Internal Gear Pumps work on the similar rule however the two interlocking riggings are of various sizes with one pivoting inside the other. These are intended to interlock with the rotor to such an extent that the rigging teeth connect with at one point. Internal apparatus pumps can be designed to deal with forceful liquids. While it is ordinarily produced using cast iron or treated steel, new combinations and composites enable the pumps to deal with destructive fluids, for example, sodium hypochlorite, ferric chloride, sulphuric corrosive, and sodium hydroxide. These pumps can't coordinate the weight produced by responding pumps or the stream rates of radial pumps however offer higher weights and throughput than vane or flap pumps. Internal Gear Pumps have preferred suction abilities over outer apparatus plans and are more appropriate to high consistency liquids.
Technical Specification For Related Series:
|Model||Port Size||Q LPM||Recommended HP At 7 Kg/ cm2||Recommended |
|IGP 150||1 1/2" F||150||7.5||750|
|IGP 200||2 " F||250||10||750|
|IGP 300||2 " F||250||12.5||750|
|IGP 500||3 " F||500||15||600|
|IGP 1000||4 " F||1000||30||450|