Solution for Submersible Pump
The impeller in the submersible pump generates pressure for transferring fluid from the ground surface to the top-level. The impeller has backward curved vanes. Many impellers are connected in a single shaft, driven by an electric motor. The water enters into the impeller and is thrown outwards due to centrifugal action. A diffuser is used to transfer water from one impeller to another. The pressure inside the pump is increased by using multiple diffusers in the series. Hence, the high pressure causes the movement of the water, which makes the whole system works.
How Kinmore Makes Improvement
The movement of the impeller inside the pump is achieved by DC motor. The motor is controlled by a power switch. These must be fully submerged in the fluid. A lot of heat is generated during the operation of the motor. Due to this reason motor is either water or oil filled for effective cooling. As the motor along with the impeller is immersed completely in the water. So, a proper sealing mechanism is essential to protect the motor from coming in contact with water. Kinmore provides efficient and reliable motors for submersible pumps.
- The electrical performance of motors such as voltage, speed, etc. can be customized after a professional evaluation
- Max Efficiency 75% @ Torque: 26.28 mN.m, 7035 rpm
- Noise Level ≤ 35 dB @ 30cm
- Stainless Steel Shaft for longer life and minimize wear