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Mud Pump- Working Principle
Mud pump is machine which convey drilling mud or water and other flushing
fluid during drilling. It used widely mechanical pump in today society and plays an
important part in the drilling equipment. It has two main performance parameters
namely displacement and pressure. What’s more, its structure is simple and operation
is easy. Because of its small size, the transportation and use is very convenient.
Mud pump-working principle
Commonly used mud pump is a piston or plunger.
The pump rotation of the
crankshaft driven by power machine. Crankshaft drives the piston or plunger to do
reciprocating motion in the pump cylinder through crosshead. Under the action of
alternating suction and discharge valve, it achieves the purpose of nipping and
Mud pump achieves the purpose of cooling the drill bit, and sending and
removing the cutting down debris by letting surface flushing medium (Water, mud or
polymer fluid) through High-pressure hose taps and drill column, central hole and
reach the bottom of the drill bit under certain pressure. According to number of
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cylinders pump, the mud pump can be divided into Single-cylinder, two-cylinder,
triplex and other forms. Mud pump usually used in geological research work and coal
mines and other ground engineering. Overall, mud application market is very broad,
such as mining, paper, printing and dyeing, environmental protection, graphite,
gold, ceramics, oil refining, petrochemical, chemical, farm, salt, iodine field, dyeing,
brewing, chemical fertilizer, coking plant, building, gold, mud, sand, mud, dirt pond,
sending dirty liquid suction thick paste thick liquid, loading materials and suspended
substances in wastewater operations.
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