Ebara Pumps - End Suction DWO Series

Stainless steel open impeller centrifugal pumps

Model DWO

The model DWO open impeller end suction pumps are constructed of bulge formed stainless steel and designed for corrosion resistance, dependable performance pumps and high-efficiency, continuous duty. High-quality stainless steel components are stronger, dimensionally consistent and lighter weight compared to conventional cast iron, making EBARA centrifugal pumps competitively priced and an economical, advantageous choice. The model DWO Pumps is suitable for applications with suspended solids including food and beverage processing, dirty liquid handling and other plant

services

such as industrial washing machine water.


Specifications Pumps

  • Pumps Suction Size: 2 to 2 1/2″ NPT (female) thread
  • Pumps Discharge Size: 2″ NPT (female) thread
  • Range Pumps of HP: 1 1/2 to 4 HP
  • Capacity Pumps: to 250 GPM
  • Head Pumps: 35 to 65 Ft.
  • Max. working pressure: 116 PSI (8 Bar)
  • Temperature: 194°F (90°C)
  • Liquid: suitable for suspended 3/4″ spherical solids in semi-dirty water

Key Features Pumps

  • Open impeller – suitable for suspended solids in liquid and dirty water; solids handling to 3/4″ (spherical)
  • Close coupled design – saves space; simplifies maintenance and installation
  • Stainless steel liquid end components – high quality; corrosion resistance; NPT threaded connections, hose barb connections
  • Back pullout construction – assembly and overhaul of the impeller and seal without distorting suction and discharge pumps connections
  • Top centerline discharge and foot support under casing – ensures self-venting and reduces misalignment from pipe loads
  • High operating efficiency – lowers operating costs
  • High quality mechanical shaft seals and o-rings – available for standard pumping requirements, or optional high temperature and chemical duty operation.
  • TEFC motors, IEC motors manufactured by EBARA Corporation

Applications Pumps

  • Food process
  • Beverage process
  • Dirty liquid handling
  • OEM equipment application
  • Water reclamation
  • Water treatment
  • Plant services
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