Tsurumi KTV submersible dewatering pumps

Friday, 24 September, 2010 | Supplied by: Australian Pump Industries Pty Ltd



The KTV series of heavy-duty submersible dewatering pumps manufactured by Tsurumi Pump is designed to provide the construction and mining applications with reliability. The series provides capacities of up to 2300 L/min flow and heads as high as 50 m. The complete series of pumps with bores from 50 mm (2), all the way through to 150 mm (6) are available in three-phase, 2-pole configuration and standard cast iron body construction.

The pump features a mechanical seal that allows water pressures of up to 142 psi, making it suitable for use in deep well applications.

The mechanical seal also features a unique ‘oil lifter’ developed to enhance sealing performance. The design enables the lifter to oil the top seal faces, even if the lubricant level drops below manufacturer’s recommendations. The lubrication cools the seal faces, providing longer life and reducing wear.

The pump range features a high-capacity, semi-open style impeller to enable a combination of flow and pressure, even in the toughest conditions. The shaft seal is a double-design, silicon carbide, while the pump shaft is 420 grade stainless steel.

The pump’s design enables the liquid to pass through the pumps casing, providing cooling to the motor, and extending motor life. Standard equipment includes heavy-duty 8 m cable to Tsurumi’s anti-wicking block. The anti-wicking block prevents the ingress of water into the motor even if the cable is damaged or worn.

Online: www.aussiepumps.com.au
Phone: 02 8865 3500
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