TR - Drum Transfer Pumps
Drum transfer chemical pumps are applied to pumping acids and alkalis, neutral and aggressive media.
Drum transfer pumps (pumps for drums) are small-sized and particularly suitable for pumping solvents and aggressive liquids out of containers. This pump immersed into liquid does not need an internal mechanical seal that is usually worn. In addition, its design prevents any leakage of fluid, even accidental one, to be collected in the tank.
TR drum transfer pump is available with either electric or pneumatic motor. Open impeller provides continuous pumping clean corrosive liquids having apparent viscosity of up to 600 cPs with 550-watt electric ATEX pneumatic motor and 900 cPs with 800-watt electric motor.
A distinctive feature of our drum pumps is that, in contrast to similar pumps, there are no mechanical seals in their design. Therefore, it greatly increases their reliability
- Available in PP, PVDF, AISI 316
- Available with either electric or pneumatic motor
- Suitable for corrosive liquids
- Adjustable flow rate (pneumatic version)
- Dip tube length 900 mm - 1200 mm
- No mechanical seals
- Viscosity up to 600 cPs
- Flow rate up to 90 l/min
- Portable and easily dismantled
- Price /quality balance
In the left part of the image show two embodiments appearance drum pumps TR (to the motor and the air motor). The right side shows the internal structure of the pump.
These drum transfer pumps consist of a dip tube, at the end of which there is the open impeller fitted to the drive shaft. The last one is connected to the pump by means of a ring nut. At the same time transmission is provided by a shaft coupling.
Interpretation of the designation of pumps Debem TR
Here is an example of a pump designation: TR PH-1200-EL
- TR - a series of pumps
- P - pump part of polypropylene (F - PTFE, A - AISI 316 stainless steel).
- H - Hastelloy pump shaft (S - stainless steel)
- 1200 is the length of the immersion part in mm (it can also be 900 mm).
- EL - with electric motor (PN - with air motor)
The temperature of the pumped liquid should be from 0 to +65 °C - for the polypropylene version or up to + 95 °C for the polyvinylidene fluoride version of PVDF or stainless steel. The permissible fluid viscosity for an electric motor is 800 W up to 900 cps, and for an electric motor 500 W and for an air motor 250 W a viscosity up to 600 cps.
EXAMPLE OF INSTALLATION