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Seal Barrier Fluid Systems

Seal Barrier Fluid Systems

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7/6/13Seal Barrier Fluid Systems | Witte Pumps & Technology GmbHwww.witte-pumps.de/en/system-engineering/seal-barrier-fluid-systems/1/2
 HomeGear PumpsSystem EngineeringThe companySalesNewsContactDownloads
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Manual Replenishment pump
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Seal Pot
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Level Switch
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Sight Glass
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Heating/ Cooling Element
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Double Mechanical Seal
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Pressure Sensor 
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Control Electronics
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Control Valves
Seal Barrier Fluid Systems
Why buffering systems?
 All rotating pumps have a drive shaft, which must be sealed inone way or other. The seal can be in the form of a magneticcoupling, a stuffing box, a viscoseal with reverse conveyancethread, simple or double action rotation mechanical seal,multiple lip seals or even a combination of these methods.With certain batch processes (e.g. Polyester production), theshaft seal must be able to cope with extremely difficultconditions: on the one hand, temperature and speed of the pumpand the viscosity of the medium alter during a batch and on theother hand, the shaft of the pump must be sealed againsta high vacuum at the inlet side. Under such conditions, the onlyeffective solution is a dual action reverse blocked sealingsystems; either a double stuffing box or a double rotatingmechanical seal in a “back to back” or “face to face”configuration.Both systems must be provided with a buffering medium. This must be compatible to the product being conveyed (in thisexample Polyester) and resistant to temperature variations due to the fact that Polyester is usually run at temperatures of between 280°C and 300°C (553-572 °F).The two methods of sealing differ as follows:
I)
is a
dynamic
buffering system
II)
is a
static
buffering systemBoth systems include a magnetically coupled gear pump, which ensures forced circulation of the buffering medium operatingtemperature can be up to 350°C (662°F).

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