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Our product range includes a wide range of hm 150.16 series and parallel configuration pumps, hm 291 experiments with action turbine, hm 284 series and parallel configuration pumps, ce 272 rotary vane vacuum pump, hm 288 experiments with reaction turbine and hm 286 experiments with gear pump.

HM 150.16 Series and Parallel Configuration Pumps

HM 150.16 Series and Parallel Configuration Pumps
  • HM 150.16 Series and Parallel Configuration Pumps
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BrandGunt
Power consumption370 W
Max flow rate21 L/min
Max head12 m
Tank Capacity13 L
Weight62 kg approx.
Voltage230 V

In complex systems, pumps can be connected in series or in parallel. In series operation the heads are added together and in parallel operation, the flow rates of the pumps are added. Series and parallel configuration of pumps behave similar to series and parallel configuration of electric resistances in electric circuits. The pump correlates with the electric resistance, the flow correlates with the electric current and the head with the voltage.
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HM 291 Experiments with Action Turbine

HM 291 Experiments with Action Turbine
  • HM 291 Experiments with Action Turbine
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Speed9000 min-1
Power output28 W approx.
Rotor diameter50 mm
Torque5 Nm
Weight7 kg approx.

Action turbines operate according to the principle of equal pressure. The static pressures at the inlet and at the outlet of the rotor are equal. The experimental unit is placed upon the base unit HM 290. The two units together provide the basic experiments to get to know the operating behaviour and the most important characteristic variables of action turbines. The water jets are discharged at high velocity from the four nozzles of the distributor. The water jets are deflected in the rotor and put it in motion. The axially discharged water from the rotor can be observed.

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HM 284 Series and Parallel Configuration Pumps

HM 284 Series and Parallel Configuration Pumps
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Max flow rate40 L/min
Max head10 m
Power consumption370 W
Voltage230 V
Weight62 kg approx.

In complex systems, pumps can be connected in series or in parallel. In serial operation the heads of the pumps are added and in parallel operation the flow rates (capacities) of the pumps are added. The experimental unit provides the determination of the characteristic behavior for single operation and interaction of two pumps. HM 284 features a closed water circuit with a water tank and two centrifugal pumps with drive motors. The speed of one motor is variably adjustable by a frequency converter. The other pump is fitted with a motor with fixed speed, this pump can be added to the system. The impellers of both pumps are mounted in transparent housings and can be observed during operation. Valves enable to easily switch change between single pump, series or parallel pump operation. The system behaviour is analyzed with the aid of a valve at the outlet of the pump adjusting the flow resistance.

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CE 272 Rotary Vane Vacuum Pump

CE 272 Rotary Vane Vacuum Pump
  • CE 272 Rotary Vane Vacuum Pump
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Max Flow Rate5 m3/h
Frequency50 Hz
Voltage230 V
Weight60 kg
Motor power output370 W

Vacuum plays an important role in process engineering. It can, for example, be used to siphon off various fluids or for vacuum filtration. In vacuum distillation, vacuum is used to lower the boiling point and thus be able to separate substances that would decompose at higher temperatures. Another important area is the separation of sorbed substances from the solvent by means of vacuum in absorption systems.
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HM 288 Experiments with Reaction Turbine

HM 288 Experiments with Reaction Turbine
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Speed20000 min-1
Power output60 W
Rotor diameter50 mm
Weight5 kg approx.
Torque5 Nm

The conversion of pressure energy into kinetic energy in the rotor is characteristic for reaction turbines. The experimental unit is placed upon the base unit HM 290. The two units together provide the basic experiments to get to know the operating behaviour and the most important characteristic variables of reaction turbines. The water jet discharged from the rotor which drives the turbine according to the reaction principle can be observed during operation. This facilitates the understanding of the principle of operation and the underlying laws (eg. momentum).

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HM 286 Experiments with Gear Pump

HM 286 Experiments with Gear Pump
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Max Flow Rate32 cm3 per revolution
Voltage230 V
Temperature0-100 Deg C
Weight50 kg
Power consumption370 W

Gear pumps belong to the group of positive displacement pumps with a continuous flow. Two counter-rotating gears transport the medium. The transported medium is between the housing and the tooth spaces. The pulsation-free flow increases linearly with speed. These pumps are particularly suitable for the generation of medium-high pressure at low flow rates. The experimental unit provides the basic experiments to get to know the operating behaviour and the most important characteristic variables of gear pumps.

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HM 289 Experiments with Pelton Turbine

HM 289 Experiments with Pelton Turbine
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Speed9000 min-1
Power output70 W
Wheel diameter70 mm
Torque5 Nm
Weight5 kg approx.

Pelton turbines are types of impulse turbine. They are driven by free jet nozzles. In the nozzles, the water is strongly accelerated. Ambient pressure exists at the nozzle outlet. The experimental unit is placed upon the base unit HM 290. The two units together provide the basic experiments to get to know the operating behaviour and the most important characteristic variables of Pelton turbines. The water jet is accelerated in a nozzle and hits the Pelton wheel tangentially. In the blades on the circumference of the Pelton wheel the water jet is deflected by approximately 180°. The impulse of the water jet is transmitted to the Pelton wheel.

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HM 150.04 Centrifugal Pump

HM 150.04 Centrifugal Pump
  • HM 150.04 Centrifugal Pump
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Speed3000 min-1
Voltage230 V
Max Flow Rate3000 L/h
Max head9 - 36 m
Nominal power370 W
Weight46 kg approx.

Centrifugal pumps are turbomachines that are used for conveying fluids. The HM 150.04 unit can be used to study a centrifugal pump and to record a typical pump characteristic curve. The experimental unit includes a self-priming centrifugal pump, a ball valve on the outlet side and manometers on the inlet and outlet side. It is driven by an asynchronous motor. The speed is infinitely adjustable by using a frequency converter. A ball valve is used to adjust the head. In experiments, the operating behaviour of the pump as a function of the flow rate is studied and displayed in characteristic curves. The motor’s speed and electrical power are displayed digitally. Pressures on the inlet and outlet side are displayed on two manometers.

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HM 150.20 Operating Principle Francis Turbine

HM 150.20 Operating Principle Francis Turbine
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Blade width5 mm
Pressure10 bar
Dimension400x400x630 mm (LxWxH)
Weight17 kg approx.

Water turbines are turbomachines utilising water power. The Francis turbine is a type of reaction turbine which converts the pressure energy of the water into kinetic energy in the distributor and in the rotor. The water is fed in the distributor by means of a spiral housing. The flowing water is accelerated in the distributor by the adjustable guide vanes and directed onto the blades. The redirection and further acceleration of the water in the rotor generates an impulse which is transmitted to the rotor.
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HM 287 Experiments with Axial Turbine

HM 287 Experiments with Axial Turbine
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Power output130 W
Rotor outer diameter50 mm
Blade length5 mm
Weight135 kg approx.

The axial turbine operates as a reaction turbine as used in gas tubines and steam turbines. The water flows through a stator where it is deflected and accelerated. Then, the water hits then the blades where it delivers kinetic energy and pressure energy and puts the rotor in motion. The water pressure steadily decreases from the inlet to the outlet.
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HM 380 Cavitation Pump

HM 380 Cavitation Pump
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Max Flow Rate70 L/min
Voltage230 V
Max head13 m
Weight65 kg approx.

One of the most common causes of cavitation effects are fast moving objects in the water, such as the impellers of a centrifugal pump. If cavitation occurs on the impeller, the high mechanical stress sometimes results in separation or deformation of particles from the surface. In addition to the impeller geometry, intake pressure and temperature are also relevant for the occurrence of cavitation.
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HM 150.19 Operating Principle Pelton Turbine

HM 150.19 Operating Principle Pelton Turbine
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Blade width33.5 mm
Needle nozzle jet diameter10 mm
Weight15 kg approx.

Water turbines are turbomachines utilising water power. The Pelton turbine is a type of impulse turbine; such turbines convert the pressure energy of water into kinetic energy entirely in the distributor. During the conversion, the water jet is accelerated in a nozzle and directed onto the blades of the Pelton wheel tangentially. The water jet is redirected by approximately 180° in the blades. The impulse of the water jet is transmitted to the Pelton wheel. HM 150.19 is a model of a Pelton turbine demonstrating the function of an impulse turbine.

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HM 210 Characteristic Variables Radial Fan

HM 210 Characteristic Variables Radial Fan
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Model NumberHM 210
Max power consumption370 W
Max volumetric flow rate4 m3/min

Fans are key components of ventilation systems, providing ventilation, cooling, drying or pneumatic transport. For optimum design of such systems, it is important to know the characteristic variables of a fan. HM 210 investigates a radial fan. This trainer determines the interdependencies between the head and flow rate as well as the influence of the fan speed on the head and flow rate.

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