The final product was delivered to the client in half the usual time-frame for supply of pumps of this capacity.
An oil & gas company requested for a large MAAG screw pump in extremely short notice.
In the end, we air-freighted a 450m3/h MAAG screw pump wet ends into Australia and install straight onto engineered pre-fabricated base plates with 250kW motors.
A screw pump is a more complicated type of rotary pump that uses two or three screws with opposing thread—e.g., one screw turns clockwise and the other counterclockwise. The screws are mounted on parallel shafts that have gears that mesh so the shafts turn together and everything stays in place. The screws turn on the shafts and drive fluid through the pump. As with other forms of rotary pumps, the clearance between moving parts and the pump’s casing is minimal.
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