Lowara enhances ATEX

Published:  03 September, 2014

Lowara, pump, ATEX

Xylem has expanded its Lowara range of vertical multi-stage pumps with the launch of the high-efficiency e-SV ATEX for use in potentially volatile environments. In its standard configuration, these pumps can deliver up to160 m3/h with a head of up to 330 m.

This pump draws its name from the French title of the EU’s 94/9/ED, known as ATEX 95, directive on equipment and protective systems intended for use in a potentially explosive atmosphere in commercial and industrial applications.

They can handle liquids up to 104°C. Versions are available on request that can cope with temperature up to 194°C.

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