End Suction Chemical Centrifugal Pump XAH Series

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General description of XAH Series End Suction Chemical Centrifugal Pump


The pump mounting dimensions to meet ISO 2858;Design pressure up to 1.6MPa; Seal cavities construction is suitable for both mechanical seal and soft packing seal; All the chemical pump parts are stainless steel precision casting and good appearance. To match different liquid application, material can be Cast Iron, Stainless steel and bronze alloy…etc.

 

Technical data
Capacity:Q:8-1080m3/h
Head:H:5-100m
Max Working Pressure: 1.6MPa
Max Operating Temperature: 120℃
Rotation Direction : from the driven end, the pump rotating direction is CW

 

Model meaning of XAH Series End Suction Chemical Centrifugal Pump


XA H100/40A
XAH –XA H Series End Suction Chemical Centrifugal Pump
100 - Discharge Diameter (mm)
40 –Impeller Diameter divided by 10
A- Impeller Trimmed Code

Applications of XAH Series End Suction Chemical Centrifugal Pump



Civil, Chemical industry, Metallurgy, Light industry. Such as : Buildings, water works, irrigation, HVAC ; oil processing, Steel industry, silver-smelting, copper-smelting, iron-smelting, Tin-smelting, aluminium -smelting, zinc-smelting…etc non-ferrous metal smelting. Foodstuff, pharmacy, drink water, clean water, alcohol, desalination of sea water and water treatment

 

FAQ of XAH Series End Suction Chemical Centrifugal Pump

1. Are your pumps protected against dry running?

No, unprotected centrifugal pumps are not generally designed for dry running. It is important to give us or your dealer as much information as possible about the system in which the pump is used. Inlet pressure, the type of liquid to be pumped, together with relative density, viscosity and temperature, for example, are required in order to allow CNBM to recommend the right pump with the right gaskets for a long operating lifetime.

2. How can I get trained on CNBM products?

Yes, we provide training courses in our factory (products, general and specific pump technology, hydraulics, and practical applications). Please consult your sales manager or get in touch with our headquarters for more information.

3. Are your pumps cheaper than those of your competitors?

CNBM aims to give its customers the highest standards of quality and service and delivery times, all at a reasonable price.

 

 

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