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Hydrostatic Pressure Testing Pump

Hydrostatic Pressure Testing Pump

200000 INR

Product Details:

  • Theory Reciprocating Pump
  • Flow Rate up to 445 lpm
  • Material SS, Brass, SG Iron
  • Pressure High Pressure
  • Seals Type Mechanical
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Price And Quantity

  • 200000 INR
  • 1 Unit

Product Specifications

  • Mechanical
  • Reciprocating Pump
  • High Pressure
  • SS, Brass, SG Iron
  • up to 445 lpm

Trade Information

  • Telegraphic Transfer (T/T), Cheque
  • 2-3 Week
  • Box Type Packing
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia

Product Description

The Hydrostatic Pressure Testing Pump is made available by us for use in the various commercial and industrial applications. A hydrostatic pressure test, or hydro test, involves putting the pump casing under pressure that is considerably greater than the actual operating pressure to ensure that the casing is strong enough to withstand operating pressures. Hydrostatic testing is used to find leaks in pressurized systems. Pipelines, plumbing, boilers, fuel tanks, and gas cylinders are commonly tested with this method. It can be done on your home’s sewer line to see if any leaks are present. The offered Hydrostatic Pressure Testing Pump is very useful.

Product Details:

Driven Type

Electric motor driven, Diesel engine driven

Max Flow Rate

5 LPM to 445 LPM

Rpm

For 50 Hz - 1450 RPM

Product Tags

High Pressure Hydro Testing Pumps, Electric motor Driven Hydro Testing Pump, Hydro Testing Pump

Product Name Tags

Hydrostatic Pressure Testing Pump, Diesel Engine Driven Hydro Testing Pump

Pressure Range

40 bar to 1400 bar

Power Supply

Available in 50 Hz and 60 Hz

Portable

Yes

Mounting Option

Trolly Mounted, Skid Mounted

Media

Pure Water

Material Available

SS, Brass, SG Iron


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