Mud Pump

Jay Khodiyar is a leading industrial mud pump manufacturer in Ahmedabad, India. We supply the highest quality Self Priming Mud Pumps to industries for the effective and efficient transport of liquids substance. Our range of Self Priming Mud Pumps is developed to meet the diverse needs of industries. Designed with the highest level of quality and precision, our pumps are renowned for their exceptional performance and ability to handle the toughest environment. We provide a broad range of mud-pumping systems that enables the circulation of semi-solid or fluid without any hassles during operation
  • Rugged Construction
  • Compact Design
  • Low Maintenance
  • Easy Service
  • Soft Gland & Mechanical Seal
  • Corrosion Resistant

Head up to 35 Mtr./ hr
Capacity up to 75m3/hr. / hr
Suction Head up to 7.5 mtr.
Material Cl, Bronze, Gun Metal, Stainless Steel, and other Alloys
Solid Hand Size up to 25mm /cm2
Viscosity up to 100 mm2 / sec.
Required Suction Negative or Positive / sec.
M.O.C. C.I., SS 304, SS 316, Gun Metal, and other / sec.

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Applications

  • Water Transfer

  • Chemical Transfer

  • ETP Wate

  • Filter Press

  • Rain Water

  • Cooling Water

  • Petrol, Kerosene, and Other Solvents.

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    What is a Mud Pump?

    A mud pump is a reciprocating positive displacement pump - particularly designed for drilling operations. It is used for circulating fluid(mud) with a drill bit and back up to the surface. Mud pumps are found valuable solutions for geological drilling, geological engineering construction, and foundation treatment.

    Function of the Mud Pump

    A mud pump is simply a machine that sends mud or water to the borehole during the drilling operation - as it is widely recognized most applicable in drilling applications. The core function of a mud pump is to inject mud into the well along with the bit while the drilling process goes on.

    A mud pump cleverly plays the role of cooling the drill bit, fixing the well wall, cleaning the drill tool, driving drilling, and bringing the cuttings back to the surface after drilling - hence closely carrying the drilling operations.

    Mud pumps can be classified by the number of pistons - including three major types: A duplex mud pump with two pistons, a triplex mud pump with three pistons, and a hex mud pump with six pistons.

    How Does a Mud Pump Work?

    • The power end of the pump starts with converting rotational energy into the reciprocating motion of pistons.
    • The piston applies force to the cylinder chamber while moving back and forth in the liners of the mud pump.
    • The piston retracts and opened valves allow fluid to be drawn into the cylinder.
    • Mud is moved through the fluid end of the pump and pumped with the drill pipe’s center hole and drill column bit.
    • Eventually, the mud is returned to the surface through the borehole annulus.

    Advantages of Mud Pumps

    Enhanced Efficiency
    Mud pumps increase the efficiency of drilling operations by allowing easy circulation of fluid(mud) and colling of the drill bit.
    Safety & Accuracy
    Mud pumps reduce the risks of overheating and fire while also preventing the drill bit from wandering off course due to excessive heat build-up.
    Low Mud Noise
    Mud pumps have comparatively lower mud noise - helping with better measurement while drilling and logging while drilling decoding.
    Consistent Flow Rate
    Functioning as a positive displacement pump, it enables the fluid’s flow rate to be consistent irrespective of the outlet pressure.
    More Productivity
    Mud pumps noticeably increase the productivity in drilling operations with reduced downtime associated with the repetitive replacement of drill bits.

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