CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS, SINGLE STAGE, VERTICAL SPLIT CASE

SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF 1.0.


PUMPS CHARACTERISTICS
The centrifugal pump has several characteristics and in this section, we will present the most important ones.
• The number of stages
Depending on the number of impellers in the pump, a centrifugal pump can be either a single-stage pump or a multistage pump.
• The position of the pump shaft
Single-stage and multistage pumps come with horizontal or vertical pump shafts. These pumps are normally designated horizontal or vertical pumps.
• Single-suction or double-suction impellers
Depending on the construction of the impeller, a pump can be fitted with either a single-suction impeller or a double suction impeller. For more information.
• Coupling of stages
The pump stages can be arranged in two different ways: in series and in parallel.
• Construction of the pump casing
We distinguish between two types of pump casing: Volute casing and return channel casing with guide vanes.
Vertical motor with turbine impeller for wet pits, tanks and sumps. Includes pumping unit and motor driver.
Applications
-    Municipal water
-    Irrigation
-    General industrial
-    Snow making
-    Power generation
-    Oil and gas production
-    Hydrocarbon processing
-    Mining
-    Storm water
-    Sump service

STANDARD CHARACTERISTICS
Material: CS as default Material
Liquid flow rate: MAX: Flow (GPM) x Head (FT) < 430,000 [Flow (L/S) x
Head (M) < 8250]
Fluid head: Default: *75* FEET [*25* M]; MAX: Flow (GPM) x
Head (FT) < 430,000 [Flow (L/S) x Head (M) < 8250]
Temperature: Default: *120* DEG F [*50* DEG C]; MAX: 500 DEG
F [260 DEG C]
Fluid Specific Gravity: Range: 0.2 - 5.0; Default: *1.0*


EQUIPMENT COST (USD)

4Q 2016


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