Posts Tagged ‘coolant’

KSB: New efficient high-pressure pump

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 von admin

KSB_Movitec_125_02The new Movitec 125 pumps are complementing the current KSB range of vertical high-pressure pumps. These multistage centrifugal pumps are designed for fluids such as

  • water,
  • coolants,
  • condensate and
  • mineral oils.

They are ideal for industrial recirculation and fire-fighting systems, cooling water circuits and washing plants as well as for boosting pressure in general process applications, for example.

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KSB: Pumps increase efficiency of wind turbines

Thursday, September 20th, 2012 von admin

Etaseco canned motor pumps are installed in the wind turbines’ cooling circuits where they take care of efficiently cooling the power electronics. Because of its compact design and low weight, but above all, because of its no-leakage feature, this pump type is ideally suited for the confined space conditions of a wind turbine nacelle and has proven its worth in numerous applications.

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Data center cooling

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012 von admin

Multi-stage CAM

Servers have become an ever more important part in our daily lives because of the phenomenal growth in web hosting and cloud computing. Server reliability is crucial in sensitive industries like banks, insurance companies, major corporations, as well as for government agencies. Carrier France, a recognised supplier of energy-efficient cooling systems, has been relying on hermetic refrigerant pumps with canned motors made by Hermetic for years.

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KSB: Immersion variant of high-pressure pump

Friday, March 9th, 2012 von admin

At this year’s ACHEMA, KSB will for the first time present immersion pumps type Movitec VCl. These vertical, multistage centrifugal pumps are used for handling

  • coolants,
  • condensate and
  • lubricants for machine tools.

Potential fields of application include industrial recirculation systems, cooling water circuits, washing plants and pressure boosting in general process applications.

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