Our Dean CNV Series Inline Process Pumps are vertical inline, close-coupled process pumps designed to optimize efficiency, performance, and operating costs, while meeting standard environmental processes.
Through decades of experience and knowledge, we are able to deliver custom tailored solutions to maximize operations utilizing our close-coupled design to eliminate alignment issues, space-saving configurations, corrosion-resistant manufacturing materials for long life service, and six available sizes to fit your application needs.
Dean pumps have earned a worldwide reputation as being the most resilient and reliable. We build the best, top-of-the-line chemical process and high-temperature metallic centrifugal pumps. With flawless precision they can withstand the most corrosive chemicals and the most extreme temperatures.
To move hazardous liquids safely and efficiently through the most critical parts of the transportation process, Dean products excel at harnessing kinetic energy. Tough enough to withstand harsh rotational stress, heat, pH, and any other issues that arise when transporting dangerous liquids. Dean pumps such as the CNV Series Inline Process Pumps can take on whatever task you throw at them.
Dean produces a broad choice of solutions to fill any need. Select from our ANSI chemical process pumps, vertical inline pumps, air cooled high-temperature pumps, and heavy-duty high-temperature pumps for particularly demanding situations. Dean has the perfect pump for your needs and it comes with the best customer service in the business. See for yourself why Dean pumps are used by some of the largest companies worldwide.
Features & Benefits
- Capacities to 700 GPM (160 m3/hr)
- Custom designs in six sizes to meet your specific application needs
- Premium quality corrosion resistant construction materials – Ductile iron or 316 stainless steel
- Heads to 550 feet (167 m)
- Pumping temperatures to 220° F (104° C)
- Working pressures to 275 PSIG (1,896 kPa)
- Space saving design
- Fully open impeller
- JMV frame close-coupled motor designs
- Low Total Cost of Ownership
- High value and long
- Low maintenance
- Easy installation process
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