Posts Tagged ‘close-coupling’

KSB: New in-line pumps for building services

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016 von admin

Etaline LThe new Etaline L are small close-coupled pumps in in-line design. They are available in 12 hydraulic sizes with motors from 0.12 to 3.0 kW. The pump series covers flow rates of up to 95 m³/h and discharge heads of up to 21 metres.

The cast casings and the mechanical seals are designed for operating pressures of up to 10 bar. The connections at the suction nozzle and discharge nozzle can be either flanged or threaded, depending on the size. A confined O-ring reliably seals the casing, also in fluctuating operating conditions.

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Grundfos: Oils and fats challenge pump technology

Friday, August 7th, 2015 von admin

grundfos pressebild NB NKNew end-suction pumps according to chemical standard DIN EN 22858 for chocolate, biscuits, ice cream, baby food.

Vegetable oils and fats determine the texture, the look, the smell and the taste of many foods. They also protect the skin as cosmetics and transport the healing power of drugs in ointments and essences. Also in technology, oils and fats from oilseeds – rapeseed, soya beans and sunflower seeds play an important role. They can be processed among other things for pollution-free coolants for use in metalworking and for biodegradable lubricants and hydraulic oils. The oils and fats processing industry is continually looking for more efficient processes, quality and cost reasons. Maximum oil yield, minimum oil losses and energy savings are the relevant outcomes. Health aspects come into play: Only precise and sensitive processing (refining, hydrogenation) ensures that no unwanted reaction products occur.

Pumps are needed in all process steps of the refining of vegetable oils and vegetable fats

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