Tapflo Group Releases New Self-priming Centrifugal Pump

26.06.2014

Self-priming Centrifugal pump (CTS) is the second new product released this year by Swedish manufacturer. Few moths before a new active pulsation dampener was introduced to the market. CTS is an open impeller self-priming centrifugal pump, manufactured from AISI 316L stainless steel.

Tapflo Group Releases New Self-priming Centrifugal Pump

New Self-priming Centrifugal pump (Image: Tapflo)

The self-priming feature allows to use the pump in applications where standard CT pumps do not prove useful. The CTS pump is capable of creating up to 4,5 m of suction lift.

"Only the suction pipe has to be immersed and the pump can be located at a convenient spot. Disassembly of the pump can be done without interfering into the piping", explains Hakan Ekstrand Managing director at Tapflo Group.

The new CTS pump features simple and ingenious design, easy and quick maintenance and in many cases is completely maintenance free.

"Thanks to our ingenious design the customer can only replace one part on regular Tapflo CT pump to achieve the self-priming ability", says Mikolaj Laguna-Horodniczy from Tapflo Marketing.

"The product is also available in optional and special execution such as Lubricated seal and Hygienic shroud", adds Laguna-Horodniczy.

Source: Tapflo AB

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