Custom Pumping Systems for a Synthetic Rubber Chemical Processing Application
Fischer Process Industries was commissioned to specify and fabricate the Custom Pumping Systems used in the synthetic rubber chemical processing application highlighted here. Our co-engineering capabilities were utilized to analyze the process demands and recommend the ideal assembly specification for optimal performance. ANSI chemical process pumps were used in this solution, with our fabricated pump assembly consisting of the base, motor, and mechanical sealing systems featuring John Crane seals. This assembly would be used in a new process; the customer was shifting from EPA listed Toluene to a more aggressive solvent.
20 pump assemblies were created for this project, shipped to the customer in Louisville, Kentucky. This project was completed according to customer specifications, and the standards of ANSI and the Hydraulics Institute. The client was under critical budgetary demands with this project and we were able to exceed their expectations. For more information about this Custom Pumping Systems, or our innovative process solutions for competitive markets please see the table below or contact us directly.
Highlights of this Custom Pumping Systems Project
- Project Scope
- Specified and fabricated twenty ANSI style process pump packages with base, motor, appropriate mechanical sealing systems, complete fabricated to be set in place and piped.
- Product Description
- ANSI Pumps for Environmentally driven project
- Custom Pumping Systems Capabilities Applied/Processes
- Recommendations on Pump Assemblies Specifications
Provided John Crane seals in pump to ensure good sealing.
- Material Worked With
- New process changing solvents from EPA listed Toluene to a more aggressive solvent.
- ANSI Pump Assemblies
- Documentation Supplied
- 3D Approval dimensional drawings, engineering and operations manuals
- Industry for Use
- Chemical Processing Plant
- Delivery Location
- Louisville, Kentucky
- Standards Met
- Customer Specifications, ANSI, Hydraulic Institute