- Model NO.: XSF100-310
- Max.Capacity: >400 L/min
- Impeller Number: Single-Stage Pump
- Influent Type of Impeller: Double-Suction Pump
- Pump Casing Combined: Horizontal Split Pumps
- Impeller: Closed
- Trademark: M&W pump
- Specification: 500-5000GPM
- HS Code: 8413709990
- Max.Head: >150m
- Driving Type: Motor
- Working Pressure: High Pressure Pump
- Position of Pump Shaft: Horizontal Pump
- Mounting Height: Suction Centrifugal
- Usage: Fire Fighting
- Transport Package: Plywood Case for Export
- Origin: Hunan, China
XSF/XBD series Horizontal Split Case Fire Fighting Pumps are engineered for reliable operation upon demand. All fabricated parts are standardized and accurately machined for true alignment, increasing overall durability. Precision balancing of all rotating components provides mechanical dependability, reliable operation and minimal maintenance. Impellers are constructed with double inlets that practically eliminated end thrust while boosting operating efficiency.
The simple, split case design of these split case fire fighting pumps allows for in-line service without disturbing piping while ensuring long, efficient unit life, reduced maintenace costs and minimal power consumption.
These split case fire fighting pumps are designed to operate with pressures from 5 Bar to 16 bar, even in excess of 22 bar, and flows from 500USGPM to 5000 USGPM.
Whether your split case fire fighting pump application requires an electric motor, a diesel engine or vertical or horizontal orientation, these industry-approved pumps can be configured to meet your specific needs.
Flow Capacity (Q): 500-5000 USGPM
Delivery Head (H): 50-220m
Liquid Temperature: 50C - 80C
Solid Particles: less than 80mg/L
Working Pressure: 1.6/2.5/3.5 Mpa according to different model.
Pump body & casing:UNS F32800,
Impeller & Wearing Ring:ASTM C83600,
Shaft sleeve:ASTM 304,
SKF bearing, Gland packing PTFE
Packing: Plywood Case
Payment: 30% deposit in advance,balance before the shippment.
Delivery :50 days after recieved the deposit
Warranty:12months from the date of pump arriving desination port, or 18 months from the date of bill of lading,whichever comes first.