Vanzetti Engineering presents its ARTIKA sequence submerged cryogenic pumps for LNG. The fashions vary from the smallest ARTIKA 120-3S to the biggest ARTIKA 300-2S and embrace the prototype of the brand new single stage ARTIKA 400 pump, which is presently beneath improvement. With a movement charge of as much as 546 m3/h, the ARTIKA 400 will full the present vary of submerged LNG pumps designed by Vanzetti Engineering.
The options of ARTIKA pumps embrace the seal-less idea with the motor bearings completely lubricated by liquefied pure fuel, which permits a everlasting chilly situation for fast and environment friendly beginning and stopping and a low upkeep frequency because of the absence of wear and tear components.
The ARTIKA sequence submerged cryogenic pumps for liquefied pure fuel can be found in one-stage or multi-stage configurations (2, 3, 4, or 6). They’re designed to work submerged in cryostats/sumps or in cryogenic tanks and are appropriate for steady and discontinuous operations. They characteristic helical inducers to minimise NPSH necessities, built-in motors for use with inverter/VFD LPG and low noise (<80 dB) throughout operations.
ARTIKA submerged pumps are designed to produce LNG at totally different movement charges and pressures. For instance, for automotive sector LNG refuelling stations, Vanzetti Engineering proposes the ARTIKA 160 submerged pump that can be utilized for one or two LNG dispensers.
The ARTIKA 120-3S is the smallest pump within the sequence and is utilized in marine sector functions.
The ARTIKA 200-4S can ship a assured movement charge of over 30 m3/h at 35 bar, whereas the ARTIKA 200-6S is even capable of attain a differential strain of 55 bar. Each fashions can be utilized in marine sector functions for FSRU tasks.
With the intention to meet the wants of functions that switch LNG to small and medium measurement terminals, the ARKITA 300 is offered in a 1 or 2 stage configuration, which may attain a movement charge of as much as 270 m3/h.
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