Horizontal Split Case Pump

What is a horizontal split case pump? A type of centrifugal pump, in which the casing is split into two separate chambers. It’s different from an end suction pump or inline pump, in which the casing, the suction nozzle, and the discharge nozzle are all included in a single chamber. Split case centrifugal pumps feature a single double suction or two single suction impellers supported between bearings. The casing is split axially, with opposing suction and discharge flanges, greatly simplifying maintenance.

horizontal split case pump is a unique type of centrifugal pump whose casing is divided into two distinct chambers, which is different from inline or end suction pumps that are assembled with the suction nozzle, discharge nozzle, and casing in one chamber.

The primary difference between these two pumps is in the shape and position of the shaft. As the name implies, the horizontal centrifugal inline pump has a shaft that is placed horizontally. … On the other hand, the vertical inline pump has a shaft that is positioned vertically.

Horizontal Suction: Maximum clearance between the landslide and horizontal plane touching point of share at its gunnels side and heel of landslide. It helps the plow to cut the proper width of furrow slice.

Standard (non-self-priming) centrifugal pumps come in many types. When they operate on flooded suction lines or in submersible applications, the impeller is surrounded by enough water to create the pressure differential and thus to pump water. Therefore, if the pump is not primed, the suction pressure created will not be sufficient to lift water. Whereas in Positive Displacement Pump, during suction phase, piston moves backward and form a low pressure zone in the pump. Leaks on the pump’s intake line as well as around the shaft seal of the pump housing itself can cause your pump to lose its prime. … Obstruction-One possible reason your pump may be losing its prime is an obstruction or blockage in a line. Debris blocking the suction strainer or foot valve is the most common cause.

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