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7/10/2008 10:00 AM
 
I am corrosion and maetrial engineer. We have to choose a pump for the following media: Produced water: 210000ppm chlorides pH: 3.6 Contain dissolved oxygen, so aerated produced water Temperature: from 5%C2°C (min) to 45%C2°C (max) Do you think that superduplex pumps is a good material selection? I think problem is from the low pH and from the fact that the water is aerated
 
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7/12/2008 10:00 AM
 
Under your operating envelope U can use superduplex SS like SAF 2507/ UNS S32750 but hv to ensure PREN fairly above 40 and the material is properly solution annealed. regards >I am corrosion and maetrial engineer. We have to choose a >pump for the following media: > >Produced water: > 210000ppm chlorides > pH: 3.6 > Contain dissolved oxygen, so aerated produced water > Temperature: from 5%C2°C (min) to 45%C2°C (max) > >Do you think that superduplex pumps is a good material >selection? > >I think problem is from the low pH and from the fact that >the water is aerated
 
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