Two New Slim Line Pumps from ITT Flygt

29.10.2003

ITT Flygt has released a further two slim line pumps, for use in active dewatering. The new 60Hz models, which can handle up to 850 US GPM (55 l/s) and pump up to heads of 240 feet (70 meters), can operate in pipes ranging between 12”and 20” (300 & 500 mm) in diameter, with 3” and 4” hoses.

Two New Slim Line Pumps from ITT Flygt

ITT Flygt has launched two new slim line models from the hard working Flygt Bibo range of submersible pumps, designed specially to handle liquid containing high amounts of clay, stone chips, drilling fines or other solids, common in heavy construction and mining dewatering applications. Operating in all corners of the world, over 1 million Flygt Bibo pumps have already been manufactured to date.

The new 60 Hz models, which range between motor size 6hp (4.5 kW) and 13hp (9.7 kW) with voltage range 220V to 600V, can handle up to 850 US GPM (55 litres per second) and pump at heads up to 240 feet (70 meters) equipped with 3” and 4” hose connections. They are made from cast aluminium and have an outer casing of stainless steel. The multi-vane impellers are made from hardened high-chrome cast iron (HRC 60) in order to withstand tough and abrasive operating conditions.

As standard the pumps have Flygt´s unique double sealing system, two seals that work independently of one another, but provide double protection, plus spin-out®, which expels particles from the seal chamber. In order to meet the demands of active dewatering, the pumps come in two sizes, 11 ½” (295 mm) and 14 3/8” (360 mm) in diameter, and they can fit easily into most pipes. Just like any other member of the Flygt Bibo range the pumps are portable, therefore they can be simply lifted from one pipe to another and set to work, the ideal product for equipment rental markets

About ITT Flygt

ITT Flygt is the world’s leading supplier of submersible pump and mixer solutions. Our products are used in municipal wastewater treatment, industrial effluent handling, for general dewatering duties at construction sites and mines, and for process liquid handling, among others. We have 40 wholly or partly owned sales companies and are represented in more than 130 countries. The company has approximately 4000 employees of which 1500 are based in Sweden. ITT Flygt had a 2002 turnover of USD 632 Million. ITT Flygt is a subsidiary of ITT Industries, Inc., USA.

Our quality system is approved according to the ISO 9001 standard and our main factory in Sweden is certified according to the ISO 14001 international environmental standard. ITT Flygt is proud of being a founder of the international award, the Stockholm Water Prize, as well as national sponsor of the Swedish Stockholm Junior Water Prize.

About ITT Industries

ITT Industries, Inc. supplies advanced technology products and services in key markets including electronic interconnects and switches; defense communication, opto-electronics, information technology, and services; fluid and water management; and other specialty products. Headquartered in White Plains, NY, the company generated $4.99 billion in 2002 sales. In addition to the New York Stock Exchange, ITT Industries common stock is traded on the Midwest, Pacific, London, Paris, and Frankfurt exchanges.

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