Vertical Centrifugal Pumps
We offer customized solutions in pressure-resistant, gas-tight and corrosion-proof designs for most applications in the chemical and petrochemical industries. Thanks to their high safety and quality standards, our system solutions are frequently implemented along with environmentally hazardous substances or potentially explosive compounds. Standards improve the safety of industrial processes, ensure quality, reduce costs and avoid waste. This is why we take German, European and American standards as its benchmark. The American Petroleum Industry (API) Standards in particular make high demands of the industry. We builds and delivers machines that comply with these specific requirements. Our tailored portfolio of compressors and blowers complies with API 617. API 614, API 670, API 671, API 672, API 673 and DIN EN standards. We thus help you to improve your plant’s efficiency and profitability.SUMP-GARD vertical centrifugal pumps are available in lengths from 12 in. to 20 ft (.3 m to 6.1 m), and handle flows to 900 gpm (204 m3/hr), heads to 180 ft. (55 m) and temperatures to 275°F (135°C). All fluid contact components are injection molded or fabricated of homogeneous polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) and polyvinyl fluoride (PVDF) — corrosion resistant thermoplastics that are chemically inert to the fluids they are specified to handle. The heavy-duty stainless steel shaft is completely isolated from the fluid by a thick-sectioned thermoplastic sleeve, eliminating metal contact with the pumped fluid. Unlike metals (including stainless steel, Hastelloy and other high alloys) that have annual corrosion rates, Vanton thermoplastics do not, allowing all liquids to be handled free of contamination, while maintaining the integrity of ultra-pure liquids.
SUMP-GARD vertical pumps are ideal for handling a broad range of corrosive, hazardous, toxic and otherwise aggressive fluids used throughout the processing and manufacturing industries, in utilities, and industrial and municipal water/wastewater treatment facilities — virtually any acidic, caustic, hazardous or unknown mixtures of waste/eﬄuent or combination of fluids across the entire pH spectrum collected in tanks and sump pits.