Product/Service

Disc Pump

Source: Discflo Corporation
Disc Pump
The disc pump uses a non-impingement device, known as the discpac, to pump product based on the principle of boundary layer/viscous drag

The disc pump uses a non-impingement device, known as the discpac, to pump product based on the principle of boundary layer/viscous drag, generating a laminar, pulsation-free flow. The disc pumps are individually configured to meet particular needs by varying the number, size and spacing of the discs in the Discpac. The unit's design can handle:

  • Severely abrasive fluids with minimum wear
  • Fluids with high volumes of entrained air/gas
  • Slurries with solids content up to 80% +
  • Oil/water mixes without emulsification
  • Large and stringy solids without clogging

The product being pumped reportedly makes little to no contact with the pump, producing almost zero wear on the pump even in severely abrasive service and little to no damage or emulsification to shear sensitive and delicate products.

Specifications include:

  • Discpac diameters: 8-20-in. [203-508mm]
  • Working pressure: to 1400psi [95atm]
  • Operating temperatures: to 1000°F [523°C]
  • Hydraulic flow capacities: 2-10,000 GPM [0.5-2250 m3/h]
  • Discharge pressures: up to 1000+ ft
  • Drivers: electric, diesel, hydraulic, air
  • Suction pressures: low NSPHr
  • Viscosities: to 300,000 cps
  • Pump speeds: to 3600 rpm
  • Solids size: to 10 in. [250 mm]

The pump comes in the following models: direct-couples, frame-mounted, close-coupled, submersible, sump, dry pit and cantilever.

Discflo, 1817 John Towers Ave.,E1 Cajon, CA 92020 Tel: 619-596-3181 Fax:: 619/449-1990

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