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CombiSump Sump Pump for Oil and Gas


This pump is designed for lifting fluids from below ground level or from a sump. It is suitable for clean fluids or slightly contaminated liquids such as effluent, cleaning products, chemicals and hydrocarbon. The design standard used is API 610/682 especially for the petroleum industries. A magnetically coupled version is available. The maximum depth is 10 m. The impeller used is closed impeller with back vanes providing balancing of axial loads. A half open impeller with wear plates can be available. The standard sealing is oil seals but mechanical selas or gland packing is available. A vapor tight rectangular or circular mounting plate or pressurised design is optional. Motors can be standard IEC or ATEX design. Maximum capacity is 1500m3/hr and pressure 35 bar. Maximum liquid temperature is 160 bar. 

A sump pump designed to EN 733 (DIN 24255), ISO 5199 - ISO 2858 / EN 22858, API 610 / API 682.

  • Standardized and modular design
  • Magnetic driven option
  • Customized sump depths up to 10 m
  • Re-producible optimized hydraulics
  • High efficiency impeller
  • Closed impeller with back vanes providing axial balancing of impeller loads
  • Half open impeller with wear plate and external adjustment
  • Oil seal standard shaft sealing. Gas tightening option by mechanical seal or Gland Packing
  • Discharge flange according to ISO 7005 PN16, PN20, PN50 or ANSI B16.5 150 lbs, 300 lbs
  • Atex certification
  • Pumped liquid lubricated silicon carbide radial bearings
  • External lubrication optional
  • Heavy duty grease lubricated double row angular contact bearing for axial loads
  • Standard IEC flange motor
  • Mounting plate vapor tight or pressurized design
  • Rectangular or circular mounting plate
  • API 610 / API 682 execution engineered for hydrocarbon and petrochemical processing industries

Suitable for

Thin, clean or slightly contaminated liquids such as water, effluent, cleaning products, chemicals, hydrocarbons


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