Hydrogen peroxide discharge pump can transport various corrosive media such as acids, alkalis, salts, strong oxidants, etc.
Overview of corrosion-resistant fluoroplastic centrifugal pumps
Fluoroplastic alloy centrifugal pumps can transport various corrosive media such as acids, alkalis, salts, strong oxidants, etc., at any concentration for a long time under the temperature of -80-150 degrees. The casing and flow parts are all F46 Made of fluorine alloy, it combines the advantages of a variety of fluoroplastics, has strong corrosion resistance, and has the advantages of high mechanical strength, no aging, and no toxin decomposition. The product has high mechanical strength, reasonable design, compact structure, reliable performance, convenient use and maintenance, smooth flow channel, high efficiency, and energy saving. It won the "National Science and Technology Award".
Corrosion resistant fluoroplastic centrifugal pump mechanical seal
Fluoroplastic alloy centrifugal pump, all flow parts are made of fluoroplastic alloy, compact structure, simple operation and low price. The two types of pump casings, impellers, mechanical seals, etc. can be used interchangeably, so they are very popular among users.
Corrosion resistant fluoroplastic centrifugal pump use
The fluoroplastic alloy centrifugal pump adopts the current advanced externally mounted PTFE bellows mechanical seal, which is characterized by the ability to compensate for the radial runout of the pump shaft, single-end seal externally mounted, easy to install and unload, intuitive working status, corrosion-resistant and wear-resistant sealing performance , With multi-layer protection, it prolongs the service life of the mechanical seal; for transporting corrosive media with impurity particles, it can be equipped with a single-end hard-to-hard (silicon carbide to silicon carbide) mechanical seal without cooling water, strong alkali and hydrofluoric acid Special corrosive media are equipped with pressureless sintered silicon carbide seals; users need to consider the solid content in the media and the special corrosiveness of the media when selecting models.