Q1. Want to avoid agitation or shearing of the liquid so that the liquid may not be degraded...
FUKKO's screw pumps adopt "in-cylinder transfer system", so no shearing or agitation is caused to the liquid. They can transfer any liquid, which may be sensitive and tend to be degraded, smoothly and forcefully.
Q2. The liquid is emulsion-based, so it tends to leak frequently....
The emulsions, in particular the water-soluble emulsions, are prone to leak from the sealing sections.
FUKKO has a rich assortment of special seals to cope with the problem. We can also cope with the leakage problem of any other solutions. Please don't hasitate to contact us.
Q3. When we move fluid from a drum, its residue remains at the bottom if the pump sucks in air...
The vane pump has strong self-suction, and can suck in liquid with air if air is mixed in the liquid. So it can suck up liquid thoroughly leaving nothing on the bottom of the drum.
Q4. Can't we wash the pump somehow more simply?
You can disassemble and wash FUKKO's screw pumps. Remove the casing, and the entire section contacting with liquid is exposed leaving no narrow recessions or gaps unaccessible.
* If the pump has a slide-bar, you can remove or attach the casing quickly.
* If you use the slide-bar docking system, you can do the work much simpler.
Q5. Want to send a cake-form material smoothly...
We have developed a 2-axle screw pump with a paddle (PAT.PD) for sending materials which tend to cause bridges. It can send any cake-form materials which have low water-content and are close to a solid by breaking them into flakes uniformly with a feeder paddle.
Q6. The material is a slury with high abrasiveness, so the pump fails in quite a short time!!
Transferring special liquids are the vane pump's own ground.
We have developed a ceramic rotor for a liquid with high abrasiveness. On top of that, we have a special vane for abrasive slurry.