Heat Transfer

Posted on January 17, 2017

SIHI SuperNova series are part of the overall program of heat transfer and circulation pumps. They are primarily used for circulation of hot water in closed pipe and vessel systems.

Horizontal, single-stage volute pumps with dimensions and nominal ratings to DIN 24256 EN 22858 in back pull out construction, with un-cooled mechanical seal. The SIHI SuperNova series has especially been designed for the trouble free handling of hot water up to 446 °F.

Magnetic Driven

Posted on January 17, 2017

A large number of pumping processes, especially in the chemical industry, require pump sealing systems adapted to the particular application. In most applications these requirements are satisfied by pumps with magnetic couplings that by means of a motor, are able to statically seal the pump shaft from the atmosphere. This solution can replace various conventional sealing methods thereby reducing costs and increasing reliability. Process pumps are used for many different applications including the handling of corrosive, abrasive, toxic and foul smelling liquids.

Multistage

Posted on January 17, 2017

Series HEG multistage centrifugal pumps are an economical solution used in applications where the requirement is for trouble-free pumping of clear or slightly dirty liquids.  The difference between the Multi line and the HEGA is that the HEGA suction is on the drive end and the pump is “hung” between two sets of bearings and seals.

Side Channel

Posted on January 17, 2017

The ADH side channel pump is of sectional construction with the intermediate sections arranged between the suction and discharge covers and fastened by means of tie bolts running between covers. The number of sections or stages varies directly by the total head requirements. The maximum pressure, which can be reached per stage, is many times greater than that of a normal centrifugal pump of the same size and speed. The vapor handling capability of the ADH pump is exceptional. The unique lateral channel design permits the impellers to float, reducing wear and eliminating end thrust on bearings while maintaining radial and axial balance.