- Advanced modular design reduces the number of parts while maximizing interchangeability.
- Optimal selection of impeller diameter and diffuser size installed in a standardized casing ensures that the pump matches the required duty for each application.
- The first stage of each pump size is equipped with a low required NPSH suction impeller.
- Axial thrust is hydraulically balanced by a patented balanced drum system with self-adjusting throttle device.
- Generously sized angular contact ball bearings absorb residual thrust.
- The pump can be built with an axial, vertical, left or right suction and a vertical, left or right discharge in any combination.
- All pump sizes can be provided with one or more “dummy” stages, if required.
- The pump is driven from the discharge side and the rotor is supported on the side by grease-lubricated anti-friction bearings and on the suction side by self-adjusting sleeve bearing lubricated by the pumped liquid.
- The pump feet are mounted to the suction and discharge casings in such a manner that the suction casing (for suction casings with radial branch) and discharge casing can be swung to suit the installation conditions.
- Casing components are sealed by O-rings and held together with tie rods.
- The balancing line is returned to the suction casing or to the upstream vessel.
- The mechanical shaft seal is located on the drive side only. Sealing can be (cooled or uncooled) single acting mechanical seal, packed gland (cooled or uncooled) or double-acting mechanical seal (uncooled).
Flow rate max. 1100 GPM (250 m³/h)
Head max. 2067 feet (630 m)
Speed max. 3600 rpm
Temperature 14 to 356 F (-10 to +180°C)
Pressure Rating max. 914 psi (63 bar)
Shaft seal mechanical seal packed gland
- Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants
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- Boiler feed
- Condensate systems
- Pressure boosting
- High pressure cleaning
- Waterworks, and water supply
- Reverse osmosis
- Chemical and Process
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