Split Case Pumps

Split Case Pumps – SCW Series

Split case pumps are a type of centrifugal pump that are designed to provide a higher flow rate at a specified operating head. They are often used in a variety of industrial, commercial, and residential applications. These pumps are known for their efficiency, durability and reliability. They are specially designed to operate in the most challenging conditions and to deliver high-volume water in a steady and consistent manner.

One of the main advantages of Split case pumps is their horizontal split single stage double suction design. This design provides a hydraulic balance that eliminates axial thrust. This is achieved by using a double suction impeller with a between bearing design. The casing is divided axially with opposing suction and discharge flanges, which makes maintenance much easier.

In the lower portion of the casing, the inline suction and discharge nozzles are cast. This design allows the upper casing and rotational components to be easily removed without harming the motor or pipe work. This makes maintenance and repairs much simpler and less time-consuming.

Split case pumps are often used in water supply systems, irrigation systems, pressure boosting systems, and many more. They are perfect for high-volume water delivery and can handle large flow rates with ease. They are also commonly used in industrial applications, such as in power plants, chemical plants, and manufacturing plants.

When it comes to maintenance, Split case pumps are designed to be easy to maintain and service. The horizontal split single stage double suction design makes it easy to access the internal components, which makes maintenance and repairs much simpler and less time-consuming. Additionally, the opposing suction and discharge flanges make it easy to remove and replace parts, which helps to extend the life of the pump.

Split case pumps are available in a wide range of sizes and materials. This allows them to be used in a wide range of applications and to handle a variety of liquids. They can be made of cast iron, bronze, or stainless steel, which makes them suitable for use in corrosive environments.

In conclusion, Split case pumps are an excellent choice for high-volume water delivery. They are known for their efficiency, durability, and reliability. Their horizontal split single stage double suction design, opposing suction and discharge flanges and inline suction and discharge nozzles make them easy to maintain and service, which helps to extend their lifespan. Additionally, their availability in a wide range of sizes and materials makes them suitable for use in a wide range of applications and environments. Split case pumps are perfect for any industry looking for a reliable and high-performing pump.

Split Case Pumps

Features and benefits

  • Top pull out design
  • Entire rotating unit assembly can be removed without disturbing pipe connection and prime mover
  • Rigid and balanced design
  • Double suction impeller
  • Designed for maximum wear life
  • Minimum down time and reduced life time costs

Applications

  • Water supply
  • Irrigation
  • Fire protection
  • HVAC systems
  • Auxilliary and circulating cooling water supply in Power plants
  • Cooling tower application in industries
  • Water treatment plants
  • Flood control

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