Progressive cavity pumps are displacement pumps that feature an interference fit on the rotor in eccentric motion. The pump features a fixed stator and a seal cage can be formed inside the pump to move from the inlet end to the outlet end. This completes the media conveying within the seal cage.
Media progressive cavity pump can convey
• Media with high solid content, up to 45% solid content
• Media with different viscosities, 1000000 mPas maximum viscosity
• Media with solid particles or fibrous materials
• Centrifugal sensitive media
• Multiphase mixture of gases, solids and liquids
Butter, dairy product
Jam, meat paste
Chocolate and etc
Liquid with gas
Mortar, ore pulp and etc
CWS (coal water slurry)
Biological slurry, biogas residue
Petroleum, crude oil
Battery paste, battery slurry
Optical fiber gel and etc
Amino acid mother liquor and etc
Harmful slurries or dewatered sludge with up to 45% solid content and other additives can be pumped using a progressive cavity pump in wastewater treatement operations. PAC, PAM, lime, and many other substances are suitable for transport in these applications.
Progressive cavity pumps are designed to handle animal waste and plant matter conveying for biogas slurry, and biogas processing, even after fermentation.
PCP Down-hole progressive cavity pumps are suitable for use in crude oil extraction. They are tough enough to handle oil containing sand, water, CO2 and H2S mixtures. Multiphase conveying progressive cavity pumps are often used to move crude oil from oil tank to the station and polymers to and from oil fields.
Metering progressive cavity pumps are designed to cooperate with mechanical arms to complete the operation of gum and glue injection in unmanned assembly operations.
Metering progressive cavity pumps have the ability to precisely inject and transport all kinds of papermaking additives.
Progressive cavity pumps are used in medicine production for the transport of various materials and mixtures.
1. Drawbar is short if needed at all
Designed and created by Subtor, our progressive cavity pumps are designed without a drawbar or a short one if necessary. Compared to traditional pumps, the minimized or eliminated drawbar simplifies installation and disassembly of the stator.
2. Double-layer sealed sheath
Compared to single-layer sealed sheaths, Subtor's double-layer sealed sheath features much better wear-resistance and therefor provides a longer service life. When the inner sheath is disabled, the outer one can prevent lubricant from leaking and polluting the media contents.
3. Ball-tooth universal joint
Independently developed by Subtor, this ball-tooth universal joint can deliver larger torque when bearing axial load, its overall design makes it easier to disassemble and install.
4. Cross pin universal joint
For larger multilevel progressive cavity pumps, Subtor has designed a cross pin universal joint. It features grease and thin-oil lubrication to bear high torque and axial forces.