Centrifugal pumps: The heart of KSB’s product portfolio
KSB offers the right pump system for every application, whether in process engineering, building services, water and waste water management, energy or mining. We offer you the right centrifugal pump models, perfectly matched to your requirements.
Benefits of a centrifugal pump by KSB
- Extensive pump range with individual solutions: At KSB you will find a pump for almost every flow rate and head.
- Highest possible energy efficiency: Our products exceed the requirements of future EU energy efficiency regulations.
- High operating reliability and stable operating behaviour by tailored materials and continuous optimisation of pump programmes
- Safe handling of aggressive, abrasive and corrosive fluids even in extreme conditions thanks to highest safety standards
- Comprehensive service portfolio – from installation and commissioning to inspection, maintenance and on-site repair
Our centrifugal pumps top seller
Horizontal volute casing pump, single-stage, with ratings and main dimensions to EN 733, long-coupled, back pull-out design, with replaceable shaft sleeves / shaft protecting sleeves and casing wear rings, with motor-mounted variable speed system. With KSB SuPremE, a magnetless synchronous reluctance motor (exception: motor sizes 0.55 kW / 0.75 kW with 1500 rpm are designed with permanent magnets) of efficiency class IE4/IE5 to IEC TS 60034-30-2:2016, for operation on a KSB PumpDrive 2 or KSB PumpDrive 2 Eco variable speed system without rotor position sensors. Motor mounting points in accordance with EN 50347, envelope dimensions in accordance with DIN V 42673 (07-2011). ATEX-compliant version available.
Centrifugal pumps. Short explained.
This is how centrifugal pumps work
Centrifugal pumps have got a long history. In function and design, they have hardly changed. An impeller is fitted inside each pump. The impeller rotates on a drive shaft. It accelerates the flow of the fluid handled. The centrifugal force moves the fluid toward the outer edge of the pump impeller. As a result, the fluid is transported to the outlet opening of the pump. At the same time, a negative pressure zone is created at the inlet opening, which draws the fluid further and further into the centrifugal pump. Even extremely large flow rates can be handled efficiently and continuously in powerful, continuous operation based on this principle. As such, centrifugal pumps are a very popular choice for industrial and continuous processes.
Strengths and applications of KSB centrifugal pumps
Since 1903, when the first KSB centrifugal pump was launched on the market, we have continuously developed our pumps further to be able to offer our customers the best pump systems for their applications.
Whether single-stage or multistage centrifugal pumps, in close-coupled or in back pull-out design: KSB offers individual solutions for the house and garden as well as for industrial applications.
Overview of centrifugal pump applications: