Liquid Ring Pumps, Compressors Use Less Energy And Liquid

July 17, 2009

Gardner Denver Nash is pleased to introduce its newest line of industrial liquid ring pumps and compressors: the NASH Vectra SX series.  Designed from the ground up to meet the widespread needs of the process industry, the Vectra SX adds five models to Nash’s Vectra series in the 1 ½ to 10 HP range, providing the right solution for small capacity vacuum pump requirements.  Designed to use less energy and consume less operating liquid than competitive models, it is possible to save the user as much as 40% on power consumption and 50% on water usage.

The NASH Vectra SX series features reliable long life, high efficiency, and the flexibility to tailor the pump to your specific needs: 

Reliability - In order to keep your facility running, the Vectra SX has been designed with optimized internal passages and low operating speeds that will ensure a long reliable operating life.

Energy and Operating Liquid Savings - In order to lower product life cycle costs, and to provide a more environmentally friendly solution, the Vectra SX has been designed to use less energy and consume less operating liquid than competitive models.  With the potential energy and water savings it is possible for the Vectra SX pump to pay for itself in less than a year.

Flexibility - Three variations of the pump have been developed to provide the optimum solution to different process needs.

  • A high vacuum version that provides efficient performance to 1” HgA

  • A “water handling” version designed for large amounts of process water or carryover (up to 10 times the normal amount)

  • A compressor version designed for a wider pressure range

  • Two drive arrangements: Monoblock and Pedestal

    Materials of Construction Availability

  • Cast iron with a precision cast 316 stainless steel impeller and a corrosion resistant pump body

  • All 316 precision cast stainless steel