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CVT & CST Bowl Assemblies

Lineshaft & Submersible Bowl Assemblies

This quick Blog highlights some of the standard bowl assemblies that CPS-Pumps supplies daily to our ever-growing group of contractors and distributors.  These bowl assemblies are a mixture of open lineshaft, enclosed lineshaft  and submersible turbine models.  The lineshaft turbines have shaft and tubing threads that were machined to match other manufacturers making for an easy bowl assembly replacement.  The submersible turbines feature NEMA motor registers and NEMA splined, 304 stainless steel motor couplings that can be used with any submersible motor manufacturer.

These stocked and readily available parts allow for a quick and efficient replacement of product in the field that is not performing as it should.  With some of the highest efficiencies in the industry, the CPS-Pumps lineshaft turbine (CVT) and submersible turbine (CST) product lines cover a huge hydraulic offering.  Standard investment cast 304 stainless steel impellers, standard vitreous enamel, porcelain glass bowl lining, optional bearings and optional metallurgies only highlight a few of the benefits in this highly engineered product line.  Custom shaft, tubing and column options exist for the entire product line making those re-bowl opportunities seemless.

As discussed in a previous Blog, don’t forget that CPS-Pumps also has a complete line of cast iron and ductile iron discharge heads (4″, 6″, 8″, 10″, 12″, 14″, 16″) that can be used in any commercial, municipal, industrial or irrigation application with setting depths to over 1000 feet.  Fabricated discharge heads are available in any size or configuration including above base, below base and “T” orientations for inline applications.

For additional information or engineering support on these or any other CPS-Pump products please contact CPS-Pumps through the support email below.

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