Color Frp (Fluorescent Propylene Plastic) tank pumps are a great addition to any business or commercial setting that requires an economical yet high-quality pumping solution. Sintex water tanks are widely used for a variety of applications in the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and petrochemical industries. Because of the durable nature of the material, it is often used as an insulated storage tank for pressurized fluids such as water, detergent, solvents, oils, gasoline, and other chemicals. The tank’s thick wall helps keep solids and liquids separated, resulting in maximum performance and longevity. However, since the material is typically not used for solids and other liquids, many businesses have been seeking out a better solution than standard, gravity-fed pumps for their high-performance and long life needs.
The Sintex tank pump family offers several advantages over gravity-fed tanks, including optimized capacity and increased reliability, as well as a nearly maintenance-free operation and consistent flow. Color Frp tank pumps are also more compact and require less space than gravity-fed pumps. They are available in three main classes: single-phase, two-phase, and multi-phase. Each class has a unique design based on the manufacturer’s specifications and the applications they are intended for, so before purchasing a Sintex pump, it is important to carefully assess your tank’s needs and which type would best meet them.
Two phases, or single-phase, pressure vessel pumps feature one or two-phase airflow capacities. Single-phase pumps are usually found in smaller systems and are often used in applications where high fluid flow rates are required, such as in the manufacture of detergents, pharmaceuticals, and other industries with a large need for solid chemicals. Two-phase pressure water tanks are generally found in larger water tanks used in industrial facilities, as well as in the borehole and submersible wells, and borehole development programs. A multi-phase tank pump can be used for a variety of applications, including vessel circulation systems, ship pumps, oil wells, municipal treatment plants, and petroleum refineries. Multi-phased or twin-axis pressure-relief pumps are also available; however, their use is typically limited to pumping an installed single-stage system to the desired level of fluid pressure.