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Pumps for Explosive Industry in India

PumpsCart Pumps provides pumping solutions for a wide array of applications in the pumps for explosive industry. We have developed ourselves as the most promising Dealers of Pumps explosive industry in India .



Explosive Industry Pumps In India Safety in and at construction sites where explosives are used was a problem for a long time, because the storage and transport of “volatile” explosives always constitute an enormous risk. In order to reduce the danger and achieve a better explosive performance, there has for some time been greater use of pumpable emulsion explosives. A global explosives supplier had used a progressing cavity pump to fill the storage silos with the ready-to-use ammonium nitrate emulsion. However, the pump did not provide the required level of performance and delayed the supplying of the mines and customers due to regular breakdowns. The pin joint could not withstand the torque nor the deflection on the coupling rod and therefore often failed. The shortness of the coupling rod increased the angle which the joint had to compensate. That not only increased the stress on the joint itself, but also the dynamic load on its seal system. The lubricating effect of the lubricant used for the pin joint was not sufficient either. As a result, the pump was constantly breaking down. Since the pump had a crucial role to play in the process chain, every breakdown led to costly delivery delays. In order to increase the service life for the application and the throughput rate of the whole system, the emulsion searched for a more reliable pump with a larger capacity and found pumpscart.

Types of Explosive Industry

Dynamic Pumps

Dynamic pumps – including centrifugal pumps and the various specialty pumps – use a combination of velocity and fluid momentum to generate pump pressure. A dynamic pump operates by producing a variable flow, which is effective in creating high flow rates with low viscosity fluids.



Positive Displacement Pumps

Positive displacement pumps – including reciprocating and rotary pumps – use contracting and expanding cavities to cause the fluids to move. A positive displacement pump operates by producing a flow that is more constant, which is well-suited for the production of high pressures and low flow rates when paired with high viscosity fluids.



Centrifugal pumps

Centrifugal pumps including axial flow, mixed flow, and radial flow pumps accelerate fluids by using an impeller. They are also the most commonly used pumps. Centrifugal pumps are used to transport fluids. They transport fluids by conversion of energies. Centrifugal pumps are a sub class of dynamic axisymmetric work absorbing turbomachinery.



Specialty pumps

Specialty pumps including the cantilever, jet, and turbine pumps – are defined by their own unique attributes. A wide range of pumps covers the different performances. Low flow and high heads.


Reciprocating pumps

Reciprocating pumps use linear motion rather than rotary motion to direct fluids. Reciprocating pumps include bladder pumps, diaphragm pumps, double diaphragm pumps, peristaltic pumps, piston pumps, plunger pumps, and triplex pumps.



Rotary pumps

Rotary pumps direct fluid through a mechanism by applying a rotating mechanical motion. These can include gear pumps, progressive cavity pumps, rotary lobe pumps, rotary vane vacuum pumps, and screw pumps.




What is explosive pump?

Explosion Proof Pumps are designed to operate in potentially hazardous environments such as chemical plants, mines and oil rigs. These pumps are built to enclose motors and other vulnerable parts which are insulated to prevent combustible elements from igniting vapor and causing internal/external explosions.




Explosive pumps features

The primary specifications to consider when selecting explosion pumps are flowrate, pump head, pressure, horsepower, power rating, outlet diameter, and operating temperature. These specifications are described in detail in Engineering360’s Pump Flow page.