e-MP Multistage Ring Section Pump

The highly versatile casted multistage pump Finally, there’s a robust and reliable pumping system for virtually any high pressure application. The GWT e-MP multistage ring section pump combines Xylem’s century of experience, knowhow and expertise to create a powerful and efficient solution for customers in industry, public utilities, agriculture and building services. Designed to be

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8150 Series horizontal split case fire pumps

Features UL listed and FM approved 4000 to 5000 gpm, 97 to 222 psi Ductile Iron Bronze Fitted Flex coupled Electric motor or diesel driven Common flange centerline Bolt-on bearing housing AC Fire Pump offers a range of split case pumps with spacing-saving designs to simplify pump room layout. The 8150 Series pump is designed

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8200 Series horizontal split case fire pumps

Features UL listed and FM approved 500 to 1000 gpm, 70 to 440 psi Single suction, 2 stage design Cast Iron Bronze Fitted, Ductile Iron “H” casing option for high pressure Flex coupled Electric motor or diesel driven Horizontally offset flange centerline Bolt-on stuffing box AC Fire Pump offers a range of split case pumps with

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8100 Series horizontal split case fire pumps

Features UL listed and FM approved 100 to 3000 gpm, 40 to 230 psi Cast Iron Bronze Fitted, Ductile Iron “H” casing option for high pressure Flex coupled Electric motor or diesel engine driven Common flange centerline Single piece stuffing box AC Fire Pump offers a range of split case pumps with spacing-saving designs to simplify

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C400 – TEMA type AET or BET, removable bundle, internal bolted floating head cover shell & tube heat exchanger

Straight Tubes, Internal Bolted Floating head cover, pull through construction, removable tube bundle. Shell diameters from 8″ to 42″ OD. 2, 4 and 6 pass options. 1/2″, 5/8″, 3/4″, 1″ OD Bare or Lo Fin tubes. Constructed to comply with ASME Code, Section VIII, Div 1, TEMA Standards Type BET/AET. Materials: Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper

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Plateflow – gasketed plate & frame heat exchanger SEMI-WELDED

Semi-welded Plateflow design utilizes two plates laser welded together to form a cassette. The cassettes form channels within which the fluid flows. One fluid flows within the welded cassette, the other fluid between the welded cassettes. Two ring gaskets and a field gasket are used between adjacent cassettes. This design reduces the welded-side’s exposed gasket

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C100 – TEMA type AEP or BEP, removable bundle, outside packed floating head shell & tube heat exchanger

Straight Tube, Removable Bundle, External Packed Floating Head, 1, 2, 4 or 6 pass options. No packing exposed to tubeside fluid. Shell Diameters from 8″ to 42″ OD. 1/2″ “, 5/8″ or 3/4″ Bare of Low-fin tubes available. Meets ASME Code, Section VIII, Div. 1, TEMA Standards Type BEP/AEP. Materials: Basic Materials: Steel, Stainless Steel,

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Plateflow – gasketed plate & frame heat exchanger DOUBLE-WALL

Double-wall units prevent intermixing of fluids due to a plate failure. Two plates are pressed together to ensure a tight fit to minimize heat transfer losses while maintaining a leak path in case of plate failure. Plate and Frame heat exchangers use a combination of chevron-style heat transfer plates sequenced between a frame plate and

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Plateflow – gasketed plate & frame heat exchanger FREE-FLOW

Free-flow models have wider plate gaps ranging from 5.4 mm to 11.5 mm and can handle fluids with particulate pulp or fibrous materials up to 2mm in diameter and 5mm long. Free-flow models feature minimum metal-to-metal contact points between elastomer adjacent plates to reduce points for particles to catch. Free-flow models available in 2″ to

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Plateflow – gasketed plate & frame heat exchanger

Plate and Frame heat exchangers use a combination of chevron-style heat transfer plates sequenced between a frame plate and pressure plate. The heat transfer plates have holes at the four corners forming a header that distribute the respective flows to the opposite sides of each plate when the plates align. The fluids are confined to

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