SO, SC Stainless Steel Horizontal Single-stage Centrifugal Pump

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  • Working Pressure:Low Pressure Pump

  • Position of Pump Shaft:Horizontal Pump

  • Impeller Number:Single-Stage Pump

  • Influent Type of Impeller:Single Suction Pump

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Applications
SO:
Domestic water;
Water supply for industrial washing machine;
Water supply and drainage;
Washing and surface cleaning households;

SC:
Cooling, air condition and heating system;
Cooling device;
Washing device;
Pressurization and transportation of water for domestic and industry;

Operating conditioning:
Liquid temperature: -10~ +90;
Ambient temperature: Up to 40;
Altitude: Up to 1000m;
Max operation pressure: 8 bar;

Performance range:
Capacity: Q up to 60m³ /h
Head: H up to 22m
Power: P up to 3.0kw

Structure features:
SO is semi-open impeller stainless steel horizontal single-stage centrifugal pump; SC is close impeller stainless steel horizontal single-stage centrifugal pump. They are axial suction and radial discharge.

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