Pump Type - Side Channel
Max Flow Rate - 8.5M³H
Max Head - 1150M
Max Temp - 170°C
Max Viscosity - 200 cst
Max Solid Passage - 0mm
Self Priming - Y
Pump Materials - AISI316, Cast Iron, Ductile Iron
Inlet/Outlet Sizes - 25mm to 50mm
Drive - AC Electric, Bareshaft
Max Suction Lift - 8M
The SHP series of side channel is unique in the fact that it is an end suction design and meets API 610 standards. Ideal fluids for this pump series are low viscosity and fluids which do not contain any solids or abrasive content. This multistage pump can produce low flow rates at extremely high pressure. It is capable of producing flow rates up to 8.5m³/hr and pressures up to 115 bar.
It is able to handle fluids that contain up to 50% entrained gasses making it excellent for applications involving gaseous liquids, A special stage within this pump allows it to accept NPSH as low as 0.2m.
This pump is fitted with heavy duty pressure casings meeting API 610 standards and all wetted parts comply with API 610 standards also. All materials are C-6 and A-8 classes.
The SHP series is designed for extreme applications. The SHP series is available with mechanical cartridge seal or a single or double API 682 rated seal plan.
This side channel pump is also Atex certified for handling flammable liquids and for installation in non-safe areas.
The most common applications for this side channel pump include; LPG, solvents, refrigerants, aerosols, propane, pentane, methanol, naphtha, pressure boosting, boiler feed, fuel transfer, diesel transfer, kerosene transfer, petrol transfer, hot water circulation, marine, deck wash, sea water transfer and condensate.
• End suction
• Complies with API 610 standards
• Optional API 682 seal plan
• No pulsation
• NPSHr as low as 0.2m
• Ability to handle up to 50% gas content
• Maximum fluid temperature of 170°C
• Temperatures down to -60°C
• Single phase and three phase 50hz / 60hz motors
• Back pull out design to ensure quick and easy maintenance
• Marine certification available
• Atex certified
Read more about Side Channel Pumps in our guide