Many different construction designs are available, with models featuring 1-3-5—10-15-22, 33-46-66-92-125 m3/h nominal capacities.
Balanced mechanical seal replaceable with out need for pump disassembling (for 10-15-22SV>=5,5kW, 0 "O" Ring seat design to allow for simple outer sleeve disassembly.
Floating for self alignment replaceable diffuser wear ring (PPS Glass filled tecnopolymer to withstand chemically corrosive, mechanically aggressive and high temperature liquids).
Reduced impeller axial thrust for longer standard motor bearing life (17,500h) 0 - Hard Material Intermediate bush bearing (Tungsten Carbide/Silicon Carbide) to improve life and ability to withstand heavy duty applications.
High temperature seal option (150°C max) with low NPSH design, high pressure design (up to 40 Bar),
and passivated & electro-polished version are available upon request.
Brown Brothers Engineers | Pressure Systems & Industrial Process Pumps
Brown Brothers Engineers was established in 1908 in New Zealand by Alfred and Phillip Brown. In the early years, the company specialised in electrical engineering and diversified into pumps after 1915.
In 1935 Brown Brothers moved into pump manufacture for farm, industrial and household use. In the post war decades Brown Brothers grew and thrived becoming the New Zealand distributor for many of the worlds leading pump manufacturers.
In 1980 Brown Brothers became a member of the Mace Group of Companies.
In late 1994 Brown Brothers established an office in Sydney and two years later opened an office in Melbourne. In April 2007 a Brisbane branch was opened.
In May 2004, Brown Brothers acquired Kelair Pumps Australia Pty Ltd, headquartered in Sydney and in March 2005 acquired Rob Laine Pumping Solutions Pty Ltd in Melbourne.
In 2007, Brown Brothers acquired Lowara Pumps Queensland.
Today the Pumps Group employs 140 people in 13 locations throughout Australia and New Zealand. The business continues to evolve in response to the ever changing needs of a varied and growing market.