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Twin-screw pumps are most suitable for conveying high-viscosity fluids, and are widely used in bilge and sludge systems, F/O, D/O transfer systems, etc. in ships. As a professional manufacturer of twin-screw pumps, we provide quotations and technical support for marine screw pumps
For over 15 years, Dalian Baosteel Metallurgy has been focus on R&D of twin screw pump. According to different application scenarios, we develop different series of twin-screw pump patented products by giving full play to the characteristics of high efficiency and energy saving of twin-screw type pump. And we offer cost-effective custom designs for specific requirements.
Marine loading pumps, sweeping pumps, marine ballast pumps, main engine lubricating oil pumps, cargo oil pumps, etc. Customize your exclusive marine screw pump.
Marine twin-screw pump is a type of positive displacement pump. It has the advantages of smooth conveying, no pulsation, no stirring, low vibration, low noise, and strong self-priming performance. With the correct selection of materials and structures, it can convey lubricating or non-lubricating, clean or low-viscosity or low-viscosity containing solid particles. Various media with high viscosity, with or without corrosiveness. Shaft seals are available in various forms, with long service life, less leakage and a wide range of applications. It also has vertical and horizontal differences.
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The functioning of a ship is supported by various types of fluids that flow through the different machinery and systems within the ship for cooling, heating, lubrication and as fuel. These fluids are circulated through different types of pumps which can be independently driven by the ship’s power supply or connected to the machinery itself. All systems on board require proper operation and compatible pumps and pumping systems in order for the ship to sail smoothly.
Which type of pump to choose for a boat depends on the characteristics of the fluid to be pumped or circulated. These include properties such as viscosity, density, surface tension, and compressibility, and also need to be based on the characteristics of the pumping system, such as the demand rate of the fluid, the pressure head at which the fluid is pumped, the temperature encountered in the system, and the pressure at which the fluid is handled in the system, etc. .
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