GP monobloc pumps are typically used for
handling varies clean and mildly abrasive oils (waste oil pump). The simple and
compact construction makes it a low cost pump, eliminating common coupling
alignment issues. Commonly used in a modified versions by OEM customers. A
close-coupled model is also available
Rotan HDHeavy duty pumps in cast iron, for a wide range of
viscous, non-corrosive liquids. HD pumps are specifically designed for difficult
applications and those involving high viscosity liquids. Typical applications
include pumping oils, asphalts, chocolates, paints, lacquers, molasses, soaps,
and other industrial viscous process fluids. HD pumps are known by their sturdy
and simple construction.
Rotan PDPetrochemical duty pumps in carbon steel, designed for
refinery and petrochemical applications. PD pumps are designed for refinery and
petrochemical applications, all pressure containing components are carbon steel.
Typical applications include pumping fuel oils, gasoline, lube oils, greases,
and other hydrocarbon-based fluids. PD pumps are available to meet most API 676
Chemical duty pumps in stainless steel, designed
to handle corrosive liquids. CD pumps are designed for handling corrosive
liquids, primarily found in the chemical processing, food and pharmaceutical
industries. Typical applications include pumping of organic acids, fatty acids,
alkalis, caustic soda, polymer solutions, soap, shampoo, animal fat, vegetable
fat, chocolate (CHD pumps), and other special fluids.
Rotan MDMagnetic Drive pumps are environmentally friendly pumps
used for ultimate protection against leakage. MD pumps are designed to pump
flammable, toxic or ground water polluting liquids, where no leakages can be
risked. MD pumps are typically used for pumping isocyanates, solvents as phenol
and xylene, herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, benzene and other hazardous
organic liquids including mildly abrasive paints and sweeteners. Their use is
extended to applications where leakage would be costly, e.g. highly refined
chemicals, or where long overhaul intervals are required, reducing maintenance
labour costs and loss of process time.