seawater pump / for chemicals / with electric motor / centrifugal
U series



  • Media:

    for seawater, for chemicals

  • Operation:

    with electric motor

  • Type:


  • Domain:

    chemical, for wastewater treatment, for the textile industry

  • Other characteristics:

    chemically resistant, explosion-proof, seal, explosion-proof, ATEX

  • Flow:

    500 l/min (132.086 us gal/min)

  • Head:

    40 m (131'02")

  • Power:

    Min.: 0.18 kW (0.24 hp)

    Max.: 5.5 kW (7.48 hp)


In the U Pump Series, the motor power is transmitted without slip directly to the pump impeller with a rigid shaft (no magnetic coupling). A mechanical seal prevents the leakage of the media to be pumped and ensures the leak proof sealing of the centrifugal pump.

Advantages of the U Pump Series:
also applicable for higher viscosities or metallic particles in the medium
the highest chemical resistance
robust, thick-walled design
low-maintenance through an optimal adaptation to the medium to be pumped
long-lasting and wear resistant, various types of designs for almost all operating conditions
open impeller (i.e. solids up to 3 mm grain size and 10 Vol. % possible)
models are also available, where no metal parts are in contact with the medium
easy to maintain (wear parts and the mechanical seal can be changed swiftly)
universally applicable, quiet and compact
various chemical resistant materials can be supplied as stock items
available as explosion proof version for combustible environments (ATEX)
The U Pump Series is universally applicable. The design and manufacturing materials allow for optimization for many operating conditions and media to be pumped.

This results in application possibilities, amongst others, for the following application fields
Wastewater treatment
Exhaust air scrubbers
Electro-plating technology
Environment engineering
Textile industry
Laboratory applications
Photographic chemicals
Purifying plants
Applications also for dirty and metallically contaminated media
Outer side set up with fluctuating viscosities