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VEY-VNY - designed for high temperature applications

Single or multistage pump with submerged casing and throttle bushing for high temperature

Design

Single or multistage pump with submerged casing and throttle bushing for molten salt, molten sulphur, hydrocarbon, smelted nitrate, ...

Specific features for high temperatures
- Efficient heat shield and barrier fan protect the pump bearings to increase pump life
- Sealing is achieved through a maintenance-free pressure throttling device
- Fan-cooled bearing

Standard features
- Single or multi-stage with closed impeller(s),stages bolted together for structure integrity
- Keyed impeller(s) for proper transmission of torque loadings
- Side discharge through sump head offering a compact and structural strong configuration
- Thrust bearing oil-lubricated, thrust loads fully isolated from the motor
- Column bearings lubricated by the pumped liquid or lubrication by external liquid (optional)
- Bearing material dependent on liquid pumped : PEEK,...
- Diffuser / turbine hydraulic designs eliminate radial loads on column bearings

Options :
- With Inducer to meet low NPSH requirements
- Bearing cooling with external heat exchanger
- Sole plate (optional)
- Line shaft with enclosing tube (optional)


Performances

- Capacity : up to 10000 m³/h (44030 US gpm)
- Total head : up to 350 m (1150 ft)
- Maximum operating pressure : 50 bar (725 PSI)
- Operating temperature range : up to 600° C (up to 1,112° F)
- Maximum length : 16m
- Higher capacities and heads upon request


Standard Materials

- Materials as per API standards : I1, S1, S5, S6, C6, A8, D1, D2
- Other materials available upon request


Industrial Applications

- Sulphur application (molten sulphur)
- Solar plant application (molten salt)
- Refineries (hydrocarbons)


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