BSM ROTARY GEAR PUMPS

BSM S Series Gear Pump

Available with and without internal relief valve

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S-Series pumps are designed to operate at standard motor speeds and are suitable for pumping oils, inert chemicals, petroleum products and various other liquids in transfer, circulation, lubrication, and liquid pressurization applications.

Design: Drive speeds to 1800 rpm; discharge pressures to 200 psi; flow rate to 32.0 gpm; foot or flange mounted; with or without integral relief valve.
Material: Cast Iron casings with precision machined, heat treated gears and case hardened shafts. Pumps are also available in Ductile Iron and Steel.
Bearings: Replaceable iron sleeve bearings. Also available with carbon graphite or bronze bearings.
Seal: Mechanical seal. Also available with compression packing or lip seal. Mechanical seal and lip seals available with different elastomers for pumping different types of liquids.

Lubrication: Self lubricating using the pumped liquid. Also available for handling non-lubricating liquids.
Rotation: Pumps are available for clockwise or counterclockwise rotation. Discharge is always on the side of the pump toward which the top of the shaft rotates. Specify at time of order.
Liquid Viscosities: 32 ssu to 100,000 ssu. Adaptable for handling liquids from water soluble to molten lead.
Suction Lift: 28″ Hg / 31 feet depending on the type of liquid being pumped.
Drive Options: E-Drive (pump close coupled to motor); ADrive (pump connected to c-face motor with adapter bracket and coupling); D-Drive (pump coupled to motor mounted on baseplate);GR-Drive (pump coupled to gear reducer coupled to motor mounted on baseplate); B-Drive (pump and motor connected by V-belt and pulleys mounted on baseplate).
Accessories: Repair Kits; Gear Sets; Bearing Kits; and Seal Kits. Refer to Section 13.

BSM S Series Dimensional Data

BSM S Series Dimensional Data

BSM S Series Operating Characteristics

BSM S Series Operating Characteristics

C-Face Mounted Pump Set Dimensions

S Series C-FACE

Pump Curves & Horsepower Requirements at Various Viscosities

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