The iFD-Stator 2.0 features a two-part, reusable stator housing and replaceable stator.
Changing the stator within the housing is easy, with simple, compression-free assembly and disassembly; the defined compression for the iFD-Stator 2.0 is automatically generated when the elastomer collar is fastened.
According to NETZSCH, the new housing concept of the iFD-Stator 2.0 is easier to handle than the previous generation and delivers a longer service life than competing options, leading to reduced downtime and maintenance.
The iFD-Stator 2.0 delivers reduced pulsation and improved fluid flow compared to conventional stator design, as well as an increase in efficiency due to reduced starting and running torque, the company claimed.
Replacement of the stator costs less than with traditional stator designs, NETZSCH explained, and is more environmentally friendly because the housing can be reused.
NEMO progressing cavity pumps are suitable for the conveyance of almost any process fluid without being affected by fluctuations in pressure and viscosity.
The pump is available in eleven styles with four rotor/stator geometries and a selection of engineered joints that can be tailored to suit specific applications. Conveyance volumes can be configured in proportion to rotation speed, with high dosing precision over the entire rotational-speed range.