Selection Of Slurry Pumps

As noted earlier, service conditions vary significantly, so when selecting a slurry pump, a recommended approach is to select a service class and limit nozzle (branch) and other velocities according to that. Figures 9 and 10 from Wilson et al. (1997) outlines an approach that can be used.

For a given service class, Table 1 provides a guide to maximum impeller, nozzle (branch), and other velocities that should give reasonable wear life and keep the cost and size of the pump to a minimum.

FIGURE 9 Slurry pump range service class chart

ADDITIONAL CLASS 3 & 4 PUMP SPEED LIMIT

0.1 0.3 0,5 0l7 0.9 (m) I I T I T I I I T I T I 1 I r I r I A S 12 16 20 24 26 32 36 (in)

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