Industrial Centrifugal Pump
Our Industrial Centrifugal Pump is extremely versatile with a number of applications including pumping oils, lubricants, mild chemicals and fluids with partial solids. The pump can also be ATEX rated to allow flammable fluids, such as diesel and petrol, to be transferred.
- High mechanical and corrosion resistance
- Low maintenance times, often maintenance free
- Low maintenance costs
The pump is extremely versatile as it can be supplied with a variety of build options to suit a range of installations and applications. This includes altering the application of the pump from transferring liquids between tanks to being used for tank cleaning and boosting pressure. The pump is supplied with either an open (6mm solids passage) or semi-open impeller.
Available in 2 capacity ranges, either 2 pole motors for high head applications or 4 pole for low head applications.
Benefits of using an Industrial Centrifugal Pump
- Easily maintained and quick troubleshooting, means short down time and low maintenance costs
- Robust & Versatile Pump
How does an Industrial Centrifugal Pump work?
The Industrial Centrifugal Pump will need to be primed before it is available to be used, this is achieved by filling the pump with liquid. The pump also requires a positive suction head for the pump to operate efficiently. When the pump is startedm the liquid moves into the pump casing where it meets the impeller. The impeller rotates to create the force that powers the liquid through the pump casing and into the discharge pipe. As the impeller forces the fluid through the pump casing, it generates a low pressure point which then draws in fluid from the suction side of the pump. This continues the pump operation of transferring liquid through the pump casing.
|Flow Rate||Up to 60 m³/hr|
|Pressure||Up to 47m|
|Solids Handling||Up to 6mm|
|Viscosity||Up to 200 cSt|
|Temperature||Up to 90°C, for long coupled pumps this is up to 180°C|
|Materials||Glass blasted Stainless Steel AISI 316L|