Regenerative Turbine Pumps

In comparison to other pumps, the operating principles of a regenerative turbine pump are rather subtle. Mechanically, the regenerative turbine pump is a centrifugal pump. Turbine pumps, peripheral pumps, centrifugal regenerative pumps, regenerative pumps, and a variety of other names are all used to describe regenerative turbine pumps.

They are particularly adept at transferring fluids with high pressure, low flow, and low viscosity while dealing with entrained vapors or fluids at or near their boiling point. Most pump technologies are hampered by these fluid conditions, but regenerative turbine pumps maintain their efficiency in all pumping and fluid conditions, eliminating the damaging effects of cavitation and pulsation.

A regenerative turbine pump, on the other hand, has the performance characteristics of a positive displacement pump. A regenerative turbine pump works in the same way as a centrifugal pump to pressurize fluid. It causes the fluid to accelerate in order to convert kinetic energy to potential energy. The regenerative turbine pump differs from the centrifugal pump in that the acceleration/pressurization process is divided into dozens of steps. With each step, the fluid is slightly accelerated and slightly pressurized.

Ebsray regenerative turbine pumps have been designed for low-flow, high-head duties with low-viscosity liquids, such as LPG, propane, Autogas and butane. These turbine pumps, which are available in two series – R and RX (submersible regenerative turbine pumps) – offer exceptional performance and reliability even under extremely low NPSH operating conditions, and possess the ability to handle entrained vapors without due loss of efficiency or internal damage. Ebsray regenerative turbine pumps are CE marked and ATEX-compliant, and suitable for underground, aboveground and submersible LPG- and Autogas-pumping applications.

Fields of Application
1. LPG
2. Autogas
3. DME
4. Aerosols
5. CO2
6. Refrigerants
7. NH3

Important Benefits
1.Low Flow High Head
2.Well suited for underground tanks
3.Reliable under extremely Low NPSH operating conditions