The CPP line is designed to meet and exceed the ANSI B73.1 specification. Like all CPP pumps, they are designed around a single, basic hydraulic and mechanical design concept which assures the greatest efficiencies across the broad range of operating conditions, the greatest application flexibility and superior interchangeability.
The IPP pump is a process pump designed to meet and exceed the ANSI/ASME B73.1-2001 specification. These versatile pumps efficiently handle a wide range of corrosive and non-corrosive liquids ranging from water to hydrocarbons to slurries. You can apply them with complete confidence.
The CPP-L is the low flow option of the CPP product line, it is designed to fill the gap on the low flow side of the CPP range map. Due to its design, the CPP-L reduces the radial load and potential shaft deflection issues at low flow or throttled operating conditions. The CPP-L also complies with the ANSI B 73.1 standard. This pump can be used to replace existing equipment without any problem.
The Global Proposal System (GPS) is Ruhrpumpen’s Internet based pump selection system. GPS allows customers to quickly make accurate and detailed pump selections. As it is Internet based, no software is required on the local computer. By entering a set of operating conditions into GPS, all pumps matching those conditions can easily be displayed. From there a performance curve with operating conditions can be created and saved.