Chemical pump improvement prospects
The best characteristics of the chemical pump should be: high quality, high reliability and high environmental performance; it is beneficial to the health of workers while completing the task of chemical medium transportation; the expected service life is the lowest; it can be organic with the whole set of chemical equipment. Combine into one whole. However, in the chemical production process, various specific conditions of use and purpose of use have put forward various requirements for the manufacture of chemical pumps.
A prominent feature of mechanical products used in the chemical industry is that the performance and requirements of mechanical products vary with the type and nature of the chemical medium being transported. Although the medium mentioned here is sometimes referred to as water, oil or other non-hazardous substances; in most cases, the chemical medium refers to some very scary chemical raw materials; for example, some seriously harmful media (poisonous, Corrosive and flammable medium; especially some media that are prone to chemical reactions, corrosive, erosive or solid or gaseous media containing the above ingredients.
Changes in chemical composition and chemical element ratios in diversified media can lead to changes in the properties of chemical media; resulting in increased concentrations of chemical media or special flow properties (eg, diffusible media, polymer solutions, etc.). Therefore, the stringent quality requirements for the purity of chemical media (GMP, polymers, electrolytes, etc.) are often imposed, and these particularly stringent quality requirements can be conveniently achieved by suitable chemical pumps.
The diversity of chemical media is derived from the diversity of chemical media. This makes it difficult to become a simple standard system for the chemical pump standard system. Compared with other fields, such as household electrical, home heating, water supply, drainage, etc., as well as chemical refining or automobile manufacturing, standardization has not reached a standard level not only in the production of products but also in the use of products. In chemical production enterprises, chemical pump standardization has encountered obstacles in terms of technology and economy.
Let's talk about the direction of optimization and improvement of chemical pumps:
First of all, standardization is very helpful and very meaningful for the production and use of chemical pumps. However, from the perspective of the cost of life cycle, what should the most economical standardization look like? Is it a detailed standardization of long-term optimization according to various specific use cases? Is it a rough standardization? With the adoption of new technologies and the development of new products, the obstacles to standardized investment that can be recovered in a long period of time will end? How can we not benefit the interests of either the chemical pump manufacturer or the chemical pump user? Under the two sides, the two sides have a unified understanding of the standards of chemical pumps? These problems can only be answered by strengthening the dialogue between chemical pump manufacturers, industry associations and chemical pump production plants. Possible solutions are: from the user's point of view, for example, establishing long-term strategic partnerships with suppliers; establishing different levels of standardization at different levels of clear definition (eg chemical pump structure types, suppliers, series, Materials, configuration, etc.) and integrated modular structure. But the most important issue is the "lifetime cost" issue.
The potential of chemical pump life has not been fully exploited. Why is this happening? Among the many possible answers, one answer is for everyone: due to the different requirements for chemical pump performance parameters, the allowable life of the chemical pump, the load that can be tolerated, etc. Not the same.
The procurement cost of the chemical pump, the installation cost, the energy consumption of the chemical pump, and the maintenance cost are relatively easy to calculate. However, the estimation of chemical pump maintenance costs is relatively difficult to determine: because the failure and possible damage of chemical pumps are not determined by the pump itself, it is often subject to changing chemical media being transported and subject to special conditions of use. Using the experience of a certain chemical pump that has been mastered, the estimation of the maintenance cost of another chemical pump often has great limitations, and the estimated result can only be an approximate, thick-line estimate.