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Ammonia pump
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ammonia pump
ammonia pump
ammonia pump
ammonia pump
ammonia pump
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Characteristics

Fluid
ammonia
Operation
electric
Technology
canned motor
Domain
industrial
Applications
circulation, high-temperature, reverse
Other characteristics
compact, vertical
Flow

750 m³/h
(26,486.00004 ft³/h)

Head

160 m
(524'11" )

Power

315 kW
(428.28 hp)

Description

Vertical Reverse Circulation Pump This is a vertical-orientation, reverse circulation canned motor pump, typical for applications involving liquefied gases and refrigerants. Designed for zero-leakage operation in applications that demand robust and reliable performance. Design Features of Hayward Tyler Vertical Reverse Circulation Canned Motor Pump Model Basic design using a hollow shaft, vertical orientation, and reverse circulation. Typical applications include liquefied gases (LPG, LNG etc.) and refrigerants (Ammonia, etc). Key Benefits: No leakage No external lubrication Airtight Compact design No shaft seal Low noise and vibration Common Applications Hayward Tyler Canned Motor Pumps are ideal for applications that: Pose a pollution hazard to the surrounding environment Have a fire or explosion risk Can cause a public hazard due to toxicity or related properties Use fluids that react with air to form dangerous fluids, or air interferes with the system process Use fluids that solidify easily, are at high-temperature or cryogenic Use fluids that contain solid particles Utilize high system pressure or severe conditions

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Meet this supplier at the following exhibition(s):

ACHEMA 2024
ACHEMA 2024

10-14 Jun 2024 Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Hall 6.0 - Stand C81

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