Centrifugal pumps are the most common type of pump available and account for approximately 70% of pump types used and refers to one of the main three families of pumps. A single-stage centrifugal pump consists of one impeller rotating on a shaft within a pump casing which is designed to produce fluid flow when driven by a motor. It is one of the simplest designs of pumps available and many variations in design exist to satisfy the duty requirements of applications. Impeller design is changed to accommodate clean, dirty and solid laden liquids, with several mechanical seal types to accommodate variations in applications.
Can pump a wide range of clean low viscosity or slightly contaminated fluids
Available with closed or semi open impeller
Back pull out design to ensure quick and easy maintenance
Heavy duty shaft that does not come in contact with the fluid.
External seal cooling system available
North Ridge Pumps SCP ISO2858 OH1 Long Coupled Chemical Process Pump Specifications: