paper stock pump / centrifugal / industrial / single-stage
MC series

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  • Other characteristics:

    single-stage, modular, with open impeller, extraction, for paper stock

  • Flow:

    Min.: 0 m³/h (0 ft³/h)

    Max.: 13,000 m³/h (459,090.6674 ft³/h)

  • Pressure:

    Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

    Max.: 25 bar (362.594 psi)

  • Head:

    Min.: 0 m (0'00")

    Max.: 190 m (623'04")


ANDRITZ medium-consistency pumps from the MC series fulfill highest customer expectations regarding efficiency, life cycle, easy maintenance, economic efficiency, and reliability. Thus, they ensure stable production at all times. The excellent economic efficiency has been proven many times, providing energy savings of up to one third compared to other medium-consistency pumps and lower investment costs due to lighter construction.

Conveying medium-consistency wet beet pulp suspensions and all types of vicious media is a complex task. ANDRITZ offers a practically tested pump to transport traditional wet beet pulp from extraction systems to pulp presses using screw- or belt conveyors, bucket elevators or positive displacement pumps. ANDRITZ medium-consistency pumps from the MC series fit perfectly into the application to replace existing old systems, as they offer state-of-the-art pumping of wet beet pulp and thus provide major advantages.

In addition to its simple modular design, the greatest advantage of ANDRITZ medium-consistency pumps are the innovative separation system (SMARTSEP). This system was specially developed by ANDRITZ. Due to this integrated degassing system, the first single-shaft solution tried and tested in practice for pumping medium-consistency pulp can be used for almost all media and operating ranges without requiring any vacuum pump. Coordinated equipment sizes cover both the requirements of smaller plants, as well as the full performance spectrum of larger new plants with capacities of up to 5,000 bdmt/day.