The Flowserve HHPX pump is an end-suction, single-stage, radially split pump designed for high suction pressure seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination applications, such as energy recovery device (ERD) boosters. It is specially designed to deliver increased efficiency and easy maintenance, helping desalination plants lower energy and maintenance costs.
The HPX-Mag sealless pump is based on the proven Flowserve HPX API 610 process pump. It is a horizontal, overhung, single-stage, radially split, end-suction, top-discharge, centerline-mounted pump with a high-efficiency magnetic coupling. This versatile pump provides outstanding leakage protection and can handle the high pressures, temperatures and aggressive/toxic media often found in the oil and gas and hydrocarbon industries. The HPX-Mag magnetic drive pump is in full compliance with the API 685 standard.
The HPX-V vertical inline process pump allows you to save space without giving up performance. Its rugged ISO 13709/API 610 (OH3) construction and compact footprint make it ideal for high-pressure, high-temperature applications where installation space is limited. It is engineered to reliably withstand the tough operating conditions often found in the oil and gas and hydrocarbon industries.
The HWX pump is a vertical, in-line design pump fully compliant with API 610 (OH3), latest edition. This pump offers a space-saving alternative for many overhung process pumps in upstream and downstream services, low-temperature, high-temperature, and high working pressure services.
The PHL is an overhung horizontal one stage pump. Fully compliant with ISO 13709/API 610 (OH2), the PHL’s innovative multi-channel diffuser technology allows the hydraulics to be custom-tuned to ensure best efficiency hydraulic fits while maximizing parts interchangeability.
Having developed the first concrete volute pump in the 1920s, Flowserve is a global leader in the design and manufacture of CVP concrete volute pumps. Made of prefabricated concrete segments for the volute housing and intake suction bell with a metallic pullout rotor, CVP pumps are integrated into the civil construction to reduce installation costs. These vertical dry pit pumps have a well-earned reputation for trouble-free operation with minimal maintenance.
Flowserve VPC pumps are one of the world’s most comprehensive lines of mixed-flow, diffuser-style, double-case vertical turbine pumps. Available in single or multistage construction, as well as standard and ISO 13709/API 610- compliant designs, VPC pumps incorporate the proven hydraulics of the Flowserve VTP vertical turbine, wet-pit pump into a double-casing configuration. They are designed for continuous duty applications and are particularly well suited for services with limited NPSH available.
GA Series gear pumps have long been workhorses in highly viscous applications within a multitude of industries due to their dependability, efficiency and low total life cycle costs. Engineered to reliably pump viscous fluids over a broad range of flows and pressures, the GA Series' superior between bearings, external gear design offers the benefits of pulse-free operation, dry-run capability and ease of maintenance.
Capable of higher flows and pressures than GA Series pumps, GR Series pumps provide high efficiency, pulse-free pumping, even under the most challenging conditions. They are designed to handle viscous fluids across a broad spectrum of flows and pressures. The GR Series’ simple external design has only two moving parts and only one shaft seal to ensure long life and ease of maintenance.
The WXB is a multistage, diffuser-casing barrel pump with tandem impellers and a balance drum to carry axial thrust forces. It is designed for users who need the hydraulic range and performance of a ring section pump, but demand the design and maintenance attributes of a barrel pump. An extension of the well-proven WXB, the WXBB is an API 610-style, multistage barrel pump which incorporates Barske style impellers to produce stable low-flow performance. It is a reliable, direct drive solution for low-flow, high-head applications.
The horizontal frame mounted SMP single stage, standard motor pump has evolved as Flowserve design engineers have anticipated the growing and diverse applications requiring economical and reliable pumping. Their attention to SMP’s mechanical construction, materials and hydraulics has resulted in unsurpassed satisfaction and low life cycle cost for users.