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SPX Plenty Mirrlees Twinro Pumps Offer Economical, Reliable, and Safe Tank Loading and Unloading

Contributed by: PumpScout Staff

SPX, a manufacturer of pumps, mixers, and filtration equipment, has recently unveiled its Plenty Mirrlees Twinro pumps. These screw pumps are ideal for the bulk transfer of liquids between tanks, designed to provide economical, reliable, and safe operation. Accuracy is maximized and deflection reduced at the highest discharge pressures thanks to the pumps’ screw form and shaft.

Designed to maintain plant safety, Plenty Mirrlees Twinro pumps have a built-in full-flow relief valve. The screw pumps contain a rapid opening and damped closing mechanism that prevents destructive pressure surges. The screwset is designed so that the screws intermesh without metallic contact, making the pump suitable for non-lubricating duties, while the accurate screw profile ensures high volumetric efficiency and low running costs. The hydraulic balance of the unit provides a smooth axial pulse which produces very little noise and low vibration.

The screw pumps can handle dry start and stop conditions for a limited period of time in order to maximize plant efficiency, and they also offer complete loading and unloading of tanks. The pumps are self-priming and a liquid weir in the suction port chamber keeps the screwset wet for dry starts. The pumps are also available with seal face lubrication to reduce the risk of seal face heat damage on dry running startups.

Plenty Mirrlees Twinro pumps are supplied in accordance with the requirements of API 676. After decades of experience, the screw pumps have been designed by SPX to better serve the oil and petrochemical industries. The pumps make a great addition to many industrial plants because they have been proven safe and economical, while providing efficient performance with a large installed base.

The screw pumps from SPX can be supplied in bare shafts and complete packages with pumps, motors, base plates, common skids, filters, and differential pressure gauges. The pump manufacturer will further customize the pumps to exact customer requirements, including the relocation of suction and discharge nozzles, specific designs for confined spaces, multiple units on a single mounting plate, and special seals and heating jackets.

Source: SPX