Centrifugal pump

Xylem Inc.’s Bell & Gossett series e-90 line centrifugal pump is specifically designed for the commercial HVAC market.

04/01/2013


Bell & Gossett series e-90 line centrifugal pump, Xylem Inc.Xylem Inc.’s Bell & Gossett series e-90 line centrifugal pump is specifically designed for the commercial HVAC market. The pump features a high hydraulic efficiency and closed-coupled design and can be mounted either vertically or horizontally for a wide range of applications. The e-90 line centrifugal pump also features a vacuum cast bronze impeller and a robust silicon-carbide mechanical seal to deliver reliable operation in demanding environments. The pump is available in eight sizes, providing wide hydraulic coverage up to 300 gpm flow. The pump uses an industry standard 56J motor in 1/3 – 3 hp 4-pole speed and ½ - 5 hp 2-pole speed.

Xylem Inc.

www.xyleminc.com



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