Water pump ACP series

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9,000 m³/h (317,832.0005 ft³/h)


40 bar (580.151 psi)


190 m (623'04")


ANDRITZ single-stage centrifugal pumps from the ACP series are available in a highly wear-resistant, open impeller design. Thanks to their low axial thrust and open channels, these pumps are suitable for conveying many different media. Depending on the impeller design, they can convey slightly contaminated and contaminated media with some solids and content up to consistencies up to 8%. Thus, operating as processes pumps, they cover a wide range of applications in the pulp and paper, mining, offshore, power, food, and chemical industry. Additionally, ANDRITZ single-stage centrifugal pumps can also be used in water supply, waste water treatment, desalination plants, and irrigation as well as drainage. A modular system ensures high availability, enables the use of proven components and reduces the number of spare parts to be held in stock. They have a single-stage, single-flow, open or semi-open impeller. They have a consistency of up to 6%, heads of 10-180 m and a flow rate of 8,000 m³/h. Their pressure measure of up to 40 bar, with an operating temperature of up to 200°C and an efficiency rate of 90% and higher. ANDRITZ centrifugal pumps form the ACP series can be delivered with and for an Industrial Internet of Things upward integrateable base. Facts: Flow rates up to 8.000 m³/h Heads up to 180 m Temperatures up to 200°C Consistencies up to 6% atro Efficiency up to 90% Product benefits Maximum efficiency of up to 90% State-of-the-art NPSH behavior Part load behavior better than industry benchmark Reduced number of spare parts to be held in stock Only five bearing support sizes for the entire series SMARTSEP degassing system IoT enabled
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