Biral Offers New Range of Pumps for Communal Water Supply

15.10.2013

With the new high-pressure centrifugal pumps, designed for drinking water supplies and industrial applications, Biral is offering a solution-orientated range of high pressure centrifugal pumps. They are especially energy-saving and highly effective.

High-pressure centrifugal pumps convey drinking water in volumes of up to 300 m³/h and delivery heads up to 500 m.

Sophisticated pump construction and energy-saving motors (IE3 as an option) lead to efficient, reliable pump operation.

Thanks to well thought-out options for nozzle positions, the pump can be adapted optimally to the system.

Maintenance is made considerably easier thanks to the option of modular disassembly and assembly.

On the horizontal versions (HZP RH / HZP RHD) the pumps and motor are connected via flexible coupling and mounted on a common steel frame.

On the vertical design (HZP RV) a rigid coupling connects the pump with the motor. The lower part of the pump is designed as a base. This model of pump is ideally suited to limited space conditions.

Advantages

  • Kit system – simple installation and disassembly
  • Designs with slide ring seal – maintenance-free
  • Designs with gland seal – simple maintenance
  • Highly effective

Areas of use

  • Water supply
  • Pressure booster systems
  • Washing system
  • Industrial plant
  • Irrigation
  • Building technology
  • Snowmaking equipment

Picture: New Biral centrifugal pump range (Image: Biral)

Source: Biral AG

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