HP Series

HP Series

ADVANTAGES to the HP Series:

  • Designed for reliable, heavy duty, high-flow pumping of industrial slurries, abrasives, and other fluids
  • Interchangeability of motors and impellers allows you to specify the combination that best meets your needs
  • Many of the same durable construction features of our TN Series pumps
  • Virtually maintenance-free
  • Pump performance can be varied by specifying a different motor and impeller size
  • Can be combined with tanks to provide a complete, ready-to-install pumping system

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Specifications

Most pumps are available as pump/tank combinations.

All Models: 230/460V, 60/50 Hz, 3 Ph motors. 2-1/2" NPT horizontal discharge.

HP500: 5 HP, 3450 RPM

HP750: 7-1/2 HP, 3450 RPM

HP1000: 10 HP, 3450 RPM

Maximum viscosity: 500 SSU.


Materials

Pump Body and Volute: Cast iron

Shaft: Carbon steel

Impeller: Double suction, Celcon

Special Materials: All HP Series pumps are available with nickel plating, Teflon® coating or stainless steel shafts for extra corrosion and abrasion resistance. Consult factory for special pricing.


Order Information

HP line art

HR Series Models

IMPELLER SIZE (Dia.)

“B” Length

5” (A)

5-1/2” (B)

6” (C)

6-1/2” (D)

5 HP MODELS

15”

HP515HA-F

HP515HB-F

HP515HC-F

HP515HD-F

24”

HP524HA-F

HP524HB-F

HP524HC-F

HP524HD-F

7-1/2 HP MODELS

15”

 

HP7.515HB-F

HP7.515HC-F

HP7.515HD-F

24”

 

HP7.524HB-F

HP7.524HC-F

HP7.524HD-F

10 HP MODELS

15”

   

HP1015HC-F

HP1015HD-F

24”

   

HP1024HC-F

HP1024HD-F

These models are only available in 230-460V/50-60 Hz/3 Phase


Performance

HP flow chart

Using This Chart

Use the performance chart to identify the performance curves required by your application.

Performance Curves 1 through 4 identify the pump performance for each of 4 impeller options (A, B, C, D). Diagonal lines express horsepower (HP).

  1. Locate your required operating point (intersection GPM & TDH).
  2. If the operating point is between two curves, select the higher of the two.
  3. The required motor horsepower will be shown by the first diagonal line to the right of the operating point.
  4. Once you have selected the performance parameter required, the Order Information chart above allows you to determine the horsepower/impeller combination.

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