SPX Flow CombiProLine OH3 vertical pump
SPX Flow has introduced the CombiProLine OH3 vertical pump for applications that demand a small footprint without compromising performance.
The CombiProLine OH3 offers a space saving of up to 70% when compared to the equivalent OH2 horizontal pump. By eliminating the need for a baseplate, the CombiProLine is easier to install than horizontal pumps and offers a weight advantage that makes it particularly attractive for platform installations.
CombiProLine OH3 pumps can be used to move thin, clean or slightly polluted liquids as well as non-viscous and light viscous liquids at up to 300 mm2/s. Typical examples include offshore installations and crude oil extraction, petroleum refining and distribution, processing of hydrocarbons (such as butane and acetylene) and gas processing, including methane, butane, LNG and LPG. Its combination of space-saving and performance parameters also offers benefits in water treatment and general industrial liquids handling applications.
CombiPro pumps feature a number of design elements to prolong their working life and make maintenance simpler. For example, a robust, metal-to-metal fit between the pump cover and casing is achieved using a special gasket to ensure proper sealing and alignment. An oil-lubricated bearing arrangement is designed to ensure smooth operation, with the option of cooling the oil bath in high-temperature applications.
Re-assembly of the bearing section and the rotor set can be undertaken without the need to remove either the motor or pump and without disconnecting the pipes, minimising downtime, while standardisation of parts offers high interchangeability across the CombiPro range and greatly reduces spare parts holding.
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