Rotary Equipment

Gear pumps (with external teeth) (fix displacement) are simple and economic pumps. The swept volume or displacement of gear pumps for hydraulics will be between about 1 to 200 millimeters.

Engineering, Manufacturing and Field Test of a typical Oil Pump

A slurry pump is a type of pump designed for pumping liquid containing solid particles. Slurry pumps changes in design and construction to adjust to multiple type of slurry which varies in concentration of solids, size of solid particles, shape of solid particles, and composition of solution.

A Vacuum liquid-ring pump is a rotating positive-displacement pump. They are typically used as a vacuum pump, but can also be used as a gas compressor. The function of a liquid-ring pump is similar to a rotary vane pump, with the difference being that the vanes are an integral part of the rotor and churn a rotating ring of liquid to form the compression-chamber seal.

A dosing pump, which is a positive displacement pump, is designed to inject a chemical or another substance into a flow of water, gas, or steam. Dosing pumps, which are typically small, provide an extremely precise flow rate for maximum control. They are the central part of an integrated dosing system designed for the automatic dispersion of chemicals.

SEKO Dosing Pumps

 RADCO provides reverse engineering services from CMM to manufacturing of Ingersoll rand compressors. This involves a range of products as impeller, Trust bearing, Gear, Body, Diffuser and etc.   

 RADCO provides Balancing Services for all rotary parts.