Centrifugal impeller pumps make a vortex of water with the pressure expanding towards the outside of the impellor.
- They are used in multiple applications like eating, cooling, circulation plant and air conditioning.
- They are used in irrigation.
- They also find their role in water supply.
- The biggest advantage of Single and Twin Impeller centrifugal pumps is their ease of use and simplicity. They don't require any valves, or numerous moving parts. This makes them simple to use with a wide range of materials.
- Their power output is enduring and reliable. The best part of this product is that they are very small as contrasted with different sorts of pumps that make the same output.
- They are compact, lightweight, and have adaptability with high-speed prime movers.
- Able to work with medium to low head as well as with viscous fluid in any challenging environment.
- Easy for maintenance and does not require engineer for installation.
- NM, NMS is a centrifugal pump closed with electric engine and extended shaft directly connected to the pump up to 30 kW, new section development for standard motors from 38 to 76 kW with integrated push bearing.
- NM, NMD is a centrifugal pump loosely coupled with electric motor with extended shaft directly connected to the pump. NM is single-impeller while NMD comes with two back-to-back impellers.
- N, N4 is single-stage end-suction centrifugal pumps with bearing section and option of lantern bracket in cast iron or bronze.
- NM4, NMS4 is a centrifugal pump with electric engine and extended shaft connected to the pump up to 16 kW, new bracket construction for standard motors from 19 to 70 kW with integrated push bearing.