Vane pumps are ideal for transferring low viscosity liquids such as LPG gas, ammonia, solvents, gasoline, alcohol and fuel oil. They are used to suck or press air. Since there is no metal-to-metal contact in these pumps, they show a high performance in the transfer of non-lubricating liquids. Vane pumps are known for their good vacuum qualities and ease of maintenance. Not suitable for use with corrosive liquids. When used with high viscosity liquids, the speed must be reduced significantly. Our P-1, P-2 and LG type vane pumps are designed to be used in the transfer of liquids with a viscosity up to 10,000 ssu, while our P-3 type paddle pumps are designed to be used in the transfer of liquids such as chocolate and cream. In vane pumps, rotor and body axes are offset from each other. The rotor, which is connected to the pump shaft, moves with the rotation of the motor and starts to turn the pallets. At the suction port, the rotor and paddles move away from the body and a certain amount of liquid flows into the pump. The liquid fills all the spaces in the body. The liquid trapped between the body and the rotor moves towards the discharge port by being pushed by the pallets. At the discharge port, the rotor and pallets approach the body, and the liquid is thrown out with the pressure created by the shrinkage of the volume. For each revolution of the pump shaft, a liquid equal to the volume of the pump is transferred. Therefore, the capacity of the pump is directly proportional to its size and 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