The rotating rotor in a progressive cavity pump is surrounded by a static stator, thus there are cavities between the two elements. As soon as the rotor turns, the respective media are conveyed through these chambers in a helical pattern from the suction to the discharge side of the pump. Rotors are mainly made of steel and have a spiral geometry. In the manufacturing process of rotors for progressive cavity pumps, different materials are used in the JÄGER Group.
We supply rotors made of hardened tool steel, which withstand mechanical wear in the best possible way. Stainless steel alloys are used to prevent corrosion. For maximum service life, rotors can be coated with hard chrome, tungsten carbide or chrome carbide.
Artemis rotors are also used in pumps under elevated temperatures. To ensure efficient and trouble-free operation of the conveying system, our experts adjust the rotor dimensions according to the expansion that occurs. We manufacture Single, double and multiple lobe rotors for all conveying tasks and work with you to create calculations and designs based on the latest 3D software.
The machinery of our own production facility allows rotors with overall lengths of up to eight meters. Our rotors meet high quality standards and are strictly controlled before delivery.
With our in-house production, we can offer you precisely fitting pump systems made of stators and rotors from a single source.