In order to meet the growing customer demands our team has been doing their best since was founded in 1996. Introducing new modifications to the domestic market every year, a broad wealth of experience in designing unique pumping equipment has been gained, and a large number of complex technical challenges have been solved.
Below are some of the most common modifications of chemical and petrochemical pumps.
HIGH INLET PRESSURE PUMPS
Company «Hydrogas» manufactures hermetic pumps which can be operated at high inlet pressure (up to 63 atm.), ambient temperature from -60 to +50°C and pumped medium temperature up to +250°C.
The pumps have an in-built cyclone separator, which prevents the solid inclusions from getting in the bushings. The pumps can be installed in oil trunk pipelines and other technological positions.
PUMPS WITH V-BELT DRIVES
The main direction of modern pump engineering development defined by the needs of the petrochemical industry and nuclear power engineering is perfect compliance with existing technical and safety regulations, unification of equipment, nonstandard H-Q characteristics, operation in explosive areas and seismic resistance.
Equipping the standard pump with a V-belt drive gives the following advantages:
PUMPS FOR HIGH-TEMPERATURE MEDIA
Due to technological specifics oil-processing companies often have to deal with high-temperature petroleum products (+250...400°С). The companies usually use expensive oil pumps with double face seals and a complex liquid-cooling system.
However, a more reasonable alternative would be to use hermetic pumps with magnetic couplings with an original design of thermobarriers including ceramic parts, extra ribbing, forced convection, etc.
Temperature stabilized SmCo magnets guarantee reliable work of magnetic couplings throughout the entire life cycle of the pump.