close-coupled pump

close-coupled pump

[¦klōs ¦kəp·əld ′pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
Pump with built-in electric motor (sometimes a steam turbine), with the motor drive and pump impeller on the same shaft.
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The motors covered by DOE regulations include a variety of motors including single-speed, continuous-duty polyphase motors with voltages not greater than 600 volts; motors with or without mounting feet; motors built in a T- or U-frame; motors built with synchronous speeds of 3600,1800,1200or 900 rpm (two, four, six or eight poles, respectively); National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) Design A and B motors from 1 to 500 hp, NEMA Design C motors from 1 to 200 hp; and motors that are close-coupled pump or vertical solid-shaft normal thrust motors.
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Nemo also supplies a complete series of close-coupled pumps ideal for a wide variety of applications where cost effectiveness is important.
Also on show will be their range of Duplex and Trio close-coupled pumps.