The next evolutionary step for high-pressure pumps in the polymer process
The series is the result of a complete rework of the used core components. The customer benefits from high flexibility of design and standardization. The BOOSTER is available with flange geometries and connections that comply with EN 1092-1 and ANSI B16.5. It goes without saying that the company also offers housing variants for replacing existing pumps and debottlenecking, not to mention solutions for special requirements based on customer requests. By standardising on three gear widths for each centre distance, the distances between the respective pump sizes have been significantly reduced. This means it is now easier than ever to select the best possible – and therefore most cost-effective – pump size for each application.
The new gear geometries facilitate differential pressures of up to 320 bar for selected pump sizes. What’s more, the new design is rounded out with the usual variety of different material combinations. The most common of these combinations has to be a stainless-steel or carbon-steel housing with tool steel or aluminium-bronze friction bearings.
Higher efficiency, thereby
- Reduced heat input
- Energy saving = cost reduction
- Larger viscosity range
- Increased throughput of up to 40% without changing the installation size
Lower bearing temperature, leading to lower stress on the polymer
Increased safety against shaft breakage due to overload
Simplified spare part management thanks to the use of identical components for all series