SU1059276A1 - Pneumatic immersion displacement plant - Google Patents

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SU1059276A1
SU1059276A1 SU813358595A SU3358595A SU1059276A1 SU 1059276 A1 SU1059276 A1 SU 1059276A1 SU 813358595 A SU813358595 A SU 813358595A SU 3358595 A SU3358595 A SU 3358595A SU 1059276 A1 SU1059276 A1 SU 1059276A1
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Иван Григорьевич Настасюк
Илья Рувимович Трайберг
Вячеслав Леонидович Ушаков
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Специальное Конструкторско-Технологическое Бюро Компрессорного И Холодильного Машиностроения
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1. PNEUMATIC PUMPING REPLACEMENT PUMP, containing working camels, each of which has alternate pressure and pressure sources, suction and spring-loaded pressure valves, which, in order to increase reliability and simplify the design, the suction valves are rigidly mounted on the working chambers, and the latter are made float-mounted and mounted with the possibility of axial movement. 2. Pump POP.1, characterized in that h-ur discharge valve springs are fixed to the lower ends of the chambers.

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The invention relates to pump engineering, in particular to the design of pneumatic submersible displacement pumps for pumping liquids, including aggressive ones, and liquid metal. 5 . Known pneumatic submersible displacement pump, containing working chambers, alternately connected by means of a distributor to sources of low and high pressure 10 and equipped with suction and discharge valves, the last of which is made in the form of a spherical shut-off element located in the pressure cavity [G].
The disadvantages of this pump are manufacturing complexity and lack of reliability.
The closest to the invention in technical essence is a pneumatic submersible displacement pump containing working chambers, each of which has a channel for alternately connecting to sources of low and high pressure, a suction and spring-loaded supercharger? · * Valves [2].
The disadvantages of the known pump are low reliability and complex design.
The purpose of the invention is to increase reliability — 30 reliability and simplify the design.
This goal is achieved by the fact that in a pneumatic submersible replacement pump containing working chambers, each of which has a .35 channel for alternately connecting to low and high pressure sources, the suction and spring-loaded pressure valves, the suction valves are rigidly fixed to the working 4Q chambers, and the latter made float and installed with the possibility of axial movement.
The springs of the discharge valves can be fixed on the lower torus-chambers of the chambers.
The drawing schematically shows the proposed pump, longitudinal times Re3 · 50
The pneumatic submersible displacement pump contains working chambers 1 and 2, each of which has channels 3 and 4, respectively, for alternately connecting to sources of low and high pressure (not shown), suction and spring-loaded pressure valves *, 5.6 and 7, respectively. , 8, and the suction valves 5 and 6 are rigidly fixed to the working chambers 1 and 2, and the spring-loaded 7 and 8 are float-mounted and mounted with the possibility of axial movement. In addition, the springs 9 and 10 of the discharge valves 7 and 8 are mounted on the lower ends of the chambers 1 and 2.
Pneumatic submersible displacement pump operates as follows.
When high pressure is supplied via channel 4 to the working chamber 2, the liquid in it is displaced through the open pressure valve 8 to the consumer. In this case, the working chamber 2 together with the suction valve b, which is closed, is in the lowest position. At this time, the working chamber 1 through the channel 3 communicates with a source of reduced pressure and, due to its buoyancy, occupies a position in which the suction valve 5 is open and through it the working chamber 1 is gradually filled with the pumped liquid. As filling with liquid, the working chamber 1 is immersed, and the immersion speed is slowed by the force of the spring 9, the rigidity of which is selected such,. so that the opening time of the suction valve 5 provides the maximum filling of the working chamber 1 and, accordingly, the maximum productivity of the pump. After crowding out the whole. the liquid from the working chamber 2, the channels 3 and 4 are switched, as a result of which the working chamber 2 communicates through the channel 4 with a source of reduced pressure, and the working chamber 1, which has taken up its lowest position by this time, with the suction valve 5 closed by the channel 3 - with source of high blood pressure. The working chamber 2, in communication with the source of reduced pressure, floats to its highest position, and through the open suction valve 5 it begins to fill with liquid, after which the cycle repeats.
The proposed device is characterized by simplicity and reliability.

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1. PNEUMATIC SUBMERSIBLE PUMP PUMP, containing working cash for alternating connection to low and high pressure sources, suction and spring-loaded pressure valves, characterized in that, in order to increase reliability and simplify the design, the suction valves are rigidly fixed to the working chambers, and the latter made float and installed with the possibility of axial movement.
2. Pump pop. 1, characterized in that the pressure springs of the valves are fixed to the lower chambers, each of which has a canal at the ends of the chambers.
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SU813358595A 1981-11-26 1981-11-26 Pneumatic immersion displacement plant SU1059276A1 (en)

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WO2011159187A1 (en) * 2010-06-16 2011-12-22 Danch Anatoliy Mihajlovich Installation for extracting gasified liquid
WO2011159191A1 (en) * 2010-06-16 2011-12-22 Danch Anatoliy Mihajlovich Pneumatic downhole displacement pump

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1. За вка FR № 2357762, кл. F 04 F 1/04, опублик. 1978. 2. Авторское свидетельство СССР № 798361, кл. F 04 F 1/02, 1979. *

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
WO2011159187A1 (en) * 2010-06-16 2011-12-22 Danch Anatoliy Mihajlovich Installation for extracting gasified liquid
WO2011159191A1 (en) * 2010-06-16 2011-12-22 Danch Anatoliy Mihajlovich Pneumatic downhole displacement pump

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