Which Pump Is Used To Transport LPG?

A twin-screw pump can be used for conveying liquefied petroleum gas. Many companies use vane pumps to transport LPG. The vane pump has the advantage of being cheap, but the vane pump itself has obvious shortcomings, including insufficient flow, inability to absorb liquefied gas, short service life, easy damage to mechanical seals, and loud noise.

The medium conveyed by the twin-screw pump is stable. Due to the non-contact of the spiral profile, the noise is low and the service life is long. Our company has also carried out a lot of technical research and development according to the working conditions of the customer’s transportation of LPG, realizing the rapid replacement of seals and rapid adjustment. Effective measures such as helical clearance.

 

Our twin screw LPG pump application introduction:

The pump is a single-suction cantilever structure of a twin-screw pump; in this structure, the two screws of the pump do not contact each other in the bushing, and a constant gap is maintained between the tooth sides. 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.

It is used for infusion work such as unloading, filling, and pouring tanks. When being used in a gas station, it is suitable for the LPG filling station process system pump equipped with above-ground and underground storage tanks; it is mainly used in the urban liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) filling station as a ground suction pump to supply LPG to the gas dispenser; It can also be used in residential gas supply and other places where LPG needs to be pumped from underground tanks

 

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