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HM 290 Base Unit for Turbines Show data sheet (pdf file) Print page
Pump and Turbine Trainers
Turbines Training
Technical Description

  The base unit HM 290 is required to supply different turbines. Additionally, the base unit enables basic experiments on a centrifugal pump. 

  The closed water circuit of HM 290 features a water tank and a centrifugal pump with variable speed via frequency converter. The turbine to be investigated (HM 288, HM 289, HM 291) is placed on the tank cover and is connected to the base unit via hose. The flow rate respectively the pressure applied to the turbine is adjusted by pump speed. The height of fall and the pressure upstream of the turbine can be kept constant by a pressure control. A damping plate inside the tank ensures a low air entry into circulating water. Basic pump experiments can be performed using the included throttle valve. The throttle valve is placed upon the tank cover instead of the turbine.

  The base unit is fitted with sensors for pressure and flow rate. The microprocessor-based measuring technique is well protected in the housing. All the advantages of software-supported experiments and evaluation are offered by the GUNT software and the microprocessor. The connection to a PC is made by USB.

  Following turbines are available: a reaction turbine (HM 288), a Pelton turbine (HM 289) and an action turbine (HM 291).

  The well-structured instructional material sets out the fundamentals and provides a step-by-step guide through the experiments.

 

 
Learning Objectives / Experiments

- basic experiments on a centrifugal pump

 

together with the turbines HM 288, 289 or 291

- determination of typical turbine curves
- performance curves at varying turbine speeds
- determination of efficiencies 

Features

* Closed water circuit for supplying turbines1

* GUNT software for data acquisition, visualisation

  and operation1

* Basic experiments on centrifugal pumps1 

* Part of the GUNT Labline fluid energy machines

Alternative products
HM 365.32 -- Turbine Supply Unit
Specification

[1] supplying the turbines HM 288, HM 289 or HM 291 with water under pressure

[2] basic experiments on centrifugal pumps

[3] together with the turbines: investigation of operating behaviour and recording of turbine characteristics

[4] includes pump and transparent water tank

[5] low air entry into circulating water ensured by damping plate inside the tank

[6] variable pump speed via frequency converter

[7] sensors for flow rate and pressure 

[8] microprocessor-based measuring technique

[9] unit-specific GUNT software for data acquisition and operation via USB under Windows XP,  Windows Vista or Windows 7

 

Technical Data

Pump

- power consumption: 670W

- max. flow rate: 70L/min

- max. head: 35,4m

Water tank: approx. 15L

  

Measuring ranges

- flow rate: 3,9...50L/min

- pressure: -1...5bar

 

Dimensions and Weight
LxWxH: 670x600x630mm
Weight: approx. 28kg
Required for Operation
230V, 50/60Hz, 1 phase or 120V, 60Hz/CSA, 1 phase
Scope of Delivery
1 experimental unit

1 GUNT software CD + USB cable
1 set of instructional material

Order Details
070.29000  HM 290  Base Unit for Turbines
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