Robin Kaufmann - Bombas "Inteligente" , "Intelligent" Pumps

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Bombas "Inteligente" , "Intelligent" Pumps

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  • 1. BOMBAS «INTELIGENTE»«INTELLIGENT» PUMPS
  • 2. DEFINITION OF “INTELLIGENCE” :“Intelligence has been defined in different ways, including the abilities for abstract thought, understanding, …and problem solving.Intelligence is most widely studied in humans, but has also been observed in animals and plants. Artificial intelligence is the intelligence of machines or the simulation of intelligence in machines.”From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Todays topic: SMART pump technology  – applying artificial intelligence to fluid handling 2
  • 3. What is the need for an intelligent fluid handling system? Many organizations have a growing concern for the environment.Businesses play a critical role in developing and  utilizing environmentally sound products.Awareness of the impact fluid handling equipment can have on the environment to find ways to reduce negative effects. • Reduction of Energy • Compliment with governmental regulations • Customer demands for eco‐friendly technology  • Appealing to green philosophies • Protecting the environment • Reducing waste 3
  • 4. During the efforts to develop an intelligent fluid handling system it was a natural thought  to create energy saving simply by using less energy. UNDERSTAND NATURAL INTELLIGENCE… …CREATE ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE 4
  • 5. BRUSHING YOUR TEETH WITH THE TAP  RUNNING   ≈ 15 Liters  5
  • 6. BRUSHING YOUR TEETH TURNING THE TAP  ON AND OFF   ≈ 1 Liter 6
  • 7. This gave the initial idea to develop a fluid handling system, capable of… …“Turning on and off the tap” self sufficient. The  patented SMART control: ”Tap OFF mode” ‐ OPEN LOOP when paint needs to be circulated but is not required at any take off point.”Tap ON mode” ‐ CLOSED LOOP when paint is required maintain required pressure but only supply the flow needed at the user points  7
  • 8. SYSTEM IN USE: Total FOR usage FLOW 20 L/min take off SYSTEM READY pain USE: approx. 15L/min LAST TAKE OFF: typically 9barReturn line OPEN LOOP: Pump OPEN LOOP:System not in use System not in useFlow 7,5 L/min @ 0 bar pressure Flow 7,5 L/min @ 4 bar pressure Air piloted back pressure regulatorReturn line CLOSED LOOP: Pump CLOSED LOOP: in useSystem ready for use E2-30 SMART Pump System READY for use IN use 5 L/min @ 8 bar pressureFlow 20 L/min @ 8 bar pressure Flow 20L/min @ 12 bar pressure VARIABLE 20 - 30L/min @ 12 bar pressure 8
  • 9. REDUCE ENERGY WHEN  IT‘S NOT NEEDED CLOSED LOOP DURING APPLICATIONOPEN LOOP CLOSED LOOP OPEN LOOP ≈ USED ENERGY CONSTANT  Pump Speed (Hz) PRESSURE  Pump Pressure (bar) 9
  • 10. Smart ControlThe ‘Smart’ system design provides fortwo modes of operation.Open Loop‘unload’ the back pressure regulator toreduce the paint line pressurepump motor will be driven to run at apre-set minimumClosed LoopPaint pressure maintained by the back-pressure regulator Back Pressuremonitored at the pump by a pressure sensor Pressure Sensor Regulatorpump speed is controlled within pre-set limits to maintain the (air pilot)pressure required 10
  • 11. Continue the natural thoughts Analysing and understanding the process was the key. Target was to overcome all of the todays known concerns when thinking of fluid handling:  • Works for widest possible range of materials • No paint shear • Low maintenance • No consumables 11
  • 12. Logical conclusionThe need to save energy in pumping paint meant that electrical drive was  the only logical choice. Why?Pneumatic pump operation Indirect Energy Energy source (KW)   compressor pumpElectric Pump Operation  Direct Energy Energy source (KW) pump 12
  • 13. WATTs to consider when comparing‐(η) ‐(η) ‐(η) ‐(η) 13
  • 14. Detecting the “True Power” used Pure view on physically input energy Independent of system components DIRECT COMPARISON OF ENERGY  CONSUMPTION PNEUMATIC vs. ELECTRICBINKS Maple 30 BINKS E2‐30 14
  • 15. ENERGY CONSUMPTION [KW]MAPLE 30 PNEUMATIC PUMP  15
  • 16. ENERGY CONSUMPTION [KW] E2‐30 ELECTRIC PUMP 16
  • 17. DIRECT COMPARISON E2‐30 vs. Maple 30 17
  • 18. + + ? = 18
  • 19. Moment of both Pistons pushing Pushing piston takes  longer to complete  the stroke (still at constant  velocity) Returning Piston  changes over as  before, this gives  small overlap where  both Pistons are  pushing  19
  • 20. Symmetrical design CV CamAsymmetrical design CV Cam 20
  • 21. 21
  • 22. ConclusionsSimplicity of the horizontal design Reduction of consumablesElectrical power as a motor driveClean and Efficient use of energy Think SMART 22
  • 23. There are Situations in life when it‘s simply better to stay… …horizontal 23
  • 24. Contact Info Robin KaufmannProduct Manager BINKS PCE ITW Oberflächentechnik GmbH 63128 Dietzenbach r.kaufmann@itwautofinish.eu +49 160 700 9449 24