Albany’s Internal Lobe

Albany’s Internal Lobe

ALBANY’s range of internal lobe pumps called L-type follow the concept of the original Stothert and Pitt Internal Lobe Pump. The company’s lobe pumps are engineered in a number of material combinations to handle different types of fluids. These pumps boast extreme proficiency at pumping high viscosity liquids at low rotational speeds or low viscosity liquids at synchronous motor speeds. The Albany L range is ideal for several applications in the sugar industry, thanks to its ability to move high viscosity and abrasive products. 

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Internal Lobe Series

Design Advantages
  • Pump casing is fitted with renewable liners for longer life 
  • Quiet operation and run by computer-generated profiles 
  • Jacketed body allows for steam, oil or electric heating where needed 
  • Capability to impart reciprocating motion for smoother operation 
  • Engineered using high-quality materials for higher reliability 
  • Maintenance can be done without disassembling pipework or suction 
Available Options

We customise pumps according to your specific application. Get in touch with us today to get a complete list of your options. 

 

  • Vertical or horizontal configuration 
  • Material options 
  • Full flow relief valves 
  • Internal or external bearings 
  • Spare parts 
  • Mounting 
Key Specifications

MODEL 

PUMP SIZE 

MAX TEMP 

MAX PRESS 

FLOW RATE 

LA – HIGH VISCOSITY PUMPS 

1”-8” 

200 °C 

25 BARg 

72000 lph 

LB LOW VISCOSITY PUMPS 

2” - 4/6” 

200 °C 

 

20 BARg 

15000 lph 

Applications
  • Heavy crude oil 
  • Fuel oil 
  • Molasses 
  • Sugar syrup 
  • Soap 
  • Paint 
  • Bitumen 
  • Grease 
  • High viscosity products
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Internal lobe pumps

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LOW VISCOSITY PUMPS

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Principle of Operation

The pumping action of the rotary lobe pump is generated by the counter-rotation of two pumping elements called rotors within the rotor case. The timing gears and rotors are located on shafts, which in turn are mounted within an external gearbox and supported by bearings. The timing gears are responsible for transferring energy from the driveshaft to the driven shaft, synchronizing the rotors so that they rotate without contact with each other. As the rotors pass the suction port, the cavity generated increases creating a pressure decrease, which induces the pumped medium to flow into the rotor case. 

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How our experts can help you: 

  • Design and cost a system or project 
  • Customise and engineer solutions for your specific application 
  • Provide spare parts and maintenance services
  • Conduct Site-Wide Pump Health Audits with our Nexus Program
  • Pump Manuals and Technical Guides 

And so much more! 

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