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NI-RESIST Multistage Centrifugal Pumps consist of multiple stages housing rotating impellers and stationary diffusers. The pressure energy change is accomplished as the liquid being pumped surrounds the impeller, and as the impeller rotates it imparts a motion to the liquid. The diffusers function is to change some of the high velocity energy into pressure energy.
Due to the limited well casing diameter of most applications, the head developed by an individual stage is relatively low. This requires stages to be stacked together to meet the lift requirements for various applications. By changing the number of vanes, geometry, and diameter of the impeller and diffuser, different flow rates can be achieved.
A centrifugal pump should be operated within the recommended capacity range. If operated outside its designated rate, the pump can go into up or down thrust, which may result in excessive wear of the thrust washers. These ranges vary with different pumps.
Standard construction includes Ni-Resist impellers and diffusers with dual pad (Synthane) up-thrust wear pads. Standard on the pumps are tungsten carbide upper and lower bearings located in the intake base and discharge head. The highly abrasive resistant tungsten carbide bearings provide critical lateral support in gas and oil well applications. These oilfield submersible pumps are stacked in a compression type configuration which allows for close tolerances which are very good for mild abrasives and provides enhanced down-thrust support. This down-thrust support allows for extended low flow operating ranges of the unit. The pump shafts on these units are hardened Stainless steel construction. These oilfield submersible pumps are the answer for today's lifting applications.
- Bolt-on or integral heads and bases available
- Corrosion-resistant stainless steel available
- Impellers and diffusers cast from high-strength corrosion-resistant nickel based alloy Shaft
- Ability to configure pump as application requires
- Extended run life when utilizing the NI-RESIST pump
- Ability to join several pump sections to support multiple head requirement
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