TP200SV Submerged Slurry Pump

TP200SV Submerged Slurry Pump

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Product Description

Tobee® TP200SV Submerged Slurry Pumps are an ultra-heavy duty design for continuous operation, the bearing assembly design allows the pumps to operate in very tough conditions without damaging the bearing. Both high chrome alloy and elastomer wet end parts are suitable to the different applications, and the pumps use in many industries, various lengths and suction extensions are available to suit most sump depths.

Design Features:

Less wear, less corrosion
Wetted components are available in a wide range of alloys and elastomers. Tobee selects the optimum combination of materials for maximum resistance to wear in virtually any industrial application, including those demanding both abrasion and corrosion resistance, and where larger particles or high density slurries are encountered.
• Abrasion resistant Ultrachrome® T05 alloy.
• Abrasion/corrosion-resistant Hyperchrome® T49 alloy.
• Corrosion-resistant stainless steels.
• Natural and synthetic elastomers.
No submerged bearing failures
The robust cantilever shaft avoids the need for lower submerged bearings which are often the source of premature bearing failure.
• Heavy duty roller bearings, above mounting plate.
• No submerged bearings.
• Labyrinth/flinger bearing protection.
• Rigid, large diameter shaft.
No shaft sealing problems
The vertical cantilever design requires no shaft seal.
No priming required.
The top and bottom inlet design is ideally suited for “snore” conditions.
Less risk of blocking
The screened inlets and large impeller passages reduce the risk of blockages.
Zero ancillary water costs
The vertical cantilever design with no gland or submerged bearings avoids the need for expensive gland or bearing flushing water.

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