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New S Series Screw Pump Introduced by Blackmer

Contributed by: PumpScout Staff

Blackmer, a leading manufacturer of positive displacement pumps, centrifugal pumps, and compressors for the transfer of liquid and gas products, has recently announced the integration of the S Series screw pumps into its line of existing high-quality pumps. The new screw pumps are specifically designed for the safe and efficient transfer of critical fluids, making them a superior choice for a wide variety of industries and applications.

The twin and triple screw design on the new Blackmer S Series screw pumps provide complete axial balancing of the rotating screws while eliminating metal-to-metal contact with the pump, thanks to their timing technologies. The screw pumps are ATEX-certified for use in both explosive and dangerous environments. They have been specifically designed by Blackmer to address the difficult pumping challenges that can often be found in both the oil and gas and process and marine industries.

What makes the S Series screw pumps so unique is their ability to provide solutions that can meet the toughest application challenges, regardless of the temperature, viscosity, or pressure they operate under.

The Blackmer S Series screw pumps come in a variety of model configurations and sizes, according to the distinct line they belong to.

  • S Series Twin Screw Pumps (WTG) offer double suction and self-priming capabilities with external bearings and timing gear transmissions. They are able to deliver fluids that are free of solid substances and/or with few abrasives.

  • S Series Twin Screw Pumps with non-timing (NTG) gear transmissions feature a single-suction design. These pumps are able to transfer lubricating fluids with higher viscosities, such as bitumen and residual oil. They are able to do this at both medium and high temperatures.

  • S Series Triplex Screw Pumps have been specially designed to handle clear, lubricating liquids that don’t contain solid content across a wide range of viscosities, temperatures, and pressures. These pumps are extremely efficient, reliable, compact, self-priming, environmentally friendly, and they have low noise emissions.

Source: Blackmer