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Progressing Cavity Pumps

NETZSCH

NEMO® progressing cavity pumps are designed for the continuous, pressure-stable, gentle and low-pulsation conveyance of almost any substance. They are extremely versatile and are used in all branches of industry.

One advantage for the operator is that such a valveless positive-displacement pump is also capable of transporting stringy material safely. Whether for sludge, chemical substances, adhesives, petroleum or yoghurt, one of the pump types supplied by NETZSCH in four rotor/stator geometries and a selection of engineered joints is sure to suit your application.

With its robustness, long service life and ease of maintenance, the NEMO® progressing cavity pump is the ideal choice for many applications in the oil and gas or mining industry.

NEMO pump

NEMO® progressive cavity pumps are extremely robust. The standard range can handle capacities from a few milliliters per hour up to 500m³/hr.

NM125 pump

A NEMO NM125 progressing cavity pump installed on a coal slurry application. The pump transfers approximately 50m³/hr of slurry at pressures of up to 17bar.

De-watering pump

The NEMO range of de-watering pumps has a capacity of up to 300m³/hr and head capabilities of 72bar on the standard range. Higher flowrates and pressures are available on request.

drive head

Progressing cavity pumps are increasingly replacing traditional pumpjacks.

Multiphase pump

Multiphase pumps enable the transport of oil mixtures with fluctuating and even very high gas, water and oil content. With appropriate adjustments, they can even be used in extreme hot or cold temperatures.

PCP system

Progressing cavity pumps are particularly suited to the bore shaft thanks to their slim form and ability to convey with little pulsation and maintaining stable volume.

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