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Wastewater pump NP
for chemicalselectriccentrifugal with volute

wastewater pump
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Characteristics

Media
for wastewater, for chemicals
Operation
electric
Technology
centrifugal with volute
Domain
industrial, chemical, for wastewater treatment, for the metallurgical industry
Applications
cleaning, process, chemical process
Material
PVDF, PP
Other characteristics
single-stage, with mechanical seals
Flow

1,200 m³/h (42,377.6001 ft³/h)

Pressure

10 bar (145.038 psi)

Head

100 m (328'01")

Power

200 kW (271.92 hp)

Description

Applications The NP pump series is excellently suited to pumping tasks in the chemical industry, electroplating plants, metallurgical industries, steel and stainless steel pickling lines, evaporation and regeneration units, wet flue gas cleaning systems downstream of waste incinerators as well as in exhaust air scrubbing and industrial waste water treatment. Materials The chemical pumps are available in PP, PE-UHMW as well as PVDF. Performance data Pump capacity: up to 1200 m³/h Total differential head: up to 100 m Operating temperature [t]: -20°C up to +110 °C Operating pressure [p]: up to 10 bar Diameter of discharge nozzle: DN 25 up to DN 250 Drive rating [P]: up to 200 kW Construction: Horizontal centrifugal pump, process pump design; Casing and fitting dimensions to EN 22858/ISO 2858; Complemented by size 40-25-125, 40-25-160, 250-200-400 and 300-250-400. Mechanical seals The MUNSCH REA mechanical seal, specifically developed for non-metallic pumps, ensures maximum operating reliability and a long service life while being easy to assemble and repair. The main construction material of the mechanical seal is silicon carbide. No other material offers better corrosion and wear resistance.
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