KSB At WTT-Expo 2007


Frankenthal-based KSB Aktiengesellschaft will for the first time present the Etanorm RSY pump series in Karlruhe.

KSB At WTT-Expo 2007

KSB: Etanorm RSY for heat transfer systems and hot water circulation systems

Standardized pumps that have been constantly improved over decades provided the basis for developing the new models for the transport of mineral oil or synthetic base heat transfer fluids in heat transfer systems (DIN 4754) and for hot water circula­tion (DIN 4752). The new pumps are designed for large volume flow rates and have suction nozzles with nominal diameters of up to 350 mm.

Their excellent efficiency translates into very low energy consumption.

Thanks to its design, the series does not require any separate, external cooling equipment up to operating temperatures of 350 °C. This improves operating reliability as there is no need for potentially vulnerable auxiliary cooling systems.

WTT also offers KSB a forum for showing its compre­hensive range of pumps and valves for heat transfer systems. The Y-valves of the NORI 40 series made of steel feature hydraulically optimized flow paths which make for low internal pressure losses. Heat transfer systems equipped with these valves are very energy-efficient. Strainers with the same type of body as the valves filter solid particles out of the fluid and thus protect high-quality system components from damage. As well as the above models, the manu­facturer also supplies bellows-type globe valves, non-return valves and strainers made of nodular or grey cast iron.

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