A submersible pump (or electric submersible pump (ESP)) is a device which has a hermetically sealed motor close-coupled to the pump body. The whole assembly is submerged in the fluid to be pumped. The main advantage of this type of pump is that it prevents pump cavitation, a problem associated with a high elevation difference between the pump and the fluid surface. Submersible pumps push fluid to the surface, rather than jet pumps, which create a vacuum and rely upon atmospheric pressure. Submersibles use pressurized fluid from the surface to drive a hydraulic motor downhole, rather than an electric motor, and are used in heavy oil applications with heated water as the motive fluid.
Submersible Turbine Pump
- The simple oil pump oil circuit design minimizes the pressure loss of the oil at the pump port and maximizes the effective flow.
- The pump tube and motor assembly that can be extracted as a whole are light and have a power-assisted extraction device.
- When the pump tube and motor components are pulled out, the oil will automatically release pressure and return to prevent the occurrence of overflow.
- The pump head integrates all the connected parts, and the installation and maintenance of the pump become very simple and safe.
- The liftable check valve greatly facilitates pressure relief and avoids the overflow phenomenon that may occur during the maintenance of the tanker.
- Integrated design of pump head, built-in cable bridge and junction box, no need to adjust the cable bridge device, which greatly simplifies the installation and debugging of the equipment.
- The design of the oil outlet of the pump head to allow horizontal or vertical oil discharge makes the arrangement and construction of the pipeline more convenient.
|Model No||Power HP||Voltage V||Main Parameter||Working QTY. of Nozzles|
|MAX Presssure Outlet Kpa||Max Flow rate LPM|
|Type Designation||S For Telescopic Pipe from 1.4m-2.7m
G For Normal galvanized steel pipe