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This range of pumps is widely used for heating circulation, water boosting, irrigation, drainage and many other general applications for clean or slightly contaminated, non corrosive liquids. Our Water pumps are specially designed for industrial and general purpose users and is one of a comprehensive range of end suction products available. Each range is designed to meet the particular needs of the market it serves. These pumps are constructed to conform to the widely accepted DIN 24255 (EN733:1995) standard which sets out an agreed hydraulic grid for pump performance and, at the same time, ensures this performance is achieved within precise dimensional standards.


Standardised Pumps

  • Cast iron volute with integrally cast feet.
  • Back pull-out facility permits removal of back cover, stuffing box and impeller without disturbance of suction and delivery pipework. Drive motor can also remain in place if a spacer coupling is fitted.
  • Shaft carried in oil lubricated rolling contact bearings.
  • Only three shaft modules cover the entire range and all pumps common to one shaft module have identical bearings, shaft sleeves, seals and impeller fastenings.
  • Cast iron bearing housing secured to cover plate and volute. Only three sizes cover the entire range.
  • For liquid temperatures above 105oC and up to 160oC, a gland cooling chamber can be formed through the addition of a cover plate.
  • Shaft sealing by soft packed gland or mechanical seal each with a stainless steel shaft sleeve. Component or cartridge seals are available as an option.
  • Double shrouded design of impeller with back balancing vanes or, on larger diameters, hydraulically balanced by incorporating replaceable wear rings.
  • Replaceable wear rings fitted to all volutes and also to back covers of larger pumps.

Maintenance made easy

Battlestream®’s back pull-out facility allows the pump rotor and associated components to be removed without disturbance to the pipework. The motor can also remain in place if the space required to withdraw the pump rotor assembly is taken up with a spacer coupling.

Maintenance is therefore considerably simplified, both in terms of time and in the different trade skills required. After dismantling the support foot, connections to the volute casing and any cooling water or other lines, the complete pump motor assembly can be removed for servicing. On re-assembly any problems with coupling realignment are completely eliminated.


Coverage Chart for Battlestream®