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Centrifugal Pump

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Motor Horsepower1 HP
StagesSingle Stage
Motor PhaseSingle Phase
MaterialCast Iron
Application/UsageFor Agricultural Usage
ColorBlue
PhaseSingle Phase
Maximum Head35
Maximum Discharge Flow14-28 LPM
Motor Speed2800 RPMA
Power SourceElectric
Cooling MethodWater Cooled
FeaturesThe primary feature is the ability to self-prime, meaning the pump can evacuate air from the suction
Pump Size1 HP
Head21-35 M
Capacity28 LPM
Speed2800 RPM
Temperature55
Power240 V
Warranty RequiredYes
Country of OriginMade in India

A centrifugal pump is a type of dynamic pump that uses an impeller to rotate and move fluid through a piping system. It is one of the most common types of pumps used in various industries for applications such as water supply, irrigation, wastewater treatment, chemical processing, and more. Here are the key features and workings of a centrifugal pump:
Key Features:
Impeller: The heart of a centrifugal pump is its impeller, a rotating component with blades or vanes. The impeller imparts kinetic energy to the fluid by its rotation.
Casing: The impeller is housed in a casing, which is a stationary chamber that surrounds the impeller. The casing helps direct the flow of fluid and converts kinetic energy into pressure.
Inlet and Outlet: Centrifugal pumps have an inlet where fluid enters the pump, and an outlet where the pressurized fluid is discharged. The fluid is drawn into the pump by the rotating action of the impeller.
Axial and Radial Flow: Depending on the design, centrifugal pumps can have axial flow (fluid moves parallel to the pump shaft) or radial flow (fluid moves perpendicular to the pump shaft).
Seals and Bearings: Centrifugal pumps often include seals to prevent leakage and bearings to support the rotating shaft and reduce friction.
Working Principle:
Centrifugal Force: As the impeller rotates, it imparts centrifugal force to the fluid, causing it to move radially outward.
Creation of Low Pressure: This outward movement of fluid creates a region of low pressure at the center (eye) of the impeller.
Fluid Inlet: The low-pressure area at the impeller's eye draws fluid into the pump through the inlet.
Centrifugal Action: The rotating impeller accelerates the fluid, converting its kinetic energy into potential energy.
Conversion to Pressure: As the fluid moves through the casing, the change in shape and velocity results in an increase in pressure.
Fluid Discharge: The pressurized fluid is then forced out of the pump through the outlet and into the piping system.
Advantages:
Simple Design: Centrifugal pumps have a relatively simple design, making them easy to install and maintain.
Wide Range of Applications: They are suitable for a variety of applications and can handle different types of fluids, including liquids with suspended solids.
High Flow Rates: Centrifugal pumps are known for their ability to deliver high flow rates.
Cost-Effective: Compared to some other types of pumps, centrifugal pumps can be cost-effective for certain applications.
Considerations:
Priming: Centrifugal pumps may need to be primed (filled with fluid) before they can start pumping.
Not Self-Priming: Some centrifugal pumps are not self-priming, meaning they need to be filled with fluid initially for proper operation.
Viscosity Limitations: They may not be suitable for handling highly viscous fluids.
When selecting a centrifugal pump, it's important to consider factors such as flow rate, head (pressure), efficiency, and the specific requirements of the application. Regular maintenance, including checking seals and bearings, is crucial for ensuring the pump's longevity and optimal performance.
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  • Item Code: 6712
  • Production Capacity: 250
  • Delivery Time: SAME DAY
  • Packaging Details: The box is designed to protect the pump from external elements and provide structural support during transportation.Within the box, the pump may be further secured with padding or packaging material to prevent movement and minimize the risk of damage during transit. Clear instructions on how to handle the package, especially in terms of orientation during transport, may be included to prevent any damage to the pump.
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Cast Iron Centrifugal Pump

Cast Iron Centrifugal Pump
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    Motor Horsepower1 HP
    StagesSingle Stage
    Motor PhaseSingle Phase
    MaterialCast Iron
    Application/UsageFor Water Treatment Plants
    Maximum Head12M
    Motor Speed2800RKM
    Country of OriginMade in India

    A cast iron centrifugal pump is a type of pump that is specifically constructed using cast iron as the primary material for its casing. Centrifugal pumps are widely used for various applications, including water supply, industrial processes, irrigation, and more. The choice of cast iron as the material for the pump casing offers several advantages:

    1. Durability: Cast iron is known for its strength and durability, making it suitable for applications where the pump may be exposed to challenging conditions or harsh environments.

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    • Production Capacity: 250
    • Delivery Time: SAME DAY
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