The LPG gas pump is mainly used in urban liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) filling stations as ground suction pumps to supply LPG to gas dispensers; it can also be used in residential gas supply and other places where LPG needs to be pumped from underground tanks.
Stable conveying pressure and constant flow rate. No pulsation or stirring medium, continuous and smooth supply.
Low noise and long life
Low vibration, no direct mechanical wear, low noise and long service life.
Excellent self-priming performance. Even if the conveyed medium has a high viscosity.
Convey extremely high-viscosity chemical materials and transport medium in high temperature, corrosion, etc.
The screw pump is by far one of the most ideal conveying pumps for conveying high viscosity, gas-liquid mixed, and liquefied medium.
a. This LPG pump is a single-suction cantilever structure of a twin-screw pump. It is a small flow pump fit for transferring LPG in gas station.
b. In this structure, the two screws of the LPG pump do not contact each other in the bushing, and a constant gap is maintained between the tooth sides.
c. The transmission of the two screws is completed by synchronous gears. There is separate lubrication in the gearbox, separated from the working chamber of the pump.
This twin screw pump is used for conveying liquids such as unloading, filling, and pouring tanks.
When used in the filling station, it is used as the process system pump of the LPG filling station equipped with the above-ground and underground storage tanks.
This LPG pump is mainly used as a ground suction pump in the urban LPG filling station to supply the gas filling machine. LPG; can also be used in residential gas supply and other places where LPG needs to be pumped from underground tanks.
Performance range of
1. Flow: 0.1~100 m3/h
2. Inlet pressure: allowable maximum negative pressure -0.08 MPa
3. Outlet pressure: ≤ 3.0 MPa
4. Suction height: 5~7 m
5. Speed: 700~1500 r/min
The import and export direction of the LPG pump is determined by the user. If there are no special requirements, our company recommends the structure of top-in and last-out (code “i”).
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