Pumps for hot oil and hot water

CombiTherm Plus pump provides transfer of hot fluids without external cooling systems.

08/09/2016


CombiTherm Plus pump provides transfer of hot fluids without external cooling systems. Courtesy: SPX FlowSPX Flow's CombiTherm Plus pump provides transfer of hot fluids without external cooling systems. The pump is available for hot oil or hot water in applications including chemical processing, steam generators, fuel heaters, and heat recovery systems. The design uses cooling fans and large fins to keep the temperature around the shaft sealing below 220 F at process temperatures of 660 F. Available for flows up to 1330 gpm, pumps are designed to handle high pressure throughout their flow range with hot oil pumps operating up to 360 psi and hot water pumps up to 450 psi. The hot oil pump has an open quench system with visual level indication and optional remote leakage detection. The hot water model comes with a steam eliminator on the seal chamber.

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