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Our horizontal pumps offer a high quality economical solution for in-line applications such as chilled water systems, cooling towers, circulators, washer and booster, etc. These single-stage centrifugal pumps are fitted with threaded suction and are among the most reliable, efficient, and cost effective in the industry. These pumps are available in capacities of 0-37 GPM and discharge pressure of 10-40 PSIG. Our horizontal pumps are designed to operate efficiently up to 200 °F. Motors and mechanical seals are rated for temperatures up to 250 °F. Higher temperature units are available upon request. Pumps are designed using centrifugal technology to operate efficiently at high temperatures and have excellent debris and water contamination resistance.
NX Series – Liquid Ring Vacuum Pump – Medium Capacity
Our NX Series are designed as drop-in replacements for the Nash classic XL / GL series vacuum pumps and compressors. The single cone liquid ring vacuum pump and compressor is designed to have only one moving part to induce maximum mechanical stability with maximum reliability. We offer versions with capacities ranging from 60-940 CFM up to 28” Hg of vacuum and 30 psig of compression.
Steel & Cast Iron Condensate Units
Our NES steel and cast iron condensate vacuum pump units are low entry cost and are built with our standard high quality bronze centrifugal pumps. Our 60,000 EDR condensate vacuum units are assembled using industry standard electric motors making our systems the best long term value in the industry. This allows our customers to easily make repairs using standard off the shelf components. The result is significant cost savings over the life of the unit. Each unit consists of a receiver tank coupled to one (simplex systems) or two (duplex systems) liquid condensate pumps.
Vacuum Condensate Units
NES Type CLS Vacuum Heating Pumps are some of the most efficient and reliable systems on the market today. Designed by the most reliable liquid ring vacuum condensate unit engineering company since 1915, the CLS line of vacuum condensate units are engineered to precisely match the requirements of your vacuum steam system.