Submerged Vertical Centrifugal Pump ATLAS 10×8F-WG GRAVEL PUMP – Tiiec
Submerged Vertical Centrifugal Pump ATLAS 10×8F-WG GRAVEL PUMP – Tiiec Detail:
WG(H) GRAVEL & DREDGE PUMP:
WG(H) pump are designed for continuous pumping of highly abrasive slurries that containing large particles which other Atlas pumps can not handle, Large passage inside casing make it the best choice for gravel, dredging and other applications where large particles needed to be handled, especially for big flow, high concentration, high head media. Low NPSH requirement and robust design ensures long life under severe duties.
CLEAR WATER PERFORMANCE:
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS :
Usage of versatile wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant materials allows WG Series slurry pumps to service in various industries, help to reduce operation cost and down time. Applicable especially in slag delivery, dredging, coal washing etc.
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