Indian pump manufacturer Kirloskar Brothers Limited (KBL), recently exhibited its new technology of energy-efficient pumps for farmers at Kisan Mela 2022, India’s largest agricultural honest in Pune within the western Indian state of Maharashtra.
Ms Rama Kirloskar, joint managing director, Kirloskar Brothers Ltd at Kisan Mela 2022, India’s largest agricultural honest. – Image: Kirloskar Brothers Ltd
KBL’s newly unveiled new technology pumps for irrigation purposes are manufactured with advanced expertise and devour much less energy but maintain excessive performance. KBL has been serving to farmers with its energy-efficient pumps for many years. Ms Rama Kirloskar, joint managing director, Kirloskar Brothers Ltd stated: “With Kirloskar pumps, the effectivity stays constant for an extended period of time and therefore there is no loss in effectivity as observed in the case of generic pumps in the market. Kirloskar pumps help to avoid wasting vitality and reduce farmers’ electricity payments by up to 20% compared to different pumps obtainable out there.”
เครื่องมือใช้วัดความดัน are energy-efficient and have decrease and maintenance and lifecycle prices. The company’s submersible vary of pumps is able to drawing water from deep borewells which implies farmers can use them even when the water table goes beneath a sure level.
In addition to its wide range of water crammed submersibles, KBL additionally has an intensive range of oil stuffed submersibles which have benefits over water filled submersibles in industries that have problems with voltage fluctuation. KBL’s submersibles have one of the widest voltage bands ranging from 150–240 volts, making certain resistance to motor burning due to these fluctuations. High class bearings used within the oil filled submersible pumps reduce put on and tear.
Unlike water crammed submersibles, oil crammed submersible pumps are appropriate for both vertical and horizontal installation. When placed horizontally in a water tank they will almost empty the tank, preventing collection of sediment and stagnant water. In addition, while water-filled submersibles require frequent rewinding, oil-filled submersibles do not.
KBL’s water and oil stuffed submersible pumps even have an advanced sand-fighter design. When the pump fetches water from sandy borewells, the chances of sand being pumped along with the water may be very high which reduces the efficiency of pumps and will increase put on and tear of pump components. KBL’s superior sand-fighting association technology prevents sand from coming into the pump, avoiding wear and tear and preventing pump jamming.
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