Peristaltic pumps for aggressive medium used in chemical manufacturing
The peristaltic pumps for used in chemical manufacturing used to transport thick or abrasive substances (such as sewage and chemical substances). The peristaltic pump is like squeezing a hose filled with fluid with your fingers, and moves forward as your fingers slide the fluid in the tube forward. The peristaltic pumps for pumping aggressive medium is also based on this principle, but the finger is replaced by a roller. The fluid is pumped by alternately squeezing and releasing the elastic delivery hose of the pump. Just like squeezing a hose with two fingers, as the fingers move, negative pressure is formed in the tube and the liquid flows along with it. Some corrosive liquids will invade and decompose and damage mechanical pumps such as impeller pumps, while peristaltic pumps can replace pump tubes of different materials to deliver different types of liquids, such as strong water, sulfuric acid and other organic solvents.
In a standard pump, the fluid flows directly through the internal structure of the pump. In peristaltic pumps for pumping aggressive medium, the medium does not come into direct contact with the pump. Instead, the medium is contained in a thick hose. There is no need to replace the entire pump. If necessary, simply replace the hose regularly.
The peristaltic pumps for used in chemical manufacturing depends on the inner rotor. As the rotor rotates, the boots and the weight move up and down rhythmically. These shoes compress the hose and force each shoe into a new position, allowing fluid to flow from one end of the hose to the other. Depending on the size and design of the pump, the shoes can be placed in a straight line or along a 360-degree circle.
The peristaltic pumps for used in chemical manufacturing common in industrial and production facilities that handle chemicals and other corrosive substances. These pumps are usually used for sewage treatment because they are better equipped than standard pumps and can handle thick sludge associated with the field. Hose pumps can also be used for cement pumping and mining applications.
One of the main advantages of using hose pumps is that there is almost no risk of leakage. Liquid remains in the hose, so there is no need to seal the pump. There is no risk of reverse flight when these pumps are in operation, eliminating pollution problems. Because there is no fluid in contact with the pump, the pump will not corrode or rust.
The peristaltic pumps for pumping aggressive medium can use relatively small pumps to transport large amounts of material. It also requires little maintenance. When a problem occurs, the operator does not need to disassemble the peristaltic pump, just replace the hose. Compared with standard pumps, the internal working principle of the pump is longer protected from moisture, corrosion and wear.