CPR20 : Presentation
The CPR20 pump is used to transfer aggressive and/or radioactive products.
It is designed to ensure uniform radiation protection equivalent to 1 m of ordinary concrete.
CPR20 : Applications
The CPR20 pumps can be used to create liquid effluent transfer circuits between different storage tanks or to create supply networks for sampling pumps.
CPR20 : 4 main pump components
Buried in the hot cell masonry: a stainless steel sheath which can then incorporate the pump and the flow rate regulation unit.
Inside the hot cell, a leak-tight stainless steel casing fixed to the sheath accommodates the pump head and the flow rate regulation system. It can connect to 3 tubing units: suction, discharge and return to the suction tank.
It also maintains the load on the pump.
A mechanical drive unit fitted to the outside of the hot cell
- Three-phase motor
- Transmission shaft
- Pump head support with temperature probe and liquid presence sensor.
A mechanical flow rate control unit fitted to the outside of the hot cell
- A support shaft
- An adjustment head with its calibrated orifices and protective sieve.
An electrical and control unit grouped in a stainless steel cabinet
- A programmable automatic control system with a variable speed drive to analyse the current consumption.
- A touchscreen for control, dialogue and real-time display of the various transfer phases.
- An emergency stop and general disconnector.