Centrifugal pumps are designed to transfer both corrosive and non-corrosive fluids at maximum hydraulic efficiencies. Centrifugal pumps are not self-priming and must be used in applications where flooded suction exists. These pumps cannot be run dry.
Max. Discharge Heads: Range to 85 feet.
Max. System Pressure: Dependent on seal type. Consult GRI.
Max. Fluid Temperature: To allow for optimum life, pumps with lip seals are limited to 180°F (82°C) and pumps with mechanical seals permit operation to 220°F (104°C).
Motors: All motors are rated for continous duty, thermally protected and UL recognized.
For proper selection of the wetted materials of construction (pump body, impeller, adapter disc, O-ring, impeller bearing) refer to the Chemical Resistance Charts.
- Hydraulically efficient
- Corrosion resistant
- Commercial and residential heating and cooling systems
- Commercial coffee urns
- Ice makers
- Dish and glassware washers
- Laundry appliances
- Plating systems
- Agricultural sprayers
- Industrial floor scrubbers
- Buna N
- Stainless Steel
- 304 Stainless Steel
- Buna N
- Epoxy with Stainless Steel shaft
- Stainless Steel
Two different diameter impellers are available to provide greater performance ranges. Two different diameter Noryl® impellers are available to provide greater performance ranges.
- Noryl® with 316 Stainless Steel
- Noryl® with Brass impeller shaft
Two different diameter Phenolic impellers are available to provide greater performance ranges.
- Phenolic with 316 Stainless Steel impeller shaft
- Phenolic with Brass impeller shaft
- Buna N lip seal
- Carbon vs. 316 Stainless Steel with Brass, 302 Stainless Steel and Kel-F® or Butyl and EPT/EPDM elastomers
- Carbon vs. 316 Stainless Steel with Buna N, Nitrile and 302 Stainless Steel Components
- Carbon vs. 316 Stainless Steel mechanical seals with Brass, 302 Stainless Steel, and Polyethylene, Kel-F® or Butyl components
- Carbon vs. 316 Stainless Steel with Kel-F®, Viton®/Fluoroelastomer, Brass and 302
- Stainless Steel components
- Carbon vs. 316 Stainless Steel with Polyethylene, Brass and 302 Stainless Steel components
- Carbon vs. 316 Stainless Steel with Silicone, Brass and 302 Stainless Steel components
- 115V, 50/60 Hz
- 115V, 60 Hz
- 220/240V, 50 Hz
- 230V, 50 Hz
- 230V, 50/60 Hz
- 230V, 60 Hz
- Pedestal models (no motor)
The chart below is just a general overview of the Centrifugal Pumps offered. GRI specializes in the custom design and manufacturing of fluid pumps for the OEM market.
There are many variables that must be considered when specifying a Centrifugal Pump for an OEM application. At first glance you may not find a pump that meets your exact requirements. GRI recommends that you contact our Technical Sales Staff to discuss your project so that the right pump can be specified. Many times we will customize an existing pump to meet your needs or design a new pump according to your system’s exact specifications.
|Pump Series||Maximum Flow||Maximum Head||Pump Body Material||Maximum Fluid Temperature||Motor Specs/Voltages|
|100||9 GPM||14 FT||Phenolic||220°F (104°C)||115, 230, 50/60 Hz|
|120||40 GPM||50 FT||Noryl®||220°F (104°C)||115, 230, 50/60 Hz,
|149||31 GPM||32 FT||Phenolic||220°F (104°C)||115, 230, 50/60 Hz,
|200||13 GPM||9.7 FT||Polyethylene||180°F (82°C)||115, 60 Hz|
|3900||60 GPM||34 FT||Phenolic||220°F (104°C)||115, 230, 50/60 Hz,
|5600||3.5 GPM||16.9 FT||Phenolic||220°F (104°C)||115, 50/60 Hz|
|High Speed||1.3 GPM||36.91 FT||Polypropylene||140°F (60°C)||12 VDC|