Zed Plus Enterprise offers vertical in-line pumps.
Vertical in-line pumps are integral components of the pipework, eliminate need for inertia bases, inertia base springs, flexible pipe connectors, field grouting and alignment.
Pipe hangers sized for the weight of pump, piping and fittings are the only supports required; pipe stools, with vibration isolating pads, may be installed under each pipe leg.
Greatest floor space savings result when vertical in-line pumps are installed with armstrong suction guides and flo-trex valves shown on the inlet and outlet of the pump above.
Equivalent base mounted, horizontal split case pumps may take three times more floor space; the mechanical seal is the critical service item in any pump.
Removal of the series 4300 split spacer coupling allows all mechanical seal components to be withdrawn for servicing, through the resulting space between pump and motor shafts, without disturbing other pump components or motor connection.
Re-installing the rigid coupling brings the unit rotating assembly back to factory alignment specifications; dynamically balanced impeller and shaft assembly rotating vertically on the series 4300 centerline translate to a quiet, long-lasting pump with minimum vibration, as static shaft deflection is eliminated.
There are no pump bearings to service in the vertical in-line design; series 4300 is a reliable, time-proven unit with less down time.
Small footprint, low installation costs, reliable and easy to maintain; these features, combined with flow range in excess of 6800 m³/hr, affirm the series 4300 as the most flexible pump design available.