Vertical inline pumps

Pentair releases 382B series in-line pump offering.

10/21/2015


Pentair releases 382B series in-line pump offering. Courtesy: PentairPentair has released six vertical in-line pump sizes extends the 380 flow range to more than 11,000 gpm. All pumps come stainless steel-fitted. The motor and impeller are connected with aluminum coupling so that the seal can be serviced without the removal of the motor. Seals are available in a variety of material configurations that include a carbon/ceramic inside-unbalanced seal, with outside- balanced seals available in multiple material configurations. The casings are made from ductile iron to support working pressures up to 250 psi. The high-strength casings allow the pumps to be mounted in-line with the piping, and eliminate the need for a base, flexible piping and field grouting.

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