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    10 HP (7.5kW) Hot Oil Pump

    10hp (7.5 kW) thermic oil pump with heat conduction pump head and belt coupling. Oil pump is used in transporting in high temperature liquid without solid particles. Centrifugal hot oil pump has an internal impeller drive rod seal combination. Working temperature of oil pump between -20℃ and 350 ℃.
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    The key characteristic of hot oil pumps is their ability to maintain the desired temperature while efficiently circulating the thermal fluid through a closed-loop system.


    • Corrosion Resistance. Pumps used for hot oil applications are typically made from materials that resist corrosion, ensuring the longevity of the pump in harsh operating conditions.
    • Robust Construction. Hot oil pumps are built to be robust and durable, with materials chosen to withstand the thermal stresses associated with high-temperature operations.
    • Efficiency. Hot oil pumps are engineered for high efficiency to minimize energy consumption while effectively circulating the heat transfer fluid through the system.


    • Model: RY65-40-200
    • Voltage: 380V
    • Power: 10 HP (7.5 kW)
    • Material: cast iron
    • Head: 48m
    • Capacity: 30 m3/h
    • Speed: 2900 r/min
    • Efficiency: 62%
    • Motor: 132S2
    • Seal Method: packing seal
    • Working Temperature: -20 ℃ ~ 350℃


    Hot oil pump structure

    1. Pump Casing 2. Impeller Nut 3. Impeller 4. Pump Cover
    5. Pump Shaft 6. Bearing 7. Bearing Casing 8. Oil-conducting Pipe
    9. Bearing's Press Cover 10. Bear Frame 11. Packing Seal  


    Hot oil pump application

    Tips: What are the advantages of hot oil pump?

    • High Temperature Handling. Hot oil pumps are designed to handle very high temperatures, often up to 350℃ (662℉) or higher. This makes them ideal for processes requiring significant heat, such as in chemical processing, oil refineries, and food manufacturing.
    • Thermal Stability. These pumps maintain thermal stability under continuous operation, ensuring consistent performance and reliability even in demanding conditions. This stability is crucial for maintaining the integrity and efficiency of thermal systems.
    • Energy Efficiency. Hot oil pumps are engineered for energy efficiency, reducing operational costs over time. They often feature designs that minimize heat loss and improve the overall efficiency of heat transfer systems.
    • Reduced Corrosion and Fouling. Compared to steam systems, hot oil systems using these pumps typically experience less corrosion and fouling, leading to longer equipment lifespan and reduced maintenance needs.
    • Safety. They eliminate the need for pressurized systems required by steam, reducing the risk of explosions and enhancing workplace safety. The non-pressurized nature of hot oil systems also simplifies installation and operation.
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