ANSI B37.1 Pumps and Sliding Vane Pumps, USA.
The Heavy Duty Pump with solid shaft (no sleeve) conquers vibration and greatly extends seal, bearing and shaft life. It resists the forces of destructive vibration far better than any other general process pump, reducing costly shutdowns. Its oversized angular contact thrust bearings are standard for high thrust capability and eliminate any axial movement of the shaft. With minimal bearing overhang and the lowest L3/D4 stiffness ratio in the industry provides superior resistance to deflection.
These pumps have a number of vanes that are free to slide into or out of slots in the pump rotor. When the pump driver turns the rotor, centrifugal force, push rods, and/or pressurized fluid causes the vanes to move outward in their slots and bear against the inner bore of the pump casing forming pumping chambers. As the rotor revolves, fluid flows into the area between the vanes (pumping cambers) when they pass the suction port. This fluid is transported around the pump casing until the discharge port is reached. At this point the fluid is squeezed out into the discharge piping.
II.1.) TX, TXD1200, TXH
Cast iron transport pumps for clean, lubricating liquid petroleum products, biofuels or solvents, ...detail features.
II.2.) LG, LGL, TLGLF
Ductile iron, UL-listed pumps for LPG or NH3 transfer applications, ...detail features.
Ductile iron pumps for high volume transfer of non-corrosive liquids from thin solvents to heavy oils and molasses, ...detail features.
General purpose pumps with many seal and material options offering maximum versatility for handling a wide variety of clean, non-corrosive liquids, ...detail features.
Cast iron pumps for clean, non-corrosive industrial liquids and petroleum products, ...detail features.