EDUR-Pumps for Production Plants of Liquefied Gases

Applications

EDUR-pumps can be used in a wide range of applications and improve the operation of different industrial processes. Over time, EDUR has acquired valuable knowledge in the following applications to be a reliable partner for customers due to the optimal design of our pumps.

Energy Technology

Energy technology deals with different methods and procedures for the generation, distribution, storage, and usage of energy. Therefore, possible applications for centrifugal pumps in energy technology comprise a wide spectrum.


Liquefied Gas

Centrifugal pumps play an important role during the production of liquefied gases as well as their transport, storage, and distribution. Liquefied gases offer the advantage that - unlike in the gaseous state of aggregation - they can be relatively easily transported and stored. Liquefaction is achieved by compression or cooling. In case of corresponding demand, the liquefied gas then undergoes regasification due to released pressure and can be fed to the consuming units via pumps.


Cooling Technology

EDUR-centrifugal pumps are successfully used in industrial refrigeration systems. They are important components in the cooling process, offering a maximum degree of safety, reliability and efficiency and are designed for high loads and extreme temperature ranges. Furthermore, EDUR-pumps guarantee process safety also with critical media/fluids such as carbon dioxide (CO2) or ammonia (NH3).


Industrial Cleaning Technology

The cleaning and degreasing of components mainly relates to removing dirt, grease and other residues. Over time, EDUR-centrifugal pumps have proven themselves as an important component of such cleaning systems.


Water- and Wastewater Technology

EDUR-pumps guarantee the efficient operation of applied water and wastewater technologies. The requirement to not only conserve water, but also return it to natural water recources in cleaned quality after use, holds enormous innovation potential for reducing the impact on the environment.