Wangen Eccentric Screw Pumps (Mono Pump)
Wangen Pump; It is a positive displacement eccentric screw pump. In the transfer of products up to 3,000,000 cp viscosity value, it can successfully transfer the product without wearing, crushing and changing the viscosity value. Wangen Pumps are used successfully in many different industries all over the world and in Turkey. To mention the main industries; Wangen Pumps are used to transport high dry matter contents and to convey the fluid from the fermenter to the process.
Wangen Pumps are used to transport high dry matter contents and to convey the fluid from the fermenter to the process.
Advantages of WANGEN Pumps in Biogas process;
Very good mixing of solid ingredients by the pump (less mixing requirement in the fermenter)
Many fermenters can be connected to a single feed pump
Wangen Pumps are used for dosing flocculant chemicals and transferring dewatered sludge in the best mixing of solid manure or difficult solid materials such as grass, grass silage.
Mono pumps, which provide a linear, smooth and measurable flow, operate silently and without vibration. The most important features can be expressed as that they maintain continuity and do not create turbulence. Accordingly, it is not possible for mono pumps to change the viscosity of the fluid in it, since it does not perform compression on the product.
Mono pumps, also known as screw pumps, screw pumps or worm screw pumps, are based on the principle of transferring the fluid of a metal auger that moves in the worm screw logic with the help of the power transferred from the electric motor. In the meantime, special auxiliary elements are used for mono pumps. As in many positive displacement pumps, the shaft drive is made from the gearbox output in mono pumps. Each mono pump model; minimum and maximum operating speeds are determined in the performance tables of the pumps. Optimum efficiency is tried to be achieved by choosing the most suitable engine power and gear unit speed for the capacity-pressure values required by the user. While making these choices, the viscosity, abrasiveness and process pressure of the fluid become decisive.
Mono pumps, which provide a linear, smooth and measurable flow, operate silently and without vibration. The most important features can be expressed as maintaining continuity and not creating turbulence. Accordingly, it is not possible for mono pumps to change the viscosity of the fluid in it, since it does not perform compression on the product.
Mono pumps, also known as worm pumps, screw pumps or worm pumps; It is based on the principle of transferring the fluid of a metal auger moving in the worm screw logic with the help of the power transferred from the electric motor. In the meantime, special auxiliary elements are used for mono pumps. Shaft drive in mono pumps, as in many positive displacement pumps; It is done from the reducer output. Each mono pump model; minimum and maximum operating speeds are determined in the performance tables of the pumps. Optimum efficiency is tried to be achieved by choosing the most suitable motor power and gear unit speed for the capacity-pressure values required by the user. While making these choices, the viscosity, abrasiveness and process pressure of the fluid become decisive.
What is Mono Pump?
Many types of pumps, which are frequently used in our daily life and in almost every field of industry, have been developed. Mono pumps have a special place among volumetric pumps as pumps where the flow of the liquid is in the direction of the rotational axis. The liquid moves from the suction channel to the discharge channel in the helical channels of the moving screw (rotor) or the screws rotating in contact with each other. Mono pumps can operate at high speeds such as Q=120 m3/hour and between 3.5-300 bar.
What Does a Mono Pump Do?
Mono pumps are one of the first pump types that come to mind when it comes to difficult fluid transfer. Mono pumps are preferred because they offer good solutions in the transfer of viscous, abrasive, sticky, solid particles and similar fluids in general. Users have become quite familiar with mono pumps, as many industrial applications require the transfer of such fluids. Mono pumps with AISI and cast body options; If rotor and stator materials are selected appropriately, they can be used efficiently in many different processes and fluid transfer. Being able to be driven between maximum and minimum operating speeds by using auxiliary equipment is of great importance in terms of responding to different pressure and capacity needs that occur during application. Mono pumps become very good choices if the capacity of the transferred fluid is desired to be changed using frequency inverters at different stages of the application.
How Does a Mono Pump Work?
Mono pumps have stabilization-oriented working principles. Thus, they are suitable for transferring low and high viscosity fluids, as well as suitable products for the transfer of abrasive, sticky, foaming and crushing-sensitive fluids. They generally succeed in preserving the quality of both the products and the system by preventing the foaming or over-watering of solid or semi-solid fluids. Thanks to their advantageous features, they manage to transfer fluids without any problems even in the most difficult application conditions in different sectors.
What are the Advantages of Mono Pump?
The spaces between the mono pump rotor and stator folds are designed to allow the transfer of fluid with solid particles. Depending on these features, mono pumps offer the opportunity to transfer surface sensitive products without damaging them. Mono pump sealing is provided by using mechanical or soft packing and the criterion for this selection is accepted as the property of the transferred fluid. Soft packing can be used according to the fluid properties, or it is possible to choose special mechanical packing.
Where is Mono Pump Used?
Mono pumps have a wide usage area, especially in various industrial branches where viscous and heavy liquids are sucked and pumped. It is used successfully in ships, in the industrial sector where synthetic liquids are produced and pumped, in various chemical industries, in the crude oil and petroleum products industry, in various food industries and in some hydraulic circuits.
What are the Features of PTFE Tape?
Mono pumps have different capacity options, with a maximum of 300 m³/h. They can operate at high pressures, up to a maximum of 72 bar. They have wide rotation ranges at high and constant temperatures of -30°C – +300°C. They are suitable for the transfer of both low and high viscosity fluids. They can be used to transfer abrasive, sticky, foaming and crushing sensitive fluids. It has the characteristics of providing linear and smooth, fluctuating, measurable flow. They work without vibration and silently. They provide continuous flow with self-vacuum. They are also resistant to all kinds of wear and corrosion.
What are Mono Pump Usage Areas?
Mono pump can be used in many different sectors.
- In the purification sector;
In the treatment of water and waste water; polyelectrolyte, lime, etc. for the transmission of chemical solution solutions and all kinds of treatment sludge, for feeding band filterpress and filterpress sludge,
In the chemical industry;
- Phosphoric acid,
- Liquid fuel,
- For the promotion of chemicals such as caustic and alum,
In the chemical industry;
- Dairy products,
- Honey, fruit pulp processing, canning, jam, hazelnut paste, butter processes,
- animal feed production,
- Beverage, syrup and chocolate production,
- For the transfer and promotion of viscous liquids under hygienic conditions in sugar, molasses production and meat puree processes,
In other sectors;
- In the promotion of water containing solids such as sand and clay in mining,
- In the disposal of bilge wastes in the maritime sector,
- It can be used in applications where viscous liquids are present in the paper, pharmaceutical and ceramics industries.
What are the Mono Pump Types?
Mono pump is also known as screw pump, viscous pump, spiral pump, progressive cavity pump or directly depending on the type of fluid it works with, jam pump, concrete pump, paint pump, chocolate pump, waste water pump, mud pump according to its usage areas in different sectors.
Mono pumps consist of a stator made of rubber or a material selected in accordance with the characteristics of the work to be used, and a helical rotor rotating in this stator. The rotor in question is made of stainless steel, it is manufactured from special steel and hardened according to the characteristics of the fluid to be transported, and can be chrome plated if desired.