NETZSCH adds new pumps to its signature ‘full service in place’ family

NETZSCH Multi Screw Pump_general
Source: NETZSCH

Three years ago, NETZSCH became the first progressing cavity pump manufacturer to provide full access to all rotating parts of the pump. Now, the “full service in place” (FSIP) principle, first used in the TORNADO® rotary lobe pump, has been utilised in the NEMO® progressing cavity pump, which will be introduced at the ACHEMA in Frankfurt with a maintenance-friendly design.

After the introduction of the FSIP concept of the TORNADO® 3 years ago, the maintenance-friendliness for NETZSCH’s NEMO® pumps was also redefined. NETZSCH defined the FSIP concept – “Full Service in Place” allowing the user of the pump to conveniently open the pump cavity on site and dismantle all rotating parts and simply install them again without having to remove the pump from the pipe assembly. This concept has now also been realised for the progressing cavity pump. The rotor-stator unit can be simply lifted out after opening the newly designed inspection cover on the pump housing. This significantly reduces the maintenance time and effort for the installer.

The smallest T.Proc all-metal pump of the TORNADO® T2 family, used specifically for low volume flow rates in the processing industry, has recently been developed and is now available. What’s more, the demand for larger flow rates in the environmental industry has not gone unheeded either. Up to 200 m³/h can be conveyed with the new T.Envi=AE 08/200 and 06/300. One machine is already being used successfully at a sewage treatment plant in Hall, Austria.

Finally, NETZSCH presents a new development from Brazil from the Pomerode plant: The NOTOS® screw pump series. Completely new geometries ensure improved efficiency and increased pressure capacity. NETZSCH sets new standards with this design as well.

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