ISO End Suction Centrifugal Pumps
ISO End Suction Pumps are a centrifugal-style pump, simple in design and efficient. These pumps conform to ISO 2858 and ISO 5199, and are optimised to ensure the highest capacity.
These submersible air powered pumps do not have electric cables because they are air-operated. Electric cables have the tendency to fray or wear out (especially when used to pull the pump out of a sump or drainage area) and this can lead to very costly parts and long downtimes.
Additionally, the Talbo pumps will not burn out if they become jammed by fibres or rocks, they will only stall.
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ISO End Suction Pumps are a type of centrifugal pump; therefore the working principle is the same.
Centrifugal pumps work on the principle of forced vortex flow. This means when a certain mass of fluid or liquid is allowed to rotate by an external torque then there is a rise in pressure head of the rotating liquid taking place. This rise in pressure head is used to deliver the pumped liquid from one location to another.
ISO End Suction Centrifugal Pumps are suitable for the following applications:
Where do you deliver and what is your estimated shipping times?
Global Pumps understand how important it is for you to receive your order as quickly as possible. That’s why we strive to provide speedy delivery to your site, no matter where you are located within Australia.
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|Mt Isa||3-5 Days|
ISO End Suction Pumps offer operators a diverse range of features in some of the toughest applications. Each component has been specifically designed to ensure the highest efficiency:
Besides these key features, the ISO End Suction Pump offers operators:
If you need some guidance on how to select the right pump then you’re not alone! There’s such a wide range of pumps in Australia, from centrifugal pumps to hose pumps to diaphragm pumps. The options available to you can make it a difficult choice, so we’ve created this special guide to help step you through the process of selecting the ideal pump for your requirements.