200TJQ Submersible Slurry Pump
Max. particles: 40mm
Max. concentration: 70%
Max. working depth150m
Agitator or Cutterheads: Available
Sealing arrangement: Double mechanical seal
Materials: Hyperchrome alloy, Cast iron, SS304, SS316L, Duplex SS
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Hydroman 200TJQ Submersible Slurry Pumps are engineered specifically for the tough applications you deal
with in mining/coal mining, hydraulic fracking, mineral processing,
steel production, drilling mud, slurry transport, sand and gravel,
lime slurry or fly ash. Look through our selection of sand, sludge
and slurry pumps.
Permissible heavy duty hard metal agitator submersible slurry pump.
Designed and constructed for abrasive sand, slurries.
High-chrome iron impeller, wear plate and agitator.
High bearing pressure pump volute.
Built-in agitator mixes settled solids with pump water to restore
sump or basin volume.
Specifications dependent on model and may change without notice.
Hydroman Submersible Slurry Pump Electric Control Units
By using gradual start-up (Soft Start) unit and frequency inverter
in the control of pump electric engines, it is possible to ensure
highest functionality of pump's drive start, stop and protection.
This allows to run the pump at lower consumption of electric energy
and extend lifecycle of the total pumping system. These functions
are especially important when running the pump from power generator
to preserves system electronics.
With automatic remote control it is possible to perform following
Step-by step start of electric engine while maintaining default
indicators of electrical current.
Control of different processes where pump accessories are involved,
Control of important indicators by sensors (default/set oil level,
oil consumption, pressure etc.); Automatic adjustment of default
Control of the equipment status when switching to different modes -
to avoid emergency situations.