Horizontal with bearing housing. Roller bearing with oil-bath lubrication. Drive by elastic coupling or V-belt.
Vertical with bearing housing. Grease-lubricated roller bearing with re-greasing device. Drive by elastic coupling.
Close-coupled pump in horizontal or vertical configuration. Impeller with an arbour-mounted shaft directly on the end of the standard motor's shaft.
Vertical with bearing housing. Grease-lubricated roller bearing with re-greasing device. Drive by cardan shaft; motor on a higher plane.
Vertical submerged design, without shaft seal and without bearing in the pumped liquid. Absolutely safe to run-dry. For example, lateral mounting onto a container.
Vertical design with duct cover. Mounted with pump wet and motor dry. Shafts, bearing and connecting coupling in sealed supporting tube. Upper roller bearing greased.
Single mechanical seal. Lubrication of the internal journal bearings and mechanical seal by unpressurised liquid barrier. With sump cover or base plate.
Seal with greased radial sealing rings. Sleeve bearing similarly greased. Automatic grease pump.
Double mechanical seal with counter-pressure supply. Lubrication of the sleeve bearing and shaft seal by stored unpressurised liquid.
Vertical design, without shaft seal and without bearing in the fluid being transported. Absolutely safe to operate dry.
With motor support. Upper roller bearing, greased.
Cloe-coupled construction. Impeller with an arbour-mounted shaft directly on the end of the standard motor's shaft.
Stationary, electrical submersible pumps. Design with quick-connect duckfoot bend / foot and guide-rails.
Mobile, electrical submersible pumps.
Mobile submersible pump with hydraulic drive.