Centrifugal Pump CA Monobloc Selfpriming
A centrifugal pump is the most common type of pump for transferring low-viscosity fluids at high flow rates and at low pressures.
The pump is often associated with water transfer but is also used to handle fuels and chemicals.
The centrifugal pump is available in many variants with differences in performance, flow, installation and economical operation.
The CA series pumps can be delivered in monobloc design, with petrol or diesel engine, electric motor, hydraulics, pneumatic or driven by clutch and pulley or electromagnetic clutch.
A centrifugal pump directs the liquid into the centre of the pump and by means of the centrifugal force swings the liquid out towards the periphery. In this way, large amounts of liquids such as saltwater or oil can be transported. The function is simple. The self-priming centrifugal pump is a compact, single-stage centrifugal pump with good flow and pressure properties.
The Azcue pumps are available in bronze or cast-iron
Ballast, bilge, fire extinguishing, engine cooling, general service pump
Transfer, circulation, low-pressure transfer of all kinds of liquids.
The self-priming centrifugal pump is cast, machined and assembled at Azcue Pumps in Spain. Each pump is designed to fit your process, resulting in greater efficiency and lower overall lifetime costs in terms of wear and energy consumption.
All pumps are tested individually before leaving the factory. The centrifugal pumps are marine approved by Lloyds / ABS
Like the other pumps in the Azcue program, the centrifugal Pump CA benefits from the interchangeable part for reduced on board stockholding. The task of replacing a pump prematurely that just needs maintenance won’t be necessary.
At West-Marine, we have many years of experience in servicing pumps from Azcue Pumps in Spain and guarantee supply of spare parts for many years to come from final production of a model. Thus, the user doesn’t need to replace a pump – only a spare part.
We provide any kind of service, repair and retrofitting – either in our workshop, on the ship or on the rig itself 24/7/365.