New NETZCH pump designed to tackle difficult jobs
A new pump from NETZCH Pumps North America designed for difficult pumping applications in a range of industries can convey both fluids and solids.
The housing of the NEMO BO Open Hopper Progressing Cavity Pump is designed with an enlarged rectangular hopper, a force feed chamber and an integrated feeding screw in the hopper. Continuous low-pulsation conveyance is unaffected by fluctuations in pressure and viscosity, and the pump provides continuous, pressure-stable pumping of a variety of media.
Since the shape of the cavities is constant, the pumped product is not compressed.
The pumps, also suitable as submersible pumps in wells and with open-end connections for emptying barrels, have potential applications in the beverage, food, cosmetic, biotech and chemical industries.
NEMO pumps are available with conveying elements in four different rotor/stator geometries. All other components are identical. This means that if the flow rate or pressure of an already installed NEMO progressing cavity pump is subsequently changed, it can be adapted to the new operating conditions by replacing the rotor and stator.
The pumps are available in a range of metallic metals to highly acid-resistant materials such as Duplex, Hastelloy and titanium, as well as ceramics, plastics, and elastomers for aggressive and abrasive applications.