Vertical Inline Pumps feature air-cooled design.

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Designed for use with hot oil, RAV Series comes in 3 sizes with capacities to 275 gpm, heads to 300 ft, max working pressure to 250 psig, and max pumping temperature to 650°F. RWAV Series, designed for use with hot water, ethylene glycol, and propylene glycol, features same sizes, capacities, and heads, but with pressures to 450 psig and temperatures to 400°F. All feature end suction design that minimizes pump alignment requirements prior to set-up.



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High Temperature Air-Cooled Vertical Inline Pumps



Dean Pump's RAV and RWAV Series product lines represent the highest quality and most cost effective air-cooled vertical inline pumping equipment currently available.

The RAV, designed specifically for use with hot oil, features three pump sizes (in ductile iron construction), capacities to 275 GPM (63 m3/hr), heads to 300 feet (92 m), maximum working pressures to 250 psig (1724 kPA), and maximum pumping temperatures to 650 F (343 C). The RWAV, designed specifically for use with hot water, ethylene glycol and propylene glycol, features the same sizes, capacities and heads, but with pressures to 450 psig (3103 kPA), and temperatures to 400 F (204 C).

The vertical inline design significantly reduces floor space and overall footprint required when compared to a traditional horizontal, end suction design and also lessens pump alignment requirements prior to start-up. The air-cooled design translates to NO EXTERNAL WATER COOLING REQUIRED for the bearings and mechanical seal, providing significant savings by eliminating additional, secondary utility and operating costs.

Both the RAV and RWAV are ideal choices for applications that include, but are not limited to, boiler feed, steam condensate return, HVAC, heat transfer, and a variety of hot oil and hot water applications.

For further information, contact Gennaro A. D'Alterio, Vice President/General Manager, Met-Pro Pump Group, 700 Emlen Way, Telford, PA 18969; Telephone: 215-723-8155; E-mail: info@deanpump.com, Website: www.deanpump.com

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