Side Channel

ADH

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.

Features:

  • Non vapor locking
  • Self-priming after initial fill
  • Low speed – Long life
  • Floating impellers
  • Reduce Wear
  • Minimal Axial thrust
  • Suction Lifts Over 25 feet
  • Many choices of shaft sealing
  • Compact, Quiet, Reliable

Technical Data:

  • Capacity: 20 to 60 GPM (4.5 to 13.5 M3/Hr)
  • Heads: to 900-Ft. (275 m)
  • Temperature: to 250 °F (120 °C)
  • Pressure: to 350 PSIG (24 bar)
  • Speeds: to 1750 RPM

AEH

The 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 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.

Features:

  • Non vapor locking
  • Self-priming after initial fill
  • Low speed – Long life
  • Floating impellers
  • Reduce Wear
  • Minimal Axial thrust
  • Suction Lifts Over 25 feet
  • Compact, Quiet, Reliable

Technical Data:

  • Capacity: to 160 GPM (to 36 M3/Hr)
  • Heads: to 1000-FT. (305 m)
  • Temperature: to 350oF (180oC)
  • Pressure: to 580 PSIG (40 bar)
  • Speeds: to 1750 RPM

AKH

The 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 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.

Features:

  • Non vapor locking
  • Self-priming after initial fill
  • Low speed – Long life
  • Floating impellers
  • Reduce Wear
  • Minimal Axial thrust
  • Suction Lifts Over 25 feet
  • Compact, Quiet, Reliable

AOH

The 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 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.

Features:

  • Non vapor locking
  • Self-priming after initial fill
  • Low speed – Long life
  • Floating impellers
  • Reduce Wear
  • Minimal Axial thrust
  • Suction Lifts Over 25 feet
  • Many choices of shaft sealing
  • Compact, Quiet, Reliable

Technical Data:

  • Capacity: to 40 GPM (to 9 M3/Hr)
  • Heads: to 390-FT. (122 m) (198 m)
  • Temperature: to 250oF (120oC))
  • Pressure: to 1750 RPM (16 bar)
  • Speeds: to 1750 RPM

CEH

The type CEH (low NPSH) pumps, are a combination of our normal self-priming side channel pumps with the addition of an initial centrifugal stage. The pump construction utilizes the long proven multi-stage design with the suction horizontal into the eye of the impeller and vertical discharge. The inlet stage is a centrifugal stage; with a full admission impeller of closed design, making possible an optimum suction requirement and thus superior low NPSH performance. NPSH values are as low as 0.5ft. in some instances.

Additional performance is achieved by the open impeller stages behind the inlet stage; each generates stage pressures many times that of a standard centrifugal pump running at the same speed. The special design of the stages provides excellent gas handling capabilities. CEH pumps are particularly suitable for handling liquefied gases such as propane, butane, and liquefied natural gas for example.

Features:

  • Low NPSH required
  • Non vapor locking
  • Self-priming after initial fill
  • Low flow – Medium to high heads
  • Low speed – Long life
  • Floating impellers
  • Reduce Wear
  • Minimal Axial thrust
  • Suction Lifts Over 25 feet
  • Many Choices of shaft sealing arrangements
  • Compact, Quiet, Reliable

Technical Data:

  • Capacity: to 160 GPM (to 36 M³/Hr)
  • Heads: to 1000-FT. (305 m)
  • Temperature: to 350oF (180oC)
  • Pressure: to 580 PSIG (40 bar)
  • Speeds: to 1750 RPM
Category:

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.

Product Description

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.