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KSB Introduces New High-Capacity Multitec Pumps

May 8, 2015

Mississauga, Ontario, May 2015 – KSB has extended the range of its Multitec family of pumps with new high-capacity models that deliver flow rates of up to 850 cubic metres per hour and delivered heads as high as 390 m. The new models have outlet diameters of 200 mm.

KSB’s rugged and versatile Multitec pumps are multi-stage and multi-purpose work horses for applications where pressure requirements are above the level typically delivered by single-stage pumps. The family includes members with sizes that range from DN 32 to DN 200. Thanks to their modular ring-section design, these pumps can be built with anywhere from two to 15 stages (up to five stages for the new DN 200 models). This means that pumps can be ordered with performance characteristics that are closely tailored to the requirements of the application where they will be used. For DN 200-sized models, these pumps will be supplied with nodular cast-iron casings and bronze impellers, a combination that ensures long, trouble-free service lifetimes in a wide range of applications.

Multitec pumps are used in water supply systems, power stations, firefighting equipment, snow-making equipment for winter resorts and industrial pressure washing systems.

About KSB

KSB Pumps Inc., based in Mississauga, ON, is a member of the KSB Group, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of pumps, valves and systems. KSB’s history dates back to 1871 in Germany, where the company’s global HQ is still located. In 2014, KSB generated a total turnover of € 2.184 billion with a global workforce of 16,322 employees. KSB’s giant product portfolio consists of more than 3,000 different off-the-shelf pumps and valves – and thousands of engineered and customized solutions. KSB Canada has specialized in providing reliable pump solutions for the most challenging applications in industrial and utility power plants, environmental (water and wastewater) facilities, mining and industrial processes


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