Centrifugal Pump - TKL MVE Industrial Process

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The TKL MVE is a series of single-stage volute pumps designed for high flow and low head applications in various industries, municipal settings, and agricultural services. These centrifugal pumps are engineered according to the most modern research findings in hydraulics and hydrodynamics. The overhung configuration of MVE pumps enables better suction performance and reduced cost of ownership through simple pipe layout and installation. The single-suction design, solid case, and back pull-out feature of these pumps are their additional selling points.


Industrial Centrifugal Pump

Abaque Peristaltic Pump HD25 model

TKL MVE Centrifugal Pump

FLOW UP TO 45,000 LPM (Liters per minute)
or 2700 m3/hr

Features & Benefits

  • Single volute, symmetrical casing with integral suction and discharge for increased reliability
  • Mechanically balanced, mixed-flow, enclosed impeller extends seal and bearing life
  • Rigid overhung, stiff shaft design in stainless steel
  • Cast Iron casing and cover with large openings give access to gland and stuffing box
  • Two heavy-duty, grease-lubricated ball bearings carry all radial and thrust loads
  • Back pull-out design simplifies maintenance without disturbing piping

Available Options

Each TKL 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:

  • Top discharge option
  • Material options: bronze, zinc-free bronze, austenitic cast iron and spheroidal/nodular irons
  • Shaft sleeve
  • Wear rings
  • Vertical design option
  • Close-coupled or immediate shaft-driven option
  • Special high-speed version
  • Spare parts
  • Sizes from 200 mm to 400 mm
  • Base/mounting plate

Key Specifications

  • Flows to: 45,000 LPM ot 2700 m3/h
  • Heads to: 15 m
  • Press. to: 7 bar
  • Temp: to 100°C



  • Pulp & Paper
  • Mining
  • Steel & Primary Metals
  • Food & Beverage
  • Corn Wet Milling & Ethanol
  • Agriculture & Irrigation
  • Municipal
  • Dewatering and Drainage Needs
  • Pollution Control


  • Basic (Organic & Inorganic)
  • Water
  • Wastewater
  • Flood Water
  • Pulpy Liquids


Industrial Centrifugal Pumps

Fluid enters the impeller through the “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. 
Due to the unique shape of the volute casing, the liquid undergoes further velocity decrease and pressure increase. The liquid is then discharged through the discharge port.

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