Many users, including new practitioners of slurry pumps, often cannot distinguish the difference between a submerged vertical slurry pump and a submersible slurry pump. Submersible and submersible seem to be similar in name, but there are essential differences.
When the pump shaft position is perpendicular to the horizontal plane, it is called vertical slurry pump. Because the general vertical slurry pump is used in the slurry pool to pump the slurry, and the pump head should be placed below the liquid level, it is also called underwater slurry pump, but not all of them are submerged in the water. If the motor and other non pump head components are also put into the slurry, the pump is called submersible slurry pump.
There are two conditions that may cause unstable working conditions during the operation of the slurry pump: one is that the H-Q performance curve of the pump is in the shape of a hump, and the other is that there should be a liquid level that can rise and fall freely or other parts that can store and release energy in the pipeline device
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Pay attention to the slurry pump's restriction on the delivery particle size: if the selected pump has a particle size smaller than the particle size of the solid particles in the slurry, it will easily cause the impeller flow channel to block. After the impeller is blocked, the flow and head of the pump will not meet the requirements. In severe cases, it will not work normally, and the shaft may be broken. In order to avoid this problem, a pump type with a large particle size should be selected or a filter screen should be added to the suction port of the pump to restrict the large particle medium from entering the pump.