Dickow Pumps on Display at ACHEMA 2018


Dickow Pumps on Display at ACHEMA 2018

Dickow Pumpen GmbH & Co. KG is exhibiting at ACHEMA 2018, showing off their new Frame V Model NMWR Pump (size 250 / 500 shown above) among their other sealless pump designs.

At stand D54 in Hall 8, you can see the magnetic-driven Dickow series NMW / PRMW sealless pumps designed for hot oil applications. The containment shell forms a closed system with hermetically sealed liquid end, engineered to improve plant and personnel safety in industrial heating plants.

In this design, the mechanical seals are eliminated and no utility cooling is needed (typically, double mechanical seals are required in conventional pumps).

Learn more about the Dickow model NMWR sealless pumps.


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