The 4323AA Series™ internal gear API pump is the ideal solution for your oil and gas applications due to its reduced risk of leakage, reduced risk of VOC emissions, and reduced risk of corrosion failure. It can handle flows from 500 to 1600 GPM (114 to 364 m³/h).
Features & Benefits
- Jacketed bracket with API 682 seal chamber standard
- Dual tapered roller-type thrust bearings with 25,000 hour L-10 life standard
500 to 1600 GPM
114 to 364 m³/h
28 to 35,000 SSU
1 to 7,700 cSt
to 200 PSI
to 14 Bar
-20 to +550 °F
-30 to +290 °C
|Standard Port Size
|Nominal Pump Rating GPM
|Nominal Pump Rating m³/h
|Maximum Pressure PSI
|Maximum Pressure BAR
Diesel (#3 Fuel Oil)
Diesel is distilled from petroleum and is typically used in heavy equipment as fuel. While it is thin diesel is somewhat lubricating. It is typically handled in a bulk transfer application or on back-up generator skids.
This is a very generic term for unrefined oils typically being recovered from the ground. Some crude oil may contain particulates from the oil well or recovery method. They are considered to be flammable liquids. Crude oils are later refined and used for everything from making plastics to gasoline.
Clean asphalt contains no fillers and is an oil based liquid. It is primarily used in paving roads, waterproofing liquids, and paints. Typically they are handled at elevated temperatures to reduce the viscosity of the asphalt. The pump needs a source of heat like jacketing or electric heat to prevent the product from solidifying in the pump.
Emulsions are asphalt suspended in a mixture with water or other liquids. This is done to ease the application of the asphalt. Uses would be crack filling, coating roadways, or waterproofing. These emulsions are shear sensitive and must be handled with care.
- Cast iron
- Jacketed for steam/oil heating prior to startup
- Mechanical seal options
- Capacities to 500 GPM
Filled asphalts contain particulate used in the liquids’ end applications. Examples of this would be roofing materials and hot mix plants. Typically they are handled at elevated temperatures to reduce the viscosity of the asphalt mixture. The pump needs a source of heat like jacketing or electric heat to prevent the product from solidifying in the pump.