By Press release
KSB’s Family of In-Line Pressure-Boosting Pumps is Growing
Mississauga, Ontario, June 2016 – KSB Pumps has introduced a new, larger member of its Movitec series of in-line pumps for pressure boosting applications. The new Movitec 125 can deliver flow rates as high as 192 m3/h and has a maximum head of 128 m. Like other members of the Movitec family, the new pumps are versatile workhorses that can be used in a wide variety of applications including process and manufacturing industries, building services, irrigation systems and food and beverage processing. A range of construction materials, seal types and number of impeller stages are available, helping ensure that customers can find the configuration that is best suited to their specific needs.
Movitec 125 pumps are designed for long, trouble-free service lives. Bearings are lubricated by the pumped fluid and feature ultra-hard tungsten carbide wearing surfaces. The impellers are made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel, while the lower body of the pump is a sturdy casting. Easy-to-replace cartridge-type mechanical seals are available to simplify maintenance. Careful hydraulic design has resulted in optimized NPSH values and in an industry-leading 80% efficiency rating. A wide range of fluids can be handled, at temperatures ranging from -20° to 140° C.
KSB Movitec pumps are available directly from KSB Pumps or from KSB-affiliated distributors.
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.