Centrifugal Pump - TKL EC Series

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TKL’s EC Series is designed to handle large flow and high head conditions in mines and water transfer applications. The EC centrifugal pumps have a multistage, horizontally split-case configuration, making inspection and maintenance fast and easy. Additionally, accessing the common wear parts wouldn’t require removing the motor or the suction and discharge connections. Their design allows for a lower net positive head required and lower axial thrust. The EC pumps can also be mounted horizontally or vertically, giving more installation flexibility.


Industrial Centrifugal Pump

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TKL EC Centrifugal Pump - Horizontally Split

FLOW UP TO 39,000 LPM (Liters per minute)
or 2340 m3/hr

Features & Benefits

  • Horizontal split-case design allows easy access to internal parts
  • Pump rotor can be removed without disturbing the motor or alignment
  • Horizontal or vertical mounting provisions to suit application piping requirements
  • Reduced friction wear with shaft sleeves between the stages and in the stuffing boxes
  • Stuffing Boxes graphite impregnated packing allows leakage adjustment for long life

Available Options

Each EC pump can be customised according to your specific fluid transfer needs. Get in touch with our experts to know your options. Some of the common options for this model include:

  • Spare parts
  • Base/mounting plates
  • Sizes from 200mm to 600mm

Key Specifications

  • Flows to 39,000 LPM or 2340 m3/h
  • Heads to 650 m
  • Pressures to 88 bar
  • Temperatures from -30°C to 150°C



  • Mining
  • Chemical Processing
  • Water Resources
  • General Industries
  • Water Treatment
  • Renewable Fuel Production
  • Drilling
  • Flood Control
  • Irrigation


  • Heavy Oil
  • Oil Sands and Shale
  • Molten Salt Offsites
  • Water
  • Wastewater
  • Flood Water
  • Pulpy Liquids
  • Gas
  • Chemicals


Industrial Centrifugal Pumps

Fluid enters the suction line and falls on the impeller eye and is “centrifuged” (hence the name) to the impeller periphery, with assistance from the impeller vanes.
As the impeller rotates, it imparts kinetic energy onto the liquid surrounding it due to friction. The liquid moves towards the outer periphery of the impeller; its kinetic energy is then changed to pressure. The impeller has vanes separated by channels through which the liquid flows. Each channel has an increasing flow path area. As the flow path area expands, the liquid’s velocity decreases and the pressure increases. 
For the EC pump with a multistage configuration, the process repeats as it goes through each stage until it reaches the discharge port.

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