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Canadian Crystaline launches centrifugal pumps

Written by: Staff

Chennai, May 15: Canadian Crystaline Waters India (Pvt) Limited, a leading water technology solutions provider for industrial and residential markets in India, has launched stainless steel vertical and horizontal multi-stage centrifugal pumps, a first of its kind to transport water at low cost and high efficiency.

An innovative stamping and welding technology enabled the company to design these light-weight stainless steel pumps in such a way that they look compact and sleek, while offering high corrosion resistance, a company release here said.

All components (including the inlet and outlet flanges) of the Canadian Crystaline stainless steel multi-stage pumps are made up of Stainless Steel (SS) 304 and SS 316 material of construction.

The range of pumps starts from one metric cube per hour and to a maximum range of 25 metric cube per hour. The cost of the pump is low with a variation of 10-15 per cent than other branded pumps available in the market.

The vertical multi-stage stainless steel centrifugal pumps are exclusively designed for various water treatment and water/liquid supply systems in food, beverage, pharmaceutical and chemical industries.

They can be used in reverse osmosis plants, desalination units and water treatment systems and also to supply water for boilers, drainage and irrigation systems, industrial clearing systems etc.

The horizontal multi-stage stainless steel centrifugal pumps are designed for various domestic as well as industrial applications.

They can be used to supply water for car washing, tank emptying, garden fountains and small scale irrigation, the release added.


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