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Title: ABAQUE SERIES HOSE PUMP


1
ABAQUE SERIESHOSE PUMP
Jan. 2001
2
ABAQUE APPLICATION OPPORTUNITIES
  • Mechanical seal leaking ?
  • High maintenance cost due to abrasion or dry run?
  • Performance problems due to a high suction lift
    or high viscosity ?
  • Difficulties in having an high outlet pressure ?
  • Short life time of pump while pumping high or low
    PH liquids ?

3
PRESENTATION PLANNING
  • What is a hose pump ?
  • The hose
  • Typical applications
  • Abaque Series hose pump
  • Options

4
WHAT IS A HOSE PUMP ?Working principal
  • The peristaltic pump principal was found by Mr.
    HORTAUS in France in 1925.

5
WHAT IS A HOSE PUMP ?Working principal
  • A pulsative flow is generated by the pushing
    action of shoes on the wall of an elastomeric
    hose.
  • Shoes are assembled on a rotating wheel.
  • Sealing under the shoe is performed by the
    compression of a local area of the hose.
  • Friction between shoes and hose are reduced by
    using a lubricant which also acts as a coolant.

6
WHAT IS A HOSE PUMP ?Working principal
  • The pumped fluid is only in contact with the
    inner wall of the hose and the inserts.
  • The pump has no mechanical seal.
  • Particles trapped by the passage of a shoe
    penetrate the hose wall and are ejected in the
    fluid without ripping the inner surface of the
    hose.

7
WHAT IS A HOSE PUMP ? Two types of pumps
  • PERISTALTIC PUMPS
  • Small units generally
  • used in laboratories
  • Max. pressure 22 psi
  • Manufacturers hundreds
  • World market 70 million
  • HOSE PUMPS
  • Industrial heavy
  • duty pumps
  • Max. pressure 580 psi
  • Manufacturers 15
  • World market 16 million

8
WHAT IS A HOSE PUMP ? Typical pump construction
9
WHAT IS A HOSE PUMP ? Hose pump advantages
  • Seal less construction
  • Self priming pump with high suction lift (up to
    29.5 ft. of water)
  • Continuous dry run is possible
  • Appropriate for abrasive products
  • Excellent volumetric capacity (dosing)
  • Particles up to 15 of hose ID can be pumped (not
    sharp)
  • Simple and inexpensive maintenance
  • Reversible pump

10
WHAT IS A HOSE PUMP ? Hose pump drawbacks
  • The flow has pulsation
  • High acquisition cost (higher than PC or AOD
    pumps)
  • This type of pump is heavy (4,410 lbs. for an
    A125 (290 gpm)

11
WHAT IS A HOSE PUMP ? Main manufacturers
  • BLACKMER (ABAQUE)
  • BREDEL
  • VERDER
  • PCM/DELASCO
  • ALPHA LAVAL

12
THE HOSEHeart of the pump
  • It should withstand
  • high pressures,
  • cyclic compression,
  • highly abrasive products,
  • temperature of the fluid being pumped,
  • chemically aggressive products.

13
THE HOSEHose construction
  • It is made by piling layers of rubber material
    and weaves of synthetic fibers.
  • 4 to 5 manufacturers worldwide are capable of
    making these hoses

14
THE HOSEHose material
  • For the hose liner 3 materials are available to
    suit the diversity of products being pumped
  • NR (natural rubber) abrasive fluids
  • NBR (Buna) oily fluids
  • EPDM acid corrosive fluids

15
THE HOSEHose material selection
  • The selection of the right material is made by
  • Using compatibility charts
  • Conducting a soak test

16
THE HOSECleaning of the hose
  • The hose is cleaned in order to avoid
  • Hardening of the fluid on the inner wall of the
    hose
  • Mixing various pumped fluids
  • It consists of
  • Water cleaning
  • Cleaning with an agent (compatible with the hose
    material)
  • Cleaning with sponge balls

17
THE HOSELife time of the hose
Test done on an A65 pump with water
18
THE HOSEMachining of hoses
  • All our hoses are machined to obtain
  • A constant hose wall thickness resulting in
    better hydraulic characteristics
  • Accurate hose OD which allows for an easy change
  • Reduction in electrical power consumption

19
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • CERAMIC (ceramic slips, mould filling, filter
    press)
  • MINING (sludge up to 60,000 cps, clay slurry up
    to 800g/l, lead sulfate, pyrite slurry)
  • WATER TREATMENT (lime slurry, flocculate
    dispersion, sludge and slurries)
  • BUILDING INDUSTRY (liquid or fibrous mortar,
    liquid plaster, light concrete)
  • CHEMICAL INDUSTRY (acid, alcohol, detergent
    pumping, etc)

20
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • NUCLEAR (contaminated slurries and mud, ammonium
    dioxide, uranyle nitrate)
  • FOOD INDUSTRY (tomato sauce, mashed potatoes,
    gelatin, beer slurries, fish paste, olive oil)
  • PAINT (water base and acrylic paint, pigments,
    wall coating)
  • FILTER PRESS (filling and pressing)
  • PAPER INDUSTRY (latex, slurries, kaolin)
  • Glue, liquid salt, seed fertilizer, etc...

21
TYPICAL APPLICATIONSOther technical solutions
  • Piston membrane pump
  • high purchase cost
  • expensive and difficult maintenance
  • heavy air consumption
  • PC pump
  • expensive maintenance
  • accepts small particles
  • low flow accuracy
  • AOD pump
  • low efficency
  • heavy air consumption
  • expensive and difficult maintenance
  • does not accept viscous fluids

22
TYPICAL APPLICATIONSCustomers
  • Akzo Nobel
  • Allia
  • CEA
  • Choquenet
  • Cogema
  • Degremont
  • Diemme
  • Dipro
  • Ducros
  • Faure
  • Francolor pigment
  • Générale des eaux
  • Gold mine Salsigne
  • Henkel
  • ICI
  • Kaolin darvor
  • Kemira
  • Kronenbourg
  • Mac Caine
  • Metal europe
  • Novodec
  • OTV
  • Papeterie du Cascadec
  • Porcher, Villeroy Boch
  • Rhone Poulenc
  • SGN
  • Sika
  • Siporex Hebel
  • Sogea
  • Solvay
  • Sotres
  • Spi Batignole
  • Tefsa
  • Unilever

23
APPLICATIONSRequired Information
  • Material Handled
  • Capacity Required
  • Suction Pressure
  • Discharge Pressure
  • Viscosity (Shear Thinning / Thickening)
  • Solids

24
APPLICATIONSRequired Information
  • Maximum Particle Size
  • Pumping Temperature
  • Specific Gravity
  • pH Level
  • Duty Cycle (Start-Stop / Continuous)

25
TYPICAL APPLICATIONSExample 1
  • Acetic Acid (25 )
  • 0.44 GPM
  • Flooded Suction
  • 40 psi discharge pressure
  • Ambient Temperature
  • Continuous Duty Cycle

26
TYPICAL APPLICATIONSSolution 1
  • Hose EPDM
  • Pump A15
  • Pump Speed 20 RPM
  • HP 1/3 HP

27
TYPICAL APPLICATIONSExample 2
  • Cement Water Slurry
  • 500 1000 cP
  • 2.2 GPM
  • Flooded Suction
  • 150 psi discharge pressure
  • Continuous Duty Cycle

28
TYPICAL APPLICATIONSSolution 2
  • Hose Natural Rubber
  • Pump A25
  • Pump Speed 30 RPM
  • HP 1 HP

29
TYPICAL APPLICATIONSExample 3
  • SAE 70 oil
  • 2000 cP
  • 100 F
  • 2 ft. suction lift
  • 100 psi discharge pressure
  • 16.5 GPM
  • 0.9 specific gravity
  • Continuous Duty Cycle

30
TYPICAL APPLICATIONSSolution 3
  • Hose Buna N
  • Pump A50
  • Pump Speed 25 RPM
  • HP 5 HP

31
RANGE OF PRODUCTSHistory
  • 1984 - Abaque Industry started making hose
    pumps
  • 1995 - Abaque industry becomes leader in the
    French market
  • 1996 - entry within Mouvex company
  • 1997 - entry within Dover Resources/Blackmer

32
RANGE OF PRODUCTSRange of product
  • Range of 14 pump sizes (with hose internal
    diameters from 10 mm to 125 mm)
  • Flow rates up to 290 gpm
  • Pressures up to 217 psi
  • Three hose materials (NR, NBR, EPDM)
  • Bare shaft or close coupled construction

33
RANGE OF PRODUCTSA10 - A15 - A20
  • Integrated shoes
  • Transparent cover
  • A10 A15 A20
  • max. speed (RPM) 100 100 100
  • max. flow rate (gpm) .66 2.20 3.67
  • max. speed continuous 60 60 60
  • max. flow rate cont. (gpm) .40 1.32 2.20

34
RANGE OF PRODUCTSA25 - A32 - A40
  • Shimmable shoes
  • Steel cover
  • A25 A32 A40
  • max. speed (RPM) 100 90 70
  • max. flow rate (gpm) 7.34 14.86 15.92
  • max. speed continuous 60 40 40
  • max. flow rate cont. (gpm) 4.40 6.60 9.10

35
RANGE OF PRODUCTSAX40 - A50 - A65 - AX65 - AX80
- A80
  • Shimmable shoes
  • Steel cover
  • AX40 A50 A65
  • max. speed (RPM) 70 60 60
  • max. flow rate (gpm) 24.66 39.63 53.49
  • max. speed continuous 40 30 30
  • max. flow rate cont. (gpm) 14.09 19.81 26.75

36
RANGE OF PRODUCTSAX40 - A50 - A65 - AX65 - AX80
- A80
  • Shimmable shoes
  • Steel cover
  • AX65 AX80 A80
  • max. speed (RPM) 50 50 40
  • max. flow rate (gpm) 70.45 93.56 114.47
  • max. speed continuous 20 20 20
  • max. flow rate cont. (gpm) 28.18 37.42 57.24

37
RANGE OF PRODUCTSA100 - A125
  • Shimmable shoes
  • Steel cover
  • A100 A125
  • max. speed (RPM) 30 30
  • max. flow rate (gpm) 158.50 290.59
  • max. speed continuous 20 10
  • max. flow rate cont. (gpm) 105.67 96.86

38
RANGE OF PRODUCTSPositions of the pump
  • The pump can work in any position (by 90)
  • (A10 can operate only in position 4)

1 standard
2
3
4
39
OPTIONS Leak detector
  • To avoid spillage of product after a hose burst,
    a leak detection sensor can be installed

40
OPTIONS Vacuum systems
  • Flow rate is reduced when
  • pumping viscous products (over 10000 Csp)
  • having a high suction lift

41
OPTIONS Vacuum systems
We propose two types of kits
  • Air ejector kit for pump turning in both
    directions
  • Vacuum pump
  • up to 90 vacuum
  • 5 to 6 bars air pressure
  • 67 Nl/mn (4Nm3/h) air consumption

42
OPTIONS Vacuum systems
We propose two types of kits
  • Air suction flange kit fitted on the inlet of the
    pump
  • Casing depressurization equals inlet pressure
  • Air is mixed with fluid
  • Not to be used if rotation in both direction or
    if inlet is in charge.

43
OPTIONS Pulsation dampeners
  • When the shoe leaves contact with the hose, its
    volume in the hose is filled with the fluid of
    the discharge line creating the pulsation
  • Consequences are
  • shock pulse in the discharge line
  • unstable pump performance

44
OPTIONS Pulsation absorbers
  • Absorption is made by the deformation of membrane
    or hose controlled by compressed air
  • For the hose type with 75 of outlet pressure,
    absorption can be as much as 90.

45
INSTALLATION OPERATION Sedimentary liquids
  • Place inlet port on the top
  • A back wash may be required to avoid build up of
    product on the inner wall of the hose
  • Avoid bends and curves on discharge line

46
Blackmer Ward Hill 113 Neck Road P.O. Box
8380 Ward Hill, MA 01835 USA ph (978)
556-4000 fx (978) 374-5954 Blackmer - Corporate
Headquarters 1809 Century Avenue S.W. Grand
Rapids, MI 49509, USA ph (616) 241-1611 fx
(616) 241-9203 www.blackmer.com
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