Flowserve Pump Division introduces new Mark III In-Line Chemical Process Pump

05.08.2002

Flowserve Pump Division is introducing its new Mark III In-Line Chemical Process Pump. With exclusive design features, this space-saving pump offers improved pump reliability and extended mean between planned maintenance (MTBPM).

Flowserve Pump Division introduces new Mark III In-Line Chemical Process Pump

(Source: Flowserve)

The Mark III In-Line Pump designed with the unique SealSentry seal chambers including models with flow modifiers which redirect flow from circumferential to axial. This unique seal technology is self-flushing, self-venting and self-draining. Seal life is extended by this superior purging of heat, solids and vapors.

Designed to exceed ASME (ANSI) B73.2M criteria, this chemical process pump also features the Standard Mark III a power frame with micrometer impeller adjustment. This adjustment allows accurate and rapid setting of the clearance to the rear cover. Other unique features of the Mark III In-Line include:

  • A reserve vane impeller for consistent high pumping performance
  • Flowserve´s C-Plus precision motor and pump shaft alignment system for alignment within 0.05 mm
  • Optional ANSI 3A power frame with three-year MTBPM guarantee.

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