Recirculation Pumps

Low Shear-Rate Pump

Manufacturer: Vinci Technologies
Model Number: L-Series

The LS series pump consists of a high pressure cylinder, a rotatable helical screw for moving fluid, a magnetic driven shaft and a motor. The helical screw is housed inside the high pressure cylinder which includes a fluid inlet and a fluid outlet. The fluid enters the pump cylinder, is transported by the helical screw and expelled through the outlet. The flow rate is controlled by the speed of the motor. This type of pump capable of minimizing turbulent flow and of maximizing laminar flow. This is very useful when the pumping application requires circulating non-Newtonian fluids with low shear rate such as those found in the oil industry to avoid change in the fluid viscosity and solid deposits once shear is applied. The device is provided with a control panel which can be hooked up to a computer. Several pump models are available depending on pressure, maximum flow rate, wetted part material and connection types required.



Gear Pumps

Manufacturer: Vinci Technologies
Model Number: G-Series

The G series pumps are positive displacement pumps and allow for minimum change in flow over a wide range of pressures and temperatures. The pump consists of two meshed gears that rotate in a closely fitted high pressure pump head. The tooth spaces trap fluid and force it around the outer periphery. The pump is magnetically coupled to a motor and uses two concentric magnets to turn the gears without physical contact. The device is provided with a control panel which can be hooked up to a computer. Several pump models are available depending on pressure, maximum flow rate, wetted part material and connection types required.



Centrifugal Pumps

Manufacturer: Vinci Technologies
Model Number: C-Series

The C-series centrifugal pump features an integrated impeller housed in a pump head and a magnetic drive assembly to rotate the impeller without contact. The fluid enters the pump impeller near to the rotating axis and is accelerated by the impeller, flowing radially outward into the pump head from where it exits. The impeller is magnetically coupled with the DC motor, across a separation wall which is resistant to the fluid pumped. The device is provided with a control panel which can be hooked up to a computer. Several pump models are available depending on pressure, maximum flow rate, wetted part material and connection types required.