Used Mono Progressive Cavity Pump Netzsch NM063BY03S18B
Introduced here is a used Mono Progressive Cavity Pump NM063BY03S18B that was produced by the well-known manufacturer Netzsch in 2009. This used Mono Progressive Cavity Pump ran in conjunction with a chamber filter press in a sewage treatment plant for the dewatering of sludge. In the meantime, the used Mono Progressive Cavity Pump has been dismantled and can be viewed in our warehouse in Sinsheim, Germany.
This used Mono Progressive Cavity Pump is driven by a 7,50 KW motor.
The minimum flow rate is 1.5 and the maximum flow rate 14 m3/h. The conveying pressure is 10 bar, which is ideal for conveying sludge. Maximum temperature 25°C.
The approximate dimensions and weight of the used Mono Progressive Cavity Pump are as follows:
- Length 2500 mm
- Width 400 mm
- Height 500 mm
- and the weight is approx. 200 kg.
A documentation in German is available.
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|Name:||Used Progressive Cavity Pump|
|Driving force:||7,50 kW|
|Max. operating temperature:||25°|
|Dimensions:||L 2500 mm x W 400 mm x H 500 mm|
|Empty weight:||Approx. 200 Kg|
|Speed:||45 - 249|
|Flow rate:||1,5 - 14,0 m3/h|
|Operating voltage:||400 V.|
|Type of protection:||IP55|
|Technical documentation:||In German|
Used Mono Progressive Cavity Pump
Progressive Cavity Pumps, also called Eccentric Screw Pumps are used in all industries for continuous promotion of virtually all media. Specifically designed for viscous media as slurries, liquid manure, oil and fats, the eccentric screw pump finds its use.
Functional principle of a Used Mono Progressive Cavity Pump
All eccentric screw pumps belong to the group of rotary displacement pumps. The characteristic feature of these pumps is the special design and arrangement of the two conveying elements, the rotor and the stator.
As a result of the different number of rotations of the rotor and the stator, a chamber is formed which opens and closes in a continuous sequence during the rotational movement of the rotor, the material to be conveyed being continuously transported from the suction side to the pressure side.
Due to the result of the geometrical design and the constant contact between the two conveying elements, sealing lines are produced, which provide an absolute seal between the suction side and the pressure side in any position of the eccentric screw, even at a standstill. Due to this closure between the suction side and the pressure side, the pump receives its high absorbency.
However, it should be noted that on abrasive media, the wear is very high. This can lead to high operating costs.