The LVP Series™ vane pump is the perfect solution for thin, corrosive industrial liquids, flammable liquids which require corrosion protection and applications where pressures or vacuum requirements exceed other pumps’ capabilities. It can handle flows up to 160 GPM (36 m³/h).
Features & Benefits
- Vane pump design offers ANSI or DIN flanges, and IEC or NEMA motor mounts to conform to international standards for enhanced application flexibility
- High pressure and high efficiency with thin liquids
- 20 minute inline vane replacement reduces scheduled downtime
- Harder components than other vane pumps extend pump life
to 160 GPM
to 36 m³/h
28 to 2,300 SSU
1 to 500 cSt
to 200 PSI
to 14 Bar
0 to +275 °F
-15 to +135 °C
|Model||Standard Port Size IN /DIN FLANGE||Nominal Capacity at Maximum Rated Speed GPM (60hz)||Nominal Capacity at Maximum Rated Speed RPM (60hz)||Nominal Capacity at Maximum Rated Speed m3/hr (50hz)||Maximum RPM (50 hz)||Maximum Pressure PSI||Maximum Pressure BAR|
|LVP40017||1.5 / 40||20||1750||4||1450||200||14|
|LVP41017||1.5 / 40||20||1750||4||1450||200||14|
|LVP40027||1.5 / 40||40||1750||9||1450||200||14|
|LVP41027||1.5 / 40||40||1750||9||1450||200||14|
|LVP41057||2.0 / 50||80||1150||15||950||200||14|
|LVP41087||2.0 / 50||100||950||23||950||200||14|
|LVP41197||3.0 / 80||125||520||29||520||200||14|
|LVP41237||3.0 / 80||160||520||36||520||200||14|
Acids / Bases
Extremes on the ends of the pH scale that can result in severe corrosion and chemical attack of the pump body, gears, bushings, and elastomers. Pump construction will ultimately be driven by the specific liquid being handled and the construction that offers the greatest chemical resistance.
Chemical compatibility ranges greatly based on the alcohol and the subsidiary branch chains attached to it, resulting in potential chemical attack of the pump body, gears, bushings, and elastomers. Pump construction will ultimately be driven by the specific alcohol being handled and the construction that offers the greatest chemical resistance.
The wide range of viscosity of various solvents plays a key role in determining the best pump for handling the application. Pump construction will ultimately be driven by the specific liquid being handled and the construction that offers the greatest chemical resistance and is the most viscosity appropriate.
Refined fuels would include petroleum based fuel oils and some Jet Fuels. Their viscosity and temperature handled can vary greatly. Normally these are handled in bulk transfer operations.