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Dickow

Metallic single stage and multi-stage centrifugal pumps and side channel pumps

Dickow Pumpen KG, founded in 1910, is based in the city of Waldkraiburg, approximately 45 miles from Munich. The company is a supplier to many global companies with applications in chemical and petrochemical industries, tank farms, liquefied gases, plastics, automotive manufacture, ship building, pharmaceuticals, energy, engineered wood, heat transfer and mining. The Company has extensive ranges of shaft-sealed and sealless single and multistage centrifugal pumps and side channel pumps.

Single Stage Centrifugal Pumps

Single Stage Centrifugal Pumps

Dickow end suction single stage centrifugal pumps are available in a wide range of wetted materials with a selection of different mounting arrangements including horizontal and vertical configurations as well as close-coupled and frame mount designs.  Both shaft sealed and magnet drive versions are available so they are suitable for a wide range of applications in the Chemical, Petrochemical and Process Industries.

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Multistage Centrifugal Pumps

Multistage Centrifugal Pumps

Dickow multistage centrifugal pumps are designed for pumping clean liquids on high differential head applications. Different wetted materials are available as well as options with a side channel priming stage for self-priming applications. The range includes pumps with top mount suction flange for low NPSH applications as well as submersible designs for underground tanks. Barrel casing designs can be specified for pumping condensate, ammonia or high vapour liquids.

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Side Channel Pumps

Side Channel Pumps

Dickow side channel pumps are specifically designed for efficient, economical pumping of low volumes of clean liquids at high differential pressures.  These pumps are self priming and can pump large amounts of entrained gas without any problem, making them an ideal choice for loading and unloading applications.  When supplied with a suction centrifugal impeller, the NPSHR can be below 1.0 metres allowing them to be used on condensate and low NPSH applications without problem.

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