Stainless Steel Boiler Tubing And Fittings
This boiler pump made of cylindrical steel, can handle water temperatures of up to 210 degrees Fahrenheit (using a Model D pump) and 200 degrees Fahrenheit (using a Model C pump) (with Model P low NPSH pump). The gravity return device is installed on the floor and comes with a standard receiver made of 3/16" thick black steel. In confined quarters, this is the best choice. Most receiver sizes may be outfitted with an epoxy or plasite liner, and the 300 class stainless steel used to build them is very corrosion-resistant. Smaller receiver sizes start at 49 gallons, while larger ones can be made to order to satisfy the requirements of a broad variety of applications. The apparatus is adaptable to a wide range of pressures and flows.
Typically, a float switch linked to an electrically operated solenoid valve controls the water supply. There are more options than just simplex and duplex, which are the most common. Both single-phase and three-phase motors can be used to run pumps, with speeds of 1750 and 3500 revolutions per minute (RPM), respectively. Mechanical seals certified for temperatures up to 250 degrees Fahrenheit are used in bronze-fitted Model D or Model P pumps driven by standard industry-sized motors. In case you require seals or faces that can endure higher temperatures, we can build such for you as well. Pumps can be installed in a horizontal or vertical orientation.
Tank insulation, electrical control panels, and a submerged heater tube for preheating feed water are all available as extras. A gauge glass assembly, thermometer, intake strainer, butterfly isolation valve, and low-water cut-off or alarm switch are other possibilities.