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    5.5 hp (4 kW) Screw Pump, 380V

    $3,149.37
    Screw type pump with 5.5 hp power and 380V voltage for sale online. Flange inlet of screw pump is 65 mm and outlet is 50 mm. Coupling prevent the connected parts of mono screw pump from being subjected to excessive load and play a role in overload protection.
    SKU: ATO-SP-055HP
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    Delivery date: 10-12 days

    Single screw pump is used in all fields widely to feed kinds of medium, running at a constant pressure continuously, without pulse and damage when feeding medium, and change the gauging aim through adjusting rotation speed.

    Features:

    • Small mechanical vibration, no pulsation, stable operation.
    • Besides can transport all kinds of fluid medium, can also transport high viscous medium.
    • Flow is proportional to speed, with the help of the governor can realize the amount of automatic regulation.

    Specification:

    • Model: G35-2
    • Voltage: 380V
    • Power: 5.5 hp (4 kW)
    • Flow Rate: 8 m3/h
    • Pressure: 1.2 MPa
    • Max Speed: 960 r/min
    • NPSH: 4m
    • Suction Flange Diameter: 65 mm
    • Discharge Flange Diameter: 50 mm
    • Max Granule Size: 3 mm
    • Max Fibre Size: 40 mm

    Structure:

    Screw pump structure

    1. outlet 2. pull bar 3. stator 4. screw shaft
    5. gimbal 6. inlet 7. connect shaft 8. stuff seat
    9. stuff gland 10. bearing house 11. bearing 12. gearing shaft
    13. bearing cover 14. coupling 15. base plate 16. motor

    Tips: What is Difference Between Gear Pump and Screw Pump?

    The main difference between gear pumps and screw pumps is the way they move fluid through the pump. In a gear pump, the fluid is moved by the rotation of two or more gears, which mesh together and create a pumping action. In a screw pump, the fluid is moved by the rotation of a screw-like rotor within a stator, which creates a series of sealed chambers that move the fluid through the pump.

    Another difference between the two types of pumps is their efficiency and pressure capabilities. Generally speaking, screw pumps are more efficient than gear pumps, especially at higher pressures. Screw pumps are also better at handling viscous fluids, while gear pumps are better suited for lower viscosity fluids.

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