Netzsch FSIP - Progressive Cavity PC Pump
- Positive Displacement
- Low Shear
- Mechanically Sealed
- Progressive Cavity
Netzsch NEMO Progressive Cavity PC Pumps in FSIP® design can be used in any area of industry where a great variety of different substances must be pumped or very precisely dosed. The FSIP® concept of the NEMO® Progressive Cavity Pump is especially interesting where pumps are installed in wear intensive applications requiring more service and maintenance work. Every time the installer' s workload is eased, additional work steps are avoided and maintenance time is reduced, this enables savings in terms of capacities and costs. The FSIP® pump is designed in a way that the housing itself functions as support and orientation guideline. The special design enables that each part automatically fits into its destination. Positioning is done automatically without further adjustments. Therefore the change of all wear parts takes less than half of the time required so far. In block construction with a flanged drive, this NEMO® pump is particularly compact and economical. The pump also differentiates itself by means of low investment and operating costs. In FSIP® design the pump can help to safe even more maintenance costs and costs caused by down times. Two rotor/stator geometries are available to cover a broad spectrum of products and applications. Contact us and we will help you find the optimal solution for your particular application.
The NEMO® progressing cavity pump is used primarily for substances with the following properties: consistencies from runny to pasty, substances with solid content, shear-sensitive, smearing or non-smearing, thixotropic and dilatant, abrasive, and adhesive.. such as wastewater, activated sludge, plaster and cement mortar, acids, lime water, emulsion paints, soaps, adhesives, etc.
2 to 200 m³/h
From -40°F to 300°C
Up to 12 bar
Materials of Construction:
Available in various materials, from steel to chrome-nickel-steel, various other materials on request. with various stator elastomers, from highly abrasion-resistant natural rubber, to oil-, acid-, and alkali-resistant elastomers, to Aflas and Viton.