canned motor

canned motor

[¦kand ′mōd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A motor enclosed within a casing along with the driven element (that is, a pump) so that the motor bearings are lubricated by the same liquid that is being pumped.
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There is new material on small-scale oil mist lubrication units and modern canned motor pumps.
In June 2000, Michael Smith Engineers supplied six Nikkiso canned motor pumps to Star Refrigeration, with the pumps being commissioned in June 2001.
There are two options for seal-less design a" canned motor pumps and magnetic driven pumps.
It also holds the distinction of being the only pump manufacturing company in India to have manufactured canned motor pumps for hazardous chemicals in nuclear plants.
Their efforts have been imaginative and have resulted in the emergence of submersible pumps, sump pumps, tank pumps, canned motor centrifugal pumps and magnetic drive pumps.
The design includes a canned motor that provides static leak tightness between the pumping cell and the outside of the pump.
Added focus is given to modern canned motor pumps that now range to 700 hp and pressures in excess of 2000 psi.
Tenders are invited for Repair of hydrodyne canned motor pump, model no.
All three models operate using the canned motor principle, thereby removing the requirement for any shaft seal, have been developed specifically for the refrigeration industries.
LaLonde said that FMC retrofitted its Furadan process line with canned motor pumps in 1988 and installed them on its Marshal line the following year.
Tenders invited for Inspection installation and commissioning and warranty of canned motor pump with vfd starting unit