Vogelsang has launched two new industrial pump collection, the EP and VY sequence rotary lobe pumps for media with excessive calls for.
The EP series from Vogelsang is designed for excessive situations and constant excessive pressures.
Both the EP collection and the VY series are produced from a single-piece housing designed for optimum circulate. The pumps could be outfitted with a variety of sealing techniques, making them flexibly deployable in demanding areas as the oil, gas and chemical industries.
The EP series from Vogelsang is designed for extreme circumstances and fixed excessive pressures. A heavy-duty gearbox allows for a uniform strain output of up to 18 bar. The pumps encompass one-piece housing and reliably pump even abrasive, chemically aggressive and explosive move media at temperatures of as a lot as 200° C. Helical gears in the gearbox guarantee easy performance and cut back noise emissions. Pulsation-free conveying reduces wear on the adjacent pipeline to a minimum.
Vogelsang has additionally outfitted its EP sequence with an AirGap for high operational reliability. digital pressure gauge separates the gearbox and pump chamber, ensuring that in the event of a leak, liquid will drain off to the skin rather than leaking into the gearbox. The AirGap additionally protects the gearbox when pumping sizzling media.
With the VY series, Vogelsang has further developed its VX sequence, opening up new areas of utility. The pumps have a flow-optimised one-piece housing and completely different seals can be used in quite a lot of methods in the new housing depending on industry-specific standards and requirements. The VY series’ versatility makes it appropriate to be used within the chemical trade, as well as within the paper and textile sectors. The VY pumps’ performance spectrum ranges from 1 m³/h to a hundred and twenty m³/h at a maximum strain of 10 bar.
Vogelsang will current its EP and VY sequence for the first time to a broad trade audience at ACHEMA in Frankfurt, which takes place from 22-26 August 2022.