Machinery & Components
Xylem introduces turbine and pumps for water management
By P&PC Staff
By P&PC Staff
Xylem has expanded its industrial wastewater portfolio to include the e-MP multi-stage ring section pumps, e-XC single stage double suction centrifugal pumps, and larger vertical turbine pumps.
Designed to address the biggest issues in industrial pumping and processes across a range of industries, from pulp and paper to food and beverage, the new additions aim to minimize downtime, costs and environmental impact, and transport water as efficiently as possible.
Xylem’s e-MP, e-XC and vertical turbine pumps are customizable to meet the demands of processes from water intake and boosting to wastewater discharge.
The multi-stage ring section e-MP pump (pictured above) is ideal for high-pressure applications, such as filtration, reverse osmosis, boiler feed and scrubbers. Versatile mechanical configuration and optimized pump hydraulics enable reduced energy consumption and wear and tear, while intelligent pumping features boost monitoring and control performance with multiple sensor interfaces and options.
The e-XC comes in multiple models, configurations and a wide range of materials to handle aggressive applications. A corrosion-resistant stainless steel impeller and wear rings as standard can reduce downtime and increase efficiency.
The vertical turbine pump is an extension to the existing Xylem vertical turbine product line, scaled with capacities up to 50,000 GPM for the largest industrial fluid needs, including raw water intake and boosting, fluid transfer and machine tool cooling, with bowl efficiencies near 90 per cent and broad hydraulic coverage.