping chamber and must be generously dimensioned in the axial direction. The adjustment of the delivery head is usually done with a belt drive between the pump shaft and motor. The new ROPP model – showcased at Achema 2018 – of the Germany based pump manufacturer Wernert is also based on this classic pump concept, but with a few additional technical features that should be of interest to the experts and pump users in the chemical industries:

Richter named most valuable supplier by Wanhua Chemical Group

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 von admin

Richter Chemie-Technik GmbH, a leading manufacturer of fluoropolymer lined pumps and valves, has been awarded by Wanhua Chemical Group, as one of its most promising suppliers of the year.

Over the past years Wanhua Chemical Group, the world’s largest producer of MDI (Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate) has been experiencing rapid domestic and global growth. As one of Wanhua’s top suppliers for critical equipment for more than 10 years, Richter’s global presence has contributed to the expansion of Wanhua with pumps and valves for the most corrosive applications. Reliable quality and top notch service have been key to our long standing cooperation.

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