Regent’s ISO 2858 Centrifugal Pumps

Regent’s ISO 2858 Centrifugal Pumps

Regent’s ISO 2858 centrifugal pumps or Isoflow pumps are single-stage end-suction types. They boast excellent hydraulic efficiency, thanks to their double shrouded impeller and overall design. These pumps are engineered according to the International Standard ISO 2858 and are therefore dimensionally interchangeable with all pumps conforming to this standard.  Like other Regent centrifugal pumps, the ISOflow series features a Back Pull-Out design where the taper mounted impeller can be easily removed and serviced.  


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ISO 2858 Centrifugal Series

Design Advantages
  • Hydraulically balanced double shrouded balanced impeller 
  • Sturdy pump casing with burst pressure twice the operating pressure 
  • High strength bearing housing, robust shaft  
  • High-quality materials resulting in longer pump life 
  • Higher suction characteristics 
  • Bearings are fitted with bearing caps, giving higher level protection 
  • Complies with ISO 2858 and interchangeable with other pumps conforming to the same standard 
Available Options

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  • Material options 
  • Seal options 
  • Motor/drive options 
  • Accessories and spare parts 
  • Baseplate/mounting 
Key Specifications


90 m3/h 


150 m 


16 bar 

  • Liquid Transfer 
  • Air Conditioning 
  • Refrigeration 
  • Fire Protection 
  • Water Pressure Boosting 
  • Drainage 
  • Irrigation 
  • Factory Water 
  • General Industry 
  • Petroleum Products 
  • Water Treatment and Supply 
ISO (1)

Principle of Operation

Centrifugal pumps are able to move fluid by rotating an impeller inside the casing using a motor. As the impeller rotates, fluid is drawn into the pump and hits the impeller eye. The impeller then accelerates the fluid, imparting kinetic energy. This forces the fluid to the tips of the impeller vanes. Upon reaching the edge of the impeller, fluid falls into the casing, which causes the fluid to decelerate and gain higher pressure (fluid velocity is converted to pressure). Fluid is then pushed out of the discharge nozzle and out into the pipes. 



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