Taiko Kikai has adopted single contact point segmental gears as the standard for our gear pumps. The segmented gear eliminates the phenomenon of liquid containment that occurs with the conventional involute gear. These high-volume type pumps for conveying fluids minimize sound and vibration and have long life spans. They are used for conveying fuel oil, lubricating oil, or liquid chemicals.
Our high-volume one rotor screw pumps feature the rotation of a single-threaded metal male screw rotor inside the casing of a rubber double-threated female screw. This causes continual movement along the screw axis in the space formed between the two screws, which conveys the liquid.
These pumps are used to convey liquids of both high and low viscosity, as well as liquids containing solid particles. Their most common use is to convey liquids that contain dirt, sludge, or bilge.
The Taiko Kikai two rotor screw pumps are high-volume pumps that convey liquids through two sets of screws, one left-handed and one right-handed, enclosed in the pump casing. A very small clearance is maintained in the rotation through the use of timing gears. In addition, there is a minimal amount of leakage because the axle penetrates through the intake side. This product is well-suited to the non-lubricants, high-viscosity fluids, and hazardous fluids. It is used as cargo oil pump and chemical cargo pump.
Our three screw pump consists of one main rotor encased in a sleeve and two idler rotors driven by oil hydraulic pressure. In this high-volume pump, the fluid is conveyed by rotating the main rotor.
This product is well-suited to the high-pressure conveyance of lubricating fluid. It is used as a fuel oil supply, circulating pump for engines, a fuel oil burning pump for boilers and a crosshead lubrication pump.
The Taiko Kikai centrifugal pumps convey fluids with centrifugal force using the revolution of the impeller installed inside the pump casing.
Centrifugal pumps have long been known as water pumps, and our products have been used as cargo handling pumps and ballast pumps for ships, as well as for conveying fresh water, sea water, oil, and liquid chemicals.
The Taiko Kikai piston pumps are a positive-displacement pump that transfers pump liquid by reciprocating the piston contained in the cylinder liner.
The reciprocating slider crank mechanism converts the rotational motion by the electric motor to reciprocating motion.
There are passages leading to the suction port and the discharge port in front of and behind the cylinder, and it is an efficient structure by suction + discharge stroke in one way. In addition, each passage is equipped with a valve, the structure is such that the liquid does not flow back.
Taiko Kikai's USH series of marine bilge separators was developed by combining the technology of our three previous bilge separators when MEPC.107 (49) took effect., The USH series of new and powerful bilge separators is equipped with a high-performance, long-life coalescer capable of dealing not only with high-density and viscosity oil, but also emulsions that previous coalescers could not deal with.
Our SBH series of marine sewage treatment plants are small, high-performance items that were developed by incorporating the sewage treatment technology we developed over many years in the business.
The products in the SBH series can be used on all ships with more than 400 gross tons and a crew of at least 15 as specified in Annex IV of the Marpol 73/78 Treaty. We've also simplified operation and maintenance.
Taiko Kikai's rotary blower is a biaxial roots blower. The impeller configuration in our product lineup includes series with both two lobes and three lobes, depending on the use.
We can produce small blowers with a 20A aperture and large blowers with up to a 700A aperture, the largest in the country. We also have a wide selection of models from which to choose, including low-pressure and high-pressure blowers, those that use air, and those that use chemical gases. Our blowers have many uses, including water treatment, pneumatic transportation, gas circulation, and PSA.
Taiko Kikai's screw-type dry vacuum pump is an innovative product employing a unique screw design. This design has enabled us to produce a pump with the world's slowest screw rotational speed.
One feature of this screw type is that it efficiently emits powders and mists that accompany the air or other gases by employing single stage compression in a non-contact state from intake to exhaust. This highly dependable pump is used in a wide variety of vacuum applications, including such industrial sectors as semiconductors, liquid crystals, solar cells, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals.
We have several types of diaphragm blowers. One is electromagnetic-driven model that vibrates diaphragms by utilizing attraction and repulsive force between AC energized electromagnet and permanent magnet. Another is motor driven model that moves the diaphragm in a reciprocating motion with a connecting rod using an eccentric cam driven by the rotating motion of the motor. These blowers are used in a wide variety of applications, including aeration for wastewater treatment plants, bubble baths, health and medical equipment, and tanks for aquafarms, live fish and fish viewing.