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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The SOLTEC ® Novomoskovsk Mechanical Plant company have been made a two pumps for pumping non-Newtonian fluid.. These pumps have been made for one of the international airports of Europe and are meant for pumping fluids, which prevents icing of the aircraft surface.

Pump units have a number of features. The pumps are equipped with combustion engine capacity of 13 hp, with the clutch for smooth connection and commissioning of the pump unit. The engine is equipped with a battery, starter motor and it connected to the pump through a reduction gear. Also pumps have been made on wheels for mobility.