Amarex KRT
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Amarex KRT

Product Description:

Design
Vertical, single-stage submersible motor pump made of wear-resistant industrial materials in close-coupled design, various impeller types, for wet or dry installation, stationary and transportable version. Design to ATEX.

Application
Handling of all types of abrasive or aggressive waste water in water and waste water engineering as well as industry, especially untreated sewage containing long fibres and solid substances, fluids containing gas / air, as well as raw, activated and digested sludge; sea water desalination.

Overview of technical data
Q (50Hz) 0.0 – 2,400.0 (m³/h)
H (50Hz) 0.0 – 100.0 (m)
Type of bearing Rolling element bearings
Casing partition Radially split
Drive Electric motor
Drive frequency 50 Hz /60 Hz
Type of drive Electric motor
Drive voltage Low voltage
Connection to power supply < 690 V, 3~
Explosion protection ATEX II 2 G T3, ATEX II 2 G T4
No. of impeller entries Single entry
Impeller material (EN standard) JN 3029, 1.4517
Type of installation Close-coupled
Type of coupling None
Type of lubrication Oil lubrication
Max. permissible fluid temperature 60.0 (°C)
Nozzle position End suction
Maximum operating pressure PN 16
Pump set location Wet well
Shaft material (EN standard) 1.4462, C45+N
Suction characteristics Non-priming
Type of casing Volute casing
Type of impeller Open, Multi-vane impeller, Radial, Closed, Free flow impeller
Type of connection Flange
Casing material (EN standard) 1.4517, JN 3029
eClass assignment 36410103, 36410101
Free passage 120.0 (mm)
Installation position Vertical
Shaft seal type Mechanical seal
Main applications Water, Oil / Gas, Energy, Industry and process engineering, Mining / Dredges, Waste water / sewage
Casing material White cast iron, Cast duplex steel
Maximum discharge-side pressure 10.0 (bar)
Maximum drive rating 200.0 (kW)
Type of installation Stationary, Transportable
Maximum speed of rotation 3500.0 (1/min)
Technical specifications
Q max 2,400.0 m³/h
H max 100.0 m
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