Posts Tagged ‘booster’

KSB: New cost-effective high-pressure pump series

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 von admin

DPHM2-4-RF-HRThe pumps of the new compact, cost-effective Comeo type series are designed for an operating pressure of 10 bar. They are used for

  • water supply,
  • in small pressure booster systems as well as
  • in light industrial applications.
  • Water treatment is another application covered by this pump series.

The stainless steel variant Comeo C is ACS and WRAS approved for drinking water.

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Andritz Ritz: Pumps for a drinking water plant in Iraq

Thursday, August 27th, 2015 von admin

andritzAndritz will supply 121 pumps and 18 booster stations for a new drinking water treatment plant in Samawa, Iraq, on behalf of PWT Wasser- und Abwassertechnik, Germany. The new plant will pump up 220,000 m³ of water from a branch of the river Euphrat, which will then be processed into drinking water, fed to a pipework, and distributed to end-consumers via nine pumping stations.

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KSB: New submersible borehole pump

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 von admin

The UPA type series is intended for use in

  • general water supply,
  • irrigation,
  • mining,
  • groundwater drawdown and management,
  • fire-fighting and
  • pressure boosting applications.

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Wilo: High-pressure centrifugal pump with IE4 motor technology

Friday, February 3rd, 2012 von admin

The Helix Excel series is driven by EC motors with extremely low current consumption. These centrifugal pumps achieve motor efficiency values according to the manufacturer’s figures that even outclass the limit of the upcoming efficiency class IE4 (acc. to IEC TS 60034-31 Ed.1). As a result, all the future specifications of the new EU Regulation that came into force on 16 June 2011 under the auspices of the European Ecodesign Directive on the energy efficiency of electric motors are far outclassed.

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Edwards: Vacuum pumps for industrial applications

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 von admin

The new GXS pumps have high peak pumping speeds of up to 436 cfm, and when combined with a booster pump can offer even higher speeds of up to 1978 cfm, while achieving ultimate vacuum typically down to 3.8×10-4Torr without purge. These pumps are developed for many applications which require rapid pumping of large gas volumes, such as steel degassing and metallurgy processes, glass coating, solar coating, LED manufacture and load-lock applications for vacuum chamber evacuation, but can also maintain a low process pressure for extended periods.

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