wastewater pump / for seawater / for fresh water / for chemicals
SATURNevo (ZGS | ZMS)
for wastewater, for seawater, for fresh water, for chemicals
with electric motor
industrial, for water treatment, fish farming, for marine applications
with mechanical seals, single-stage, high-efficiency, close-coupled, chemically resistant, for reverse osmosis, for abrasive fluids, abrasion-resistant, corrosion-resistant, injection, ATEX, for transfer, process, recirculation, distribution, chemical process, transport
0.2083 m³/s, 700 m³/s (24,720.2667 ft³/s)
Max.: 0.375 m³/s (47,674.8001 ft³/s)
Min.: 0 m³/s (0 ft³/s)
Max.: 8 bar (116.03 psi)
Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)
90 m, 130 m (295'03")
Max.: 160 kW (217.54 hp)
Min.: 3 kW (4.08 hp)
SATURNevo (ZGS | ZMS)
Integrally produced by Argal in its plant located in Italy, they are created by RTM injection moulding technology: parts are manufactured laying long-strand fiberglass mat in moulds before injecting the resin.
The use of fiberglass mat of different weight, texture orientation and numbers, reinforces the structure of the pump in the most mechanically solicited areas and at the same time offers high-quality surface finish and excellent chemical resistance of the wetted surfaces.
FRP SATURNevo pumps are available in two versions: ZGS (long-coupled) and ZMS (close-coupled).
Capacity: up to 1350 m3/h
Construction: close or long coupled
Motor powers: kW 3 ÷ 160
Wetted parts: Fiberglass FRP
ANSI-ASME B73.1 Standards
These SATURNevo FRP pumps are made in accordance with ANSI/ASME B73.1.
The design and the inherent resistance of FRP confer to these pumps the mechanical strength that can be compared to pumps constructed with metallic alloys.
The construction available with different blends of epoxy-vinyl-ester makes these pumps resistant to a broader list of corrosive and moderately abrasive chemicals. They can operate for common use and for seawater applications: as an alternative for metallic pumps, they ideally operate in water treatment applications, seawater aquarium, depuration of municipal and industrial wastewaters, as well as in general productive processes deploying chemical fluids.