1000 Series Lubrication Pumps
The 1000 Series is based on the proven internal gear principal and is enhanced in response from OEM customers for a pump that offers advanced features which make installation easier. These side-ported pumps have the option to bolt SAE/DIN flanges onto them ensuring maximum flexibility on the port-ing arrangements. Manufacturing expertise and knowledge of applications enable Tuthill to provide you with an engineered solution and ensure satisfaction with post-sales service. The pump was origi-nally designed to meet and exceed the exacting requirements of the refrigeration compressor market. The design has so many inherent features and benefits that our traditional customers are also seeing the advantages. The 1000 series with great performance is solving problems in many industries and applications.
4000 Series process pumps run quiet and provide reliable performance with minimal downtime and maintenance, a positive displacement internal gear construction, and accurate repeatable flow. Special materials of construction permit handling applications in the chemical, food, and petroleum process industries and a wide variety of fluids without solids, as well as a wide variety of fluids including abrasive fluids. Some examples are- (adhesives, alcohol, asphalt, barium sulphate slurry, benzene, coatings, creosote, crude oil, enamel, ethylene glycol, fats, fuel oils, gasoline, glue, iron oxide slurry, kerosene, lacquer, lard, linseed oil, liquid feed, molasses mineral oil, paint, paper coating, petrolatum, printing ink, soap liquors, solvents, transformer oil, varnish, vegetable oils, and wax)
C Series Circulation Pumps
The L & C Series cast iron positive displacement pumps have been the industry standard for Lubrica-tion & Circulation for over 75 years. They were originally designed under James B. Tuthill, the com-pany’s founder, in the 1920s. For eight decades, Tuthill has worked to improve these pumps to fit an ever-growing range of lubrication applications. The result is a family of reliable internal gear pumps that are ideal for custom OEM lubricating, low pressure hydraulic, transfer, circulating, burner oil and many other industrial pump applications.
CC Series Close Coupled Pumps
With lots of pump performance in a relatively small space, the CC Series is ideal for package pumping skids or applications where space is limited. By eliminating the need for adapters, reducers, couplings, bases and guards the CC Series saves on cost and eliminates the need for maintenance of these com-ponents down the road.
L Series Lubrication Pumps
The L Series is an internal gear pump design with compact and flexible drive options. This pump se-ries is available with Tuthill’s Reversing Feature, comes standard with a single mechanical seal and cast iron construction
D Series Pumps
Since 1977, Tuthill has worked to improve magnetically driven gear pumps by engineering solutions to meet the needs of varying applications and exacting designer specifications. The result is a family of magnetically coupled pumps that have found wide industry acceptance for their versatility and robust standard of build and reliability.
P Series Pumps
PPS Engineered Polymer Pump:
Flow rates to 238L/hr
Differential Pressures to 9bar
System pressures to 20bar
Temperatures to 65°C
Viscosities to 1000cps+.
T Series Pumps
316 Stainless Steel or Hastelloy
Flow rates to 2460L/hr
Differential Pressures to 17.2bar
System Pressures to 34.5bar
Temperatures to 176°C
GlobalGear Process Pumps
GlobalGear internal gear pumps have tougher, more reliable parts that are easy to service and main-tain. The modular design reduces switching costs saving time and money.
Heavy Duty (HD) Process Pumps
Circumferential piston pumps for the most demanding applications. Capable of running dry indefinite-ly this pump is a severe-duty problem solver.
Magnetically Coupled MagDrive Process Pumps
Tuthill’s M Series pumps feature a robust design to better withstand the unexpected. Process upsets and cold starts can result in decoupling and permanent magnet damage that results in costly repairs and unplanned downtime. Using generously sized high temperature magnets can often prevent this situa-tion.
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