For effectively pumping viscous fluids containing solids and abrasives, Excel Fluid Group offers NETZSCH TORNADO® positive displacement rotary lobe pumps. Compact in design, NETZSCH TORNADO® pumps offer high efficiency, metered pumping capabilities by means of a pair of abrasion resistant lobes that rotate in opposing directions within a housing. These rotary lobe pumps are ideal for chemical, agriculture, municipal/industrial waste water, and food applications, where pumping viscous fluids, sludges and slurries that contain a high solids content or entrained air is necessary.
High-performance Rotary Lobe Pumps from NETZSCH
- Maximum operational performance
- High reliability and durability
- Ease of maintenance
- Low total life cycle cost
As an industry leader, NETZSCH knows the vital role that positive displacement pumps play in industrial and municipal applications around the globe. That’s because we’ve been an important partner with customers in meeting their needs and solving their process & applications challenges with highly engineered and well-designed pumps.
With all the sizes and models available, NETZSCH TORNADO® self-priming, valve-less, positive displacement pumps can meet or be customized for any process and application requirement.
The TORNADO® Rotary Lobe Pumps can be used for almost any media on intermittent, continuous or metering applications.
The advantages of the NETZSCH TORNADO® include:
- Service friendliness – no need to dismantl pipework or disconnect the drive for servicing
- Physical separation of the pump head and bearing housing
- Small footprint
Characteristics of TORNADO® Rotary Lobe Pumps
- Valve free construction
- Self priming
- Suitable for any kind of liquid including product containing gas, solids, or fibrous matter
- Suitable for lubricating and non lubricating media
- Pumping media with high or low viscosity
- Handling shear sensitive fluids
- Operating at temperatures up to 212°F / 100°C
- Reversible operation
- Can be serviced without disconnecting pipework
- Tolerance of dry running