Worthington's Multi-Stage Pumps Provide Flexibility —Literature Available

A line of multi-stage, donuttype pumps, called Multi-Line, from the Worthington Pump Division of the McGraw-Edison Company, is designed to provide high pressure at high efficiency on continuous service. They allow flexibility in service capabilities simply by changing the number of stages, or donuts, in the pump, and they require no routine maintenance, according to the manufacturer.

W o r t h i n g t o n ' s Multi-Line pumps are ideal for a wide range of applications, including water and sewage treatment; they are also suitable for boiler feed, pressure boosting and high-pressure washing duties. They handle liquids with temperatures to a maximum of 212 F.

Multi-Line pumps are easily in- stalled, can be mounted vertically or horizontally, and occupy a minimum space in either configuration.

They offer no alignment problems, and are designed for quiet, continuous operation. Design advantages of Multi-Line pumps include in-line pipe connections, a unique thermal expansion compensator, standard TEFC motors, impeller and stage pieces in Noryl, and an all-metal pressure casing. In addition, they will accept rapid changes in liquid temperature without problem.

Multi-Line capacities range to 130 gpm and heads to 800 feet. The pumps are offered in three sizes with substantial parts interchangeability among the three sizes.

For further information and a free, full-color descriptive bulletin about Worthington's Multi- Line pumps, Write 21 on Reader Service Card

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