Vertical inline pump installs into pipework

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Designed for mounting directly into pipework, Armstrong Holden Brooke Pullen’s Series 4300 vertical inline pump is designed for better life-cycle value.
One of the key products in the newly defined range of pumps from Armstrong Holden Brooke Pullen is the Series 4300 vertical inline pump, fitted with suction guide and Flo-Trex valve. Key features are described as better life-cycle value, faster installation and easier maintenance. Flow rates are in excess of 630 l/s. Traditional base-mounted end-suction pumps are said to require up to three times more floor space than the Series 4300 equivalent, with extra time and cost incurred to create the inertia base. These pumps can be hung from the pipe as an integral component of pipework, eliminating the cost of inertia bases, springs, flexible connections, field grouting and alignment. A split coupling enable all mechanical-seal components to be withdrawn for servicing without having the disturb other pump components or motor connection.
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