Chemical Dosing Pumps work by pulling a certain amount of fluid into a chamber and then injecting that volume rate into the dosed container. A Chemical dosing pump is supposed to be dependable as a function, so once correctly set up, it should take care of itself and not require a lot of input. Chemical dosing pumps are used in a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical water treatment facilities, to automate fluid flow. The pump operates in an intermittent mode, creating a magnetic field each time a pulse hits the magnet. The piston is pushed by the magnetic field. The liquid is compressed into the pump head by a diaphragm (Attached to the Piston Head).
While the suction valves close, the liquid escapes via the delivery valves. When the pulse stops, a spring returns the piston and diaphragm to their original positions. While the delivery valve is closed, the vacuum generated by the diaphragm action draws liquid into the pump head from the suction valve. The pump capacity is related to the number of strokes and the internal volume of the pump head (Single Stroke Injection Quantity). Pumping equipment is in high demand in the chemical sector. Any disruption in production or the spilling of fluid may be expensive and dangerous to one’s health and safety.
CHEONSEI PUMPS PROVIDE SAFETY, DEPENDABILITY, AND PERFORMANCE BY INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING FEATURES:
- Containment of all fluids.
- Self-priming and dry-running capabilities.
- Increased metering precision reduces chemical costs.
- Simple drop-in installation reduces extended maintenance intervals for ancillary equipment, decreasing the impact of process downtime.
- Bringing down the total cost of ownership.
Our positive displacement pumps are made to handle Corrosive, Abrasive, and Gaseous fluids. The tube or hose is the only portion that comes into touch with the product. There are no seals or valves to wear out or fail in this system. Replacing the tube or hose is a simple and safe procedure.
PARTS OF A CHEMICAL DOSING PUMPS
A CHEMICAL DOSING PUMP IS MADE UP OF VARIOUS PARTS THAT ALL WORK TOGETHER TO MAKE IT WORK. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE COMPONENTS:
The Chemical tank is used to contain the dosed substance.
CHEMICAL DOSING PUMP
An intake, a Chemical dosing line, and a suction line are all part of a Chemical dosing pump. The size and materials of a pump vary depending on the purpose. A Chemical dosage pump can be built on rubber, plastic, or stainless steel, among other materials.
An injector is a non-return valve used to inject a chemical into a flow. The injector is made to overcome pipe pressure and to make it simple to combine, a chemical into a liquid or product in equal dosages. Once the pump has stopped, the injector features a self-actuated mechanism that prevents the liquid in the delivery line from flowing upwards. This injector also guides chemical delivery to the center of the flow, reducing product waste caused by erroneous Chemical dosing on the side walls. Chemicals that are dosed incorrectly might cause harm to the walls, especially if they contain acids or peroxides.
This is a one-way or non-return valve attached to the suction line, as the name implies. It is usually found near the product drum. It has a float switch linked to it to check the product’s availability. When the product runs out, this switch sounds like an alert.
Most plant owners now use software and control systems to guarantee that the combine and amps are working properly. These control systems also assist in the automation of the pumps for improved performance. For this, sensor-driven central control systems and SCADA systems are employed. Sensor control systems are used to detect chlorine, pH, and other pollutants in the environment.
WHAT IS A CHEMICAL DOSING PUMP AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
Chemical dosing pumps, also known as metering pumps, come in a number of configurations and give years of dependable and efficient service. The precision of dosage is critical in most Chemical dosing applications. A Chemical dosing pump operates on the same concept as a positive displacement pump. The valve that sucks the chemical liquid from the chemical tank to the pump is the most important portion of these pumps. The pumps are equipped with a switch that sounds an alert when the chemical liquid level falls below a certain level. The Chemical dosing pump propels the fluid from the intake to the output of the pump using a piston or plunger.
APPLICATIONS ON CHEMICAL DOSING PUMPS
As previously stated, the chemical injection package’s function is to constantly or intermittently inject a specific amount of chemicals into a system with the needed backpressure. Our Series of hydraulic diaphragm pumps from our side set the standard for Safety, Dependability, Precision, and Efficiency. It’s mostly employed in the oil and gas, Base chemicals, Specialty chemicals, Agrochemicals, Water and wastewater, Refinery, Petrochemicals, Power, and Chemical industries.
CHEMICAL DOSING PUMPS APPLICATIONS ARE AS DIVERSE AS THEIR TECHNOLOGY IS ADAPTABLE: All sectors that demand precision mixing of fluids with other fluids or precise filling of the medium require this equipment. Chemical dosing pumps are used in the chemical sector to dose adhesives in automated packaging processes and to pour fuel tank systems. They are also used in the food and beverage industry, for water and wastewater applications, and waterline to dosage adhesives in automated packaging processes. In addition to the common Chemical dosing applications for fluids of all types, Hermetically Sealed Chemical dosing pumps do not leak, and they can be used in Chemical dosing media in an especially wide variety of applications.
Chemical dosing pumps are quite versatile and may be used in a range of sectors, including water treatment, industrial, manufacturing, and mining. Chemical dosing pumps are commonly used to inject chemicals because they can operate at extremely high temperatures and under high pressure. Industry Chemical dosing pumps may be customized with features such as foot valves and pulsation dampers, making them perfect for metering a wide range of goods and chemicals in a variety of industries.
From the first day of the flock, Kiron Hydraulic Needs for cattle ensures complete control over treatment dosages injected through drinking water, which is the most effective distribution technique. Kiron’s proportional Chemical dosing pump will allow you to inject antibiotics, probiotics, enzymes, and supplements (vitamins, minerals, and so on) into the waterline of all types of livestock (Poultry, Swine, Cattle, Rabbits, and so on). Our pumps’ proportionality ensures that the exact dosage is delivered regardless of pressure or water flow changes (Animal Consumption).
The goals of fertigation are to manage the amount of water and additional nutrients required for optimal crop development. Our proportional injection system reduces waste and improves fertilizer, pesticide, and other water-soluble product mixes.
FLUID LINE CLEANING OR DISINFECTION
Disinfecting, lubricating, and cleaning solutions may be made automatically using our water-powered proportional Chemical dosing pumps. Our injectors work without power and may be used to purify water in distant regions to prevent and manage illness.
Our Pumps are the ideal answer for all types and sizes of Car Wash Facilities. It reduces the cost-per-car while conserving space, energy, and chemical waste.
WATER SYSTEM SANITIZATION
Chemical mixing and injection solutions that are extremely exact and dependable are required in the sanitation and hygiene business. In markets such as hospitals, restaurants, food services, and supermarkets, our injectors are employed. Our Pumps are simple to install in fixed or transportable setups, which frequently include static mixers, maturation tanks, flow meters, and other components.
Chemical dosing Pumps are provided by CHEONSEI Pumps with Kiron Hydraulic Needs Private Limited. The supplied Chemical dosing pumps are well-liked in the industry due to their hassle-free operation. These Chemical dosing pumps are made of high-quality materials and, as a result, are up-to-date in terms of technology and meet universal criteria. In addition, the given Chemical dosing pumps are tested against a number of quality measures to ensure that perfect deliveries are made. Our Chemical Dosing Pumps are diaphragm-type solenoid-operated Chemical dosing pumps that are ideally suited for Chemical dosing in water and Wastewater treatment (RO) applications.