All Pumps Machinery provides DIN24255 Back Pull Out Single Stage End Suction Centrifugal Pumps is the very common horizontal single stage centrifugal pump arrangement with its horizontal shaft, overhung impeller and bearing arrangement with the added bonus of being space-saving for your applications, we also supply china horizontal end suction inline pump. Inquiry centrifugal pumps for sale at bulk price with more selections.
Horizontal end suction centrifugal pumps and horizontal end suction chemical pumps are two types of pumps broadly used in commercial and industrial applications. End suction centrifugal pumps can pump clean water or other fluids that are free of solids or abrasive materials. They are perfect for use in HVAC, water supply systems, and other applications that require medium to high pressure and low flow rates. On the other hand, chemical pumps are designed to handle corrosive and abrasive fluids, which may damage conventional centrifugal pumps. They are often used in the petrochemical and chemical industries, where hazardous chemical transfer is required.
1. Overhung and Back Pull Out Design: Convenient to maintenance, can easily pull out the rotor parts instead of disassembly suction and discharge pipe when repairing;
2. High Efficiency Power-Save: Using perfect hydraulic model design, pump get high anti-causticity, wide high efficiency area;
3. Flexible shaft seal with mechanical seal and gland packing as an option;
4. Several type materials available (cast iron, bronze, SS304/316, CD4MCU);
5. Low NPSH requirement.
The end suction pump is actually a single stage and single suction pump. End suction centrifugal pump from end suction centrifugal pump factories, and split case double suction centrifugal pump are very similar, each has its own advantages and disadvantages. The only one difference between end suction and split casing pumps is that the water inlet on the impeller side is end suction (single suction), and the water inlet on both sides is called double suction.
End suction and double suction pumps are both centrifugal pumps but differ in design and performance. End suction pumps use a single suction inlet located at the impeller's center to create low pressure, drawing fluid into the pump and out through a discharge outlet. They are suitable for medium-high pressure and low-medium flow applications. Double suction pumps, on the other hand, have two suction inlets that divide fluid flow into two parts, allowing smoother impeller rotation with less vibration and noise and are ideal for high flow and low-medium pressure applications. The pumps are different in terms of their efficiency, size, and cost. While end suction pumps are affordable and easy to maintain, double suction pumps are more efficient but costly and better suited for large flow rates. Choosing between the two pumps depends on fluid type, flow rate, pressure, and budget.