Flowserve Durco Mark 3 ISO Overhung, Chemical Process Pump
The Durco Mark 3 ISO Overhung, Chemical Process Pump is one of Flowserve’s most popular and reliable pumps. Its range of uses makes it ideal for a number of different industries including: General Industries, Chemical Processing, Mining, Power Generation, Primary Metals, Water Resources, Pulp and Paper, Oil and Gas.
If you are looking for something durable and practical for your application, the Durco Mark 3 ISO Overhung is a good place to start for jobs with flows up to 1400 m3/h (6160 gpm), heads to 220 m (720 ft), pressures to 25 bar (365 psi) and temperatures from -80°C (-110°F) to 400°C (752°F). Each pump is equipped with ISO and an external micrometer impeller adjustment mechanism that allows the pump to accurately set the impeller clearance in a matter of 20 seconds.
The heavy-duty casing provides resistance to pipe loads and is able to improve reliability by including an integral foot and multi-ribbed discharge flange. In addition, the pumps include a reverse vane impeller to ensure repeatable pump performance, a SealSentry™ Seal Chamber to extend the life of the seal while also providing advanced self-flushing capabilities as well as an IPS beacon power end condition monitor that gives the user a visual signal that some condition has occurred. With strength and durability in mind, a two-piece ductile iron bearing housing was built into the design that also offers interchangeability and safety. Should you need to remove the rotating element at any time, you can do so with their back pull-out design that allows removal without the need to remove the casing, piping, or motor.
The ease of use, safely standards, and durability of all Flowserve pumps make them the best pumps on the market. We at Cortech know this. Not only that, but Flowserve knows we are the best distributors around, which is why we are the only authorized dealer of Flowserve pumps. For more information and detail pertaining to your particular application, give us a call at (714) 693-1715 today.