OCOR Corporation, a San Diego-based pump company has unveiled the V-8200 Model, a new universal pump design, which is based on its Multiple Segment Lobe pump.
The company says the new design focuses on expanding the industrial flexibility of a single pump unit, delivering high performance and simplifying the physical machine design to reduce manufacturing costs.
Like the original OCOR Multiple Segment Lobe pump, the Model V-8200 is a positive displacement type pump. It can transport many different types of media, such as water, oil, air and even semi-solids such as mud and sewage, in either direction, at constant efficiency and any desired rotor speed.
A high flow rate and a high pressure, non-pulsating flow is made possible with a single pass through with a near linear internal flow path. In reverse, the new design can generate a deep air or gas vacuum without an adiabatic temperature rise within the transport region (cavities) of the rotors.
The simplified design features the use of identical components such as six identical, sequentially synchronised lobe rotors and two identical end plates which contain four identical bearings. There is also a series of identical seals that reduce the cost of manufacturing and simplify the assembly procedure.
About OCOR Corporation
Located in San Diego, California OCOR Corporation was founded 1987 by Brian J. O’Connor, a 54 year veteran in mechanical engineering design. Prior to founding OCOR Corporation, Brian held senior design positions in the Advanced Design Section at Rocketdyne, now a division of Aerojet General, Powerdynetics Corporation (Homer Wood & Associates, Dr. Eric Balje et al) and Biphase Energy Systems, a division of TransAmerica DeLaval Turbine Company. He is also a Life Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and holds four design patents in the United States and one in Germany.
For more information about the OCOR Multiple Segment Lobe Pump or to request a development meeting, call +1619-328-1310 or email Brian at: email@example.com.