TO EN 733 (DIN 24256)




  • Pharmaceutical
  • Food and Beverage
  • Air Conditioning
  • Paints and Inks
  • Steel Manufacturing
  • Chemical Industry



These pumps are single stage, end-suction and of modular design with a high inter-changeability of parts.          

They are suitable for pumping clean liquids and highly aggressive chemicals.       

Excellent hydraulic performance with low N.P.S.H required values.      

The suction flange is horizontal and the discharge is vertical.                                       

Standard flanges conform to DIN 2543 PN16.

The wet end components of the pump (Volute, Impeller and Seal or Gland Plate) are supplied standard in high grade Cast Stainless Steel for long life.  

They have overhung impellers, hydraulic balance is effected by balance holes in the impeller. Standard construction is with soft packed stuffing box or single, unbalanced mechanical seal.         

The entire range offers a high interchangeability, thus reducing spares stock holding.            



Back pull out feature for ease of maintenance, allowing the volute casing to remain connected to the pipework when removing the rotating assembly.

Shaft is supported by sealed for life deep groove ball bearings, allowing for a maintenance free life cycle.

Bearing assemblies from our EN 733, NT-Range are utilized allowing a high interchangeability of spares.              



Single end-suction centrifugal pump with volute and impeller from our well established CLT range of pumps.  

The shaft is of stub shaft design which is attached onto the motor shaft, therefore the pump runs off the motor bearings and does not utilize its own bearing assembly.               

The volute casing is attached to the motor by means of a pump to motor bracket.                      

The entire pump design offers a space saving option.                 

More economical, cost saving design.     


We utilise Standard I.E.C flange mounted or foot and flange mounted, three phase 380 or 525 volt, totally enclosed fan cooled motors are used with either cast iron or aluminium frames.