How German Technology EDUR Daf Pump can cut costs and improve efficiency.

Want to cut costs at your DAF system? Read this to see how your DAF system can be improved.

Cost reduction is a driving force in pump design. Manufacturers are always looking for ways to reduce the manufacturing costs of their pumps. Installing the right pump can help save $$$ dramatically in the long run.

EDUR’s range of “Multiphase” pumps are designed to reduce manufacturing costs without compromising the production outcomes. Their unique ability to handle air enables them to replace the air saturation tanks, compressors, and complicated controls associated with “conventional” DAF systems.

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A single dissolved air floatation (DAF) pump is able to replace the entire air bubble system on DAF plants. There is no pressure vessel to continually certify, no compressor to maintain, and no more complicated control system. The pump draws in air through a snorkel in the suction line, shears the air, then feeds it into the DAF plant, producing a discharge stream into the tank that is saturated with 30 to 50 micron air bubbles.

Multiphase DAF pumps provide asset owners with a simple and easy-¬to-¬use system which can replace a range of existing equipment, leading to significant savings in maintenance costs and increased energy efficiency.

By using EDUR multiphase pump technology, asset owners can replace the compressor, air saturation (pressure) vessel, control system and multistage pump with a single pump that can replicate or improve the performance of the conventional system.

The EDUR multiphase DAF pump greatly simplifies the system, and because of this, capital costs on new installations and maintenance costs can be greatly reduced. No compressor to maintain and no pressure vessel to maintain and certify.

Municipalities for water and wastewater treatment as well as Food processing companies will benefit from the reliability of their DAF system and reduce maintenance costs by retrofitting an EDUR “multiphase” pump.

Find out how Cedar Meats reduced energy usage from one of our DAF pumps here..

Application: DAF
Industry: Abattoir
Region: VIC
Cedar Meats Australia very happy with Hydro Innovations pump solutions

Reduced energy consumption with innovative DAF Pump for Waste Water Management

Cedars Meats were impressed with the simplicity of the dissolved air flotation system and promptly arranged the purchase of an EDUR DAF pump. They have been pleased with the positive results, which include:

  • A higher rate of solids removed
  • less power used for the job (reducing power costs)
  • less complicated controls
  • low maintenance future ahead for the system

 

Mr Yogesh Mistry
Chief Engineer at Cedar Meats

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EDUR pumps:

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The EDUR LBU multiphase pump is a multi-stage centrifugal pump with the unique capability of being able to pump a liquid/gas mixture. The centrifugal pump is constructed of either C.I./ Bz/ SS, Nodular Cast Iron, All-Bronze, Stainless Steel, or Super-Duplex Stainless-Steel construction, so may be used to handle a variety of liquids.

Air, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide and Ozone gases can be introduced into the suction line and transported and used to mix or disperse the gases. This makes the pump ideal for DAF plants, where the multiphase pumps provide the task of air saturation without the use of compressed air (no compressor, air saturation tank or associated controls).

Advantages include:

  • Flows to 16 l/s, able to treat DAF tank inflows up to 150 L/s with a single pump.
  • Pressures to 12 bar
  • Operating pressure max. 40 bar
  • Handle temperatures from -50 °C to 140 °C
  • Gas contents up to 30 %
  • Up to 115 cSt
  • Cast iron/Bronze/Stainless steel, Nodular cast Iron, All-Bronze, Stainless Steel, or Super-Duplex Stainless Steel construction
  • Completely replace the “old” DAF system with a single pump
  • No compressor needed on DAF systems
  • No Air-Saturation [pressure] Vessel needed on DAF systems

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Introducing EDUR Liquefied Gas Pumps – powerful, space-efficient pumps designed for delivering liquefied gases in high-pressure environments. These pumps consistently meet the most stringent standards, ensuring reliable and secure operation while delivering exceptional efficiency throughout the entire process.

EDUR liquefied gas pumps play a crucial role at various stages of the transportation process. Their versatility is evident in applications spanning tank plants, tank trucks, refrigeration installations, the beverage industry, process technology, and even ship building.

Advantages include:

  • Nodular Cast Iron or All Stainless Steel construction
  • Flows to 47 l/s
  • Heads to 300 m
  • Handle temperatures from -50°C to 110°C
  • Handle Viscosity to 200 cSt

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The EDUR PBU multiphase pump is a single-stage peripheral centrifugal pump with the unique capability of being able to pump a liquid/gas mixture. The centrifugal pump is constructed of stainless steel, so may be used to handle a variety of liquids. Air, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide and Ozone gases can be introduced into the suction line and transported and used to mix or disperse the gases. This makes the pump ideal for DAF plants, where the multiphase pumps provide the task of air saturation without the use of compressed air (no compressor, air saturation tank or associated controls).

Advantages include:

  • Flows to 4.0 l/s, suiting DAF inflows to 40 litres per second
  • Pressures to 9 Bar
  • Operating pressure max. 16 bar
  • Temperature -40 °C to 140 °C
  • Gas contents up to 15%
  • Viscosity up to 115 cSt
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Completely replace the “old” DAF system with a single pump
  • No compressor needed on DAF systems
  • No Air Saturation [Pressure] vessel needed on DAF systems

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Designing pumps since 1927, EDUR Pumpenfabrik has developed a range of pumps for use in refrigeration systems. They have been designed to provide a maximum level of safety, reliability and efficiency. They are the safe option because they use standard TEFC motors, which don’t need to be cooled using the pumped media. They are efficient because they use magnetic couplings. By using magnetic couplings energy is not wasted by pumping fluid over the motor [as with “canned motor pumps”] and back through to the separator.

Advantages include:

  • Flows to 18 l/s
  • Heads to 300m
  • Operating pressure max 40 bar
  • Handle temperatures from -50 °C to 220 °C
  • Handle Viscosity to 115 cSt

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Hydro Innovations is proud to distribute a broad range of quality, reliable and industry-leading industrial pumps and aerators.

We are also delighted to share that Hydro Innovations is proud to be the exclusive distributor of Gorman-Rupp Pumps.

Gorman-Rupp is the world leader in self-priming centrifugal wastewater pump technology, and invests heavily in R&D, and in training for their international representatives – like Hydro Innovations.

This puts us in an excellent position to make the very best recommendations for our Australian customers.

Our other suppliers, Ragazzini of Italy and EDUR of Germany, are also world leaders in their respective technologies (Peristaltic Pumps – Ragazzini, and Specialist centrifugal pumps – EDUR).

We carry a very large inventory of pumps and spare parts for all of these brands, to help us to deliver industry-leading service.

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