Vane Pumps

Vane pumps are ideal for transferring low viscosity liquids such as LPG gas, ammonia, solvents, gasoline, alcohol and fuel oil. They are also preferred for air extraction or compression. Since there is no metal-to-metal contact in these pumps, they offer high performance in the transportation of liquids that do not require lubrication.

Vane pumps are preferred for their excellent vacuum generation capacity and ease of maintenance. They are not recommended for use with abrasive liquids and the rotation speed must be significantly reduced when used with high viscosity liquids.

Our P-1, P-2 and LG series vane pumps are specially designed for transferring liquids with viscosity up to 10,000 ssu, while our P-3 series vane pumps are specially designed for transferring special liquids such as chocolate and cream.

In vane pumps, the rotor and body axis are eccentric with respect to each other. The rotor connected to the pump shaft rotates with the motor movement and moves the paddles. In the suction zone, the rotor and pallets move away from the casing and allow the liquid to fill the pump.

The cavities inside the casing are completely filled with liquid. The liquid trapped between the rotor and the casing is pushed by the pallets and moves towards the discharge zone. In the discharge zone, the rotor and the paddles approach the casing, reducing the volume and allowing the liquid to be expelled with the pressure generated. With each rotation of the pump shaft, the volume of the pump is transferred. Therefore, the capacity of the pump is directly related to its size and rotation speed.

lt/rotationlt /minm³/hrpmKWHPMINMAX.
P 11″0,5 Vakum0,1382401417500,550,750,250,7512
P 21″0,5 Vakum0,2754802817501,11,50,75516,5
P 32½”- 2″50,3150316045,525,546