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Netzsch Introduces New Version of Nemo Progressive Cavity Pump

Contributed by: PumpScout Staff

Netzsch Pumps North America, a manufacturer of pumps and machinery for the analyzing and testing, grinding and dispersing, and pumps and systems industries, has introduced a new full service-in-place (FSIP) version of its popular Nemo progressive cavity pump. The new version is ideal for use in water-intensive applications. It has been re-engineered to provide full access to all the pump’s rotating parts.

The new Nemo pump with the FSIP design is completely compatible with the existing Nemo BY series. It has also been designed to be more maintenance friendly.

The in-service pump housing opens quite easily and users can quickly dismantle all rotating parts. Those parts can then be installed again without having to disconnect the pump from the piping or remove the motor. No special tools are needed in order to remove the Nemo’s rotor-stator unit because it can easily be lifted by opening the newly designed inspection cover on the pump housing. These features greatly reduce the time needed for installation and maintenance.

All wearing parts on the new FSIP pump can easily be replaced simply by opening the pump. The rotor-stator unit can be removed both sideways and from above, which minimizes service time, in addition to being extremely convenient. The installation footprint has also been reduced for the conventional stators and the newer iFD-Stator 2.0.

Many industries choose Nemo progressive cavity pumps because they are known for the continuous, pressure-stable, gentle, and low-pulsation conveyance of nearly any process fluid, without being affected by changes in pressure or viscosity.

The pump has been designed to suit a multitude of applications. It is available in 11 styles with 4 rotor/stator geometries, as well as a selection of engineered joints. Conveyance volumes can be configured in direct proportion to rotation speed, with high dosing precision over the rotational-speed range.

Source: Netszch