Magnetically Coupled Pumps in the field of 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.

Our magnetically coupled pumps are successfully used in the field of liquefied gas around the globe. EDUR-magnetically coupled pumps are well suited for the reliable transport of toxic, environmentally hazardous and explosive conveyed fluids. Leakages are prevented by hermetic sealing of the magnetic coupling.

Centrifugal Pumps in the Field of Liquefied Gas Applications

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Pump Specifics

Magnetically coupled pumps from EDUR are often used within cooling technology, transport of liquefied gas, energy technology as well as other industrial technologies. They are used for the supply of pure or slightly contaminated water, but they are especially well suited for the supply of toxic, environmentally hazardous and explosive fluids as well as for high-temperature applications. The drive torque of the motor is transferred to the pump shaft through magnetic field strength. A “can” hermetically ... Pump Specifics

Application Specifics

A distinction is made between LPG gases (liquefied petroleum gas) and LNG gases (liquid natural gas). Agents of LPG gases are, above all, butane, propane, and their derivatives, which are used as fuel gas and fuel for heat generation and arise both during oil and gas extraction as well as in crude oil refineries. LNG gas or also liquefied natural gas, mainly methane, is also used as fuel gas. The DIN 51622 lists all other liquefied gases. For example, ammonia ... Application Specifics

Further Pumps for Liquefied Gas

Further Applications for Magnetically Coupled Pumps