Pumps

Pumps

EDUR-pumps are always configured in a customer-specific way. A modular system allows us to provide individual high-quality solutions for different applications. Detailed information about our individual pump types can be found here.

Applications

Applications

EDUR-pumps can be used in a wide range of applications and improve the operation of different industrial processes. Over time, EDUR has acquired valuable knowledge in the following applications to be a reliable partner for customers due to the optimal design of our pumps.

Multistage Inline Pumps

Multistage inline pumps from EDUR stand out due to their compact and vertical design. They are especially used in applications where high pumping pressures are needed.

Multistage Inline Pumps

Fields of Application and Conveyed Fluids

EDUR-multistage inline pumps are applied within water technology, cooling technology, energy technology and in other industry branches. They are especially used where higher pumping pressures are required for conveying pure or slightly contaminated liquids.

Variants of the Multistage EDUR-Inline Pump

We offer high-quality multistage inline pumps with our CV and ECV series. The stainless steel pumps are manufactured in vertical design. The shaft seal is obtainable as single or double-acting mechanical seal. As required, we deliver customer-specific configurations. Of course, we also provide certificates of all authorized classification societies and necessary test reports.

Advantages

As all EDUR-pumps, multistage inline pumps stand out due to their efficiency, economy and reliability. Moreover, further product advantages are outlined below:

Technical superiority

  • Axial thrust-relieved impellers
  • Diverse connection variants (flange, clamp and others)

Process safety

  • Easy exchange due to standardisation
  • Drinking water approval on request

Low maintenance

  • Dismounting of the mechanical seal without disassembly of the motor lantern
  • Optional: Cartridge seals

Technical data

  • Temperature -30° C to +140° C
  • Permissible operating pressure up to 30 bar
  • Viscosity up to 115 mm²/s

Characteristic Curves