Ebsray To Debut R75 Series Regenerative Turbine Pump


Ebsray Pumps Pty. Ltd., part of PSG, a Dover company and a global leader in the design and manufacture of regenerative turbine and positive displacement pump technologies, is pleased to announce that it will debut its new R75 Series Regenerative Turbine Pump.

Ebsray To Debut R75 Series Regenerative Turbine Pump


The new Ebsray R75 Series pumps have been designed and precision-built from the ground up, specifically for the unloading of LPG tank trucks. The R75 operates smoothly and quietly across its range even under poor suction conditions. Designed with no contact between the impeller and pump body, the R75 pump offers less wear and vastly increased times between maintenance. The pump features a maximum differential pressure to 14 bar (203 psi) and maximum flow rates are 480 L/min (127 gpm).

Ebsray will also present its RC40 Series pumps. RC40 pumps feature a single-stage impeller providing high performance with low maintenance requirements. The motor bracket of the RC40 fits NEMA and IEC B5 and B14 motors while the unique 3-ported design with two discharge ports provides installation flexibility for lower installed cost. In addition, the RC40 optimizes its class-leading performance and efficiency by using one motor size less than it’s leading competitors.

Additionally, Ebsray RX33 submersible pumps will be on display. RX33 pumps have been specifically designed and precision built for efficient, high pressure pumping of LPG, Autogas, propane and butane from underground or aboveground storage tanks. These pumps feature smooth, quiet operation and long pump life.

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