Chemical and paper

Chemical industry

Even transferring hazardous compounds, our pumps are reliable, safe, provided with auto-loading option, they have excellent strength and durability, do not requireany constant maintenance and enable dry start.

The pumps for the chemical industry meet the following requirements:
Need for pumping and feeding caustic environments without harm to the structure of the unit;
operating with water, other neutral liquids in vacuum;
supply of abrasive and viscous compositions;
functioning in high or low temperatures and at exceeded pressure.

Starch Preparation
In the process of preparing starch suspensions, the prepared starch mass is fed by means of SP-H series screw-type horizontal pump into a steam starch boiler, in which its complete dissolution occurs.

Next, the starch is diluted and stored as starch paste in the storage tank. Dosing pumps of SP-H series feed this starch paste through the filter into the paper mixture to the paper machine.

Material Processing
During processing, fibrous materials undergo mechanical and chemical preparation prior to their supply to the station material. At this stage, our PC pumps are used both for supply of the paper pulp and for dosage of auxiliary substances (kaolin, resin, paint) in the whole range of raw materials utilization and its preparation.

Paper Machine
Before the paper stock is laid on the paper machine, the process of mixing the fibers and enriching the mass with additives (adhesives, kaolin, coloring matter, etc.) takes place. For these purposes, the pumping units of horizontal design are successfully applied. The main advantage of PC pumps is a uniform flow, accurate dosing and the ability to control performance at constant pressure.

Significant Energy Savings
The pulp and paper industry is the most challenging branch of the forest complex, characterized by significant energy consumption. One ton of product requires averagely 2,000 kW / h). The pumps manufactured by the “Vintovye Nasosy (PC Pumps)”Company consume up to 60% less electricity when performing similar tasks as compared to other pumping equipment.