The basis of any Progressive Cavity Single Screw Pump is a power section which usually consists of a metal rotor (n-start external helix) and a rubber stator (n+1-start internal helix). Rotation of the rotor inside the stator creates sealed cavities that progressively move from suction to discharge side of the pump producing differential pressure.

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Pump units BN031S02FY have been produced under the request one of the service company from West Siberian region which works at oil sector regarding enhanced oil recovery.

The pumps are designed to supply liquid chemical reagents and they have hydraulic drive motors of Sauer-Danfoss that allow nominal work capacity of 0.3 - 2.1 m3 / h. Operating pressure at the outlet of the pump unit is up to 6 bar.

All working parts that contact with fluid are made of stainless steel. The pump stators is made of oil-resistant elastomer.

Pump's outlets equipped with quick joining hoses (BRS) Camlock 1 ".