With the continuous development of our industry, all kinds of pump products are more and more widely used. The sealing problem of industrial pump will simply affect the operation of all equipment. Industrial pumps play a huge role in power, chemical, kerosene and other industries. Then let's let the small series of industrial pump selection introduce the transformation of pump products to us.
1. The application of pumps is very broad, from aircraft, rockets, to drilling, mining; from trains, tanks, to ships, whether heavy industry or light industry, no matter the cutting-edge science and technology or daily days, pumps are needed everywhere, and pumps can be seen everywhere.
2. Once the pump appears a fault will simply affect production, serious when the formation of production. For example, in one-sided production of chemical industry and kerosene, most of the materials, semi-finished products and finished products are liquid. The pump has the effect of conveying liquid and providing the pressure and flow of chemical reaction. It is also used to regulate temperature in many equipment. If the pump appears to be faulty, it will often stop the whole system.
3. The quality of the pump simply affects the normal production of the industry, so the pump is one of the one-sided links of chemical industry and kerosene equipment. In addition, the liquid produced in one-sided production of chemical industry and kerosene is relatively special, some of which are volatile, flammable, explosive or toxic; some of which are strongly corrosive or highly viscous; some of which require transportation under high temperature, high pressure or low temperature, low pressure, etc. As a result, these liquids respond by requiring a small number of special pumps to meet the requirements, and the required quantity is also large.
4. Pump is not only widely used in people's economy, but also has its important position and effect. Pumps are developed with the development of industry. According to statistics, in 1880 or so, the output value of centrifugal pumps of common use accounted for more than 90% of the total output value of pumps, while that of pumps of special use only accounted for about 10% of the total output value of pumps. By 1960, only about 45% of pumps were of general use, while about 55% of pumps were of special use. According to the current development trend, the proportion of pumps with special use will be more advanced than that of pumps with ordinary use.