Zenit’s Special Alloy Series

Zenit’s Special Alloy Series

Zenit’s range of special alloy electric submersible pumps comprises the X, B, Y models. The DRX, DRY and DGX pumps are engineered using CF8_M (AISI 316) stainless steel. The aluminum bronze models include the DRB and DGB pumps. These pumps are designed to perform efficiently and continuously under challenging conditions, thanks to their oil bath motor and mechanical seal cooled by motor oil. They are good at handling corrosive, aggressive liquids, as well as soiled and strained fluids, making them the preferred pumps in various heavy-duty industries. 

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Special Alloy Series

Design Advantages
  • Oil-bath motor with thermal overload devices 
  • Dual silicon carbide mechanical seal 
  • Aluminum or bronze multi-channel open or vortex impeller 
  • Ample free passage to expel solids and protect impeller 
  • High-quality case materials for challenging conditions 
  • Stainless steel strainer for DGB and DRX pumps 
Available Options

We customise pumps according to your specific application. Get in touch with us to know your options. 

 

  • Couplers 
  • Float switches 
  • Control panels 
  • Spare parts 
Key Specifications
  • Flows up to 261.9 m3/h 
  • Heads up to 40.2 m 
  • Free passages up to 80 mm 

MODELS 

FLOW (m3/h) 

HEAD (m) 

FREE PASSAGE (mm) 

DGB  

38.2 

15 

38 

DRB 

45 

18 

15 

DGX 

66.2 

14.9 

60 

DRX 

45 

17.8 

15 

DRY 

261.9 

40.2 

80 

Applications
  • Soiled brines 
  • Strained aggressive liquids 
  • Strong corrosive chemicals 
  • Fish processing 
  • Shipping industries 
  • Heavy-duty industry 
  • Pharmaceutical 
  • Farming 
STAINLESS
INDUSTRIAL

Our range of available
Special Alloy pumps

DGB

DRB

DGX

DRX

DRY

PUMP

Principle of Operation

Submersible centrifugal pumps work following the electric submersible pump operating principle. An encapsulated electric motor drives the centrifugal pump while the fluid’s kinetic energy increases. This energy is then partly converted into pressure, which lifts the fluid through the pump. The design uses a vertical shaft to rotate the impellers and pressurise fluid. The entire unit is submerged in the fluid, so it requires the use of mechanical seals to protect the electrical motor from failing. 

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All-Pumps offers bespoke solutions to your manufacturing processes. Whether you need a new pump, replacement part, repair services, system design, or monthly maintenance, call our professionals! 

Our customer support services set us apart, we take responsibility to give you the best experience possible. 

How our experts can help you: 

  • Design and cost a system or project 
  • Customise and engineer solutions for your specific application 
  • Provide spare parts and maintenance services
  • Conduct Site-Wide Pump Health Audits with our Nexus Program
  • Pump Manuals and Technical Guides 

And so much more! 

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