DIN-Standards Centrifugal End-Suction Pump

The baseplate mounted centrifugal pump to DIN 24255 is commonly used in a wide range of industrial applications, but it is only rarely found in building services.

They are mainly used in installations requiring large flow rates, abnormally high working pressures (cast steel, S.G.iron) or special temperatures or pressures respectively. Their installation requires heavy foundations and extensive piping configurations. The high flow velocities within the pump body and the pump ports often require special noise attenuation measures.

The following diagram depicts a sectional view of a flexibly-coupled end-suctionpump without motor, coupling and baseplate.

 

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