Posts Tagged ‘supply’

Griswold: Heavy Duty Centrifugal Pumps for Irrigation

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013 von admin

grisThe E,F&G Series pumps have been specifically designed for capacities up to 682 m3/h (3,000 gpm) or heads up to 95 meters (310 feet) A broad range of sizes and configuration options offer best performance for a wide variety of water pumping applications. These pumps are equipped with a choice of either a close-coupled NEMA electric motor or frame mounted with couplings to electric motors, engines steam turbines or belt-driven motors. The E,F&G Series pump’s 360-degree mounting capabilities extend installation options, while its close-coupled configurations can also be mounted vertically when space is at a minimum.


Pump competence for offshore applications

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012 von admin

The submersible motor pumps made by Andritz Ritz in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany, meet the world’s most stringent certification standards. A contract for a platform in Vietnam is perfect for showcasing the company’s competence. Andritz Ritz has been contracted to install water-supply pumps on an oil platform in Vietnam. The project is the result of a reorganization within the company to create a separate business unit for offshore services. Submersible motor pumps from Andritz Ritz boast the highest quality standards and deliver the ultimate in reliability. They also have a long track record in fulfilling the exacting criteria placed on them by customers and certification authorities, year in and year out, all over the world. Thanks to their design, these pumps create an extremely valuable commodity on platforms everywhere: space!


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.


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.