Plastic Centrifugal Pumps from Speck-Pumpen

04.06.2002

Plastic Centrifugal Pumps of the BC Series are designed for chemically neutral as well as many chemically non-neutral liquids. The glass fibre reinforced polypropylene parts in direct contact with the pumping medium guarantee extensive corrosion resistance together with high strength. Many watery acids and bases can be pumped as long as they can be handled by means of a single action mechanical seal. Thereby the limits for pressure and temperature should be likewise observed, e.g. viscosity and density.

Because of the great variety of chemically non-neutral liquid mixtures, functional suitability cannot always be predicted with absolute precision. Furthermore, the composition of some pumping mediums will remain unknown (e.g. because of trade secrets.) The manufacturer recommend to test the suitability under normal operating conditions in a separate trial run.

Fields of application:

The pumping of neutral and also many non-neutral liquids as e.g. acids and bases, watery solutions without abrasive content e.g. as in

  • Surface technology
  • Environmental technolgy
  • Lab technology
  • Plastics industry
  • Rubber industry
  • Food processing and luxury food industries
  • Process engineering (Process technology
  • Water treament

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