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The development prospect of oil immersed pump is extremely broad

With the continuous development of economy, the oil immersed pump is more and more widely used in production engineering with its advantages of strong sewage discharge capacity, high efficiency and energy saving, and good self-priming performance. It is not only applicable to urban environmental protection, construction, fire protection, chemical industry, pharmacy, dye printing and dyeing, brewing, power, electroplating, paper making, petroleum, mining, equipment cooling, oil tanker unloading, etc. It is also applicable to clear water, sea water and medium with acid and alkalinity whose viscosity is less than or equal to 100 centipels, chemical medium liquid with solid content up to 30% or less, and slurry with general paste packaging.
At present, domestic oil immersed pumps are mainly produced and manufactured by domestic manufacturers, and a few are imported from abroad. Because of its simple installation, small floor area, convenient maintenance and no noise, the oil immersed pump is widely used for sewage discharge in municipal engineering, factories, commerce, hotels, residential areas, etc. The market prospect of oil immersed pump is very broad. However, as the reliability of the sewage pump needs to be further strengthened, improving the technical content of the oil immersed pump products is the main development direction for manufacturers in the future.
In view of the problems existing in the oil immersed pump, some domestic manufacturers focus on developing the pump protection system, and automatically cut off the power supply in case of abnormal operation of the sewage pump. Although this approach can have some effect, and this protection is also necessary, it is not the fundamental solution to the problem. Therefore, we should focus on improving the performance of the water pump to fundamentally solve the problem. The problem to be solved in the future is to improve the reliability of the oil immersed pump, adapt to a variety of working environments, optimize its structural design, and further improve the capacity of the oil immersed