CDR Pompe Centrifugal Pumps

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Centrifugal pumps use an electric motor to power the rotation of an impeller, which spins rapidly to generate centrifugal force and transport liquid using the resulting pressure. Though this basic function applies to any pump in this category, there are different subtypes of centrifugal pumps that fit specific applications.

CDR Pompe is an Italian company with over 70 years of experience producing industrial pumps, including the magnetic-drive and lined mechanical seal models available through The Titus Company. Their exceptional design and build quality and pursuit of continuous innovation have made the company a major contender in the global market.

Centrifugal Pump Applications

Centrifugal pumps excel in industrial settings requiring the movement of fluids containing solids, abrasives, or corrosive or toxic materials. These robust solutions resist damage from exposure to these normally harmful substances and can even transport heated liquids for tasks such as adhesives production, chemical processing or other demanding work.

Different versions of these pumps are designed with various drive types and lining materials to suit specialized purposes.

CDR Pompe Industrial Pumps Available Through The Titus Company

As a CDR Pompe pump distributor, The Titus Company has multiple types and series of industrial centrifugal pumps in our expansive inventory:

CDR Pompe Lined Mechanical Seal Centrifugal Pumps

Mechanical seal centrifugal pumps feature seals placed along the shaft and in line with the impeller. The manufacturer may use various types of seals depending on the pump’s intended purpose. As the shaft and impeller are directly connected, these seals require a thin film of liquid as lubrication, which means that the pump cannot be wholly internally leakproof. However, mechanical seal pumps excel at processing fluids containing suspended particulates. As such, lined models are desirable for industries requiring this capability, such as the agrochemical and water treatment fields.

We carry multiple options for mechanical seal pumps, all of which come with plastic linings engineered for exceptional chemical resistance. The CCL Series and CCL-B Series feature a polypropylene lining and are available with single seals. Models UCL and UCL-B are lined with polypropylene, polyvinylidene fluoride and perfluoroalkoxy and can use single or double seals.

CCL Series

CDR Pompe CCL Series Centrifugal Pump

    • Long-coupled execution
    • Back pull-out design
    • Pumps use the back pullout principle and a strong bearing housing with flexible coupling

UCL Series

CDR Pompe UCL Series Centrifugal Pump

    • Long-coupled and close-coupled executions
    • End-Suction, Back pull-out design
    • Pumps use the back pull-out principle and a strong bearing housing with flexible coupling

CCL-B Series

CDR Pompe CCL-B Series Centrifugal Pumps

    • Close-coupled execution
    • Pumps are equipped with standard motors

UCL-B Series

CDR Pompe UCL-B Series Centrifugal Pump

    • Close-coupled execution
    • Pumps are equipped with standard motors

CDR Pompe Magnetic Drive Centrifugal Pumps

Built to handle the harshest fluids, plastic lined magnetic drive pumps from CDR Pompe include a chemical-resistant lining like polypropylene or ethylene tetrafluoroethylene. The lined parts are held within a cast-iron shell to yield a pump that prevents leakage and delivers top-tier reliability in even the most demanding conditions. These industrial-grade units offer complete chemical compatibility, making them suitable for diverse roles in industries where safety is paramount.

Our options in this category include the ETN EVO series, a smaller-scale pump with premium features like resistance to vibration, shock and vacuum development. The impeller and inner magnet are made as one to prevent misalignment. This unit is available with and without an included motor.

For heavier use, the UTN-L and UTN-BL I° Frame Series incorporate the above features plus additional lining materials and an oil-lubricated bearing bracket that yields exceptional performance even in the most challenging conditions.

ETN EVO Standard Execution

CDR Pompe ETN EVO Series Centrifugal Pump

    • Shaft seal type: Magnetic drive
    • Design: Sub-EN 22858 – ISO 2858
    • Casing and impeller materials: PP lined – ETFE lined
UTN-L Series

CDR Pompe UTN-L Series Centrifugal Pump

    • Long Coupled pumps use the back pull-out principle and a strong bearing housing with a flexible coupling
ETN EVO with Motor

CDR Pompe ETN EVO Series with Motor Centrifugal Pump

    • Shaft seal type: Magnetic drive
    • Design: Sub-EN 22858 – ISO 2858
    • Casing and impeller materials: PP lined – ETFE lined
UTN-BL (I° FRAME) Series

CDR Pompe UTN-BL Series Centrifugal Pump

    • Close-coupled pumps are equipped with standard motors

A more rugged centrifugal pump design built on the magnetic drive principle, the metallic mag-drive pump comes in stainless steel and excels in thermoregulation applications. These high-efficiency industrial pumps can support discontinuous operation and perform in a temperature range of minus 100 to 300 C. Their design is geared for lower-viscosity, highly aggressive fluids that require extreme safety precautions, making them commonplace in pharmaceutical, chemical and petrochemical processing.

Our metallic magnetic drive centrifugal pump selections include the UTS and UTS-B Series, which are horizontal single-stage pumps suitable for H24 service. These models are made using surgical-grade AISI 316 stainless steel for exceptional chemical and heat resistance and feature casings with a corrosion allowance to provide a long service life. Design elements like a self-venting isolation shell and heat-dissipation provisions in the bushing support help these high-efficiency pumps perform with utmost reliability.

We also have ETS Series pumps for smaller operations. These models use the same premium materials and share configuration components with the UTS and UTS-B units for convenient service and maintenance.

UTS Series

CDR Pompe UTS Series Centrifugal Pump

    • Shaft Seal Type: Magnetic Drive
    • Design: EN 22858-ISO 2858
    • Standard: ISO 5199
ETS 30 Series

CDR Pompe ETS 30 Series Centrifugal Pump

    • Long Coupled pumps use the back pull-out principle and a strong bearing housing with flexible coupling
UTS-B Series

CDR Pompe UTS-B Series Centrifugal Pump

    • Shaft Seal Type: Magnetic Drive
    • Design: EN 22858-ISO 2858
    • Standard: ISO 5199
ETS-50 Series

CDR Pompe ETS-50 Series Centrifugal Pump

    • Close-coupled pumps are equipped with standard motors

Though mechanical seals are adequate for pumping many fluids, their inability to achieve a complete seal means that industries that handle extremely dangerous liquids like acids or solvents need a more secure solution. A magnetic drive centrifugal pump accomplishes this goal. This device separates the motor shaft and impeller, with the former driving the latter using two permanent magnets that interact to achieve rotation through an isolation shell that prevents fluid leaks.

Plastic magnetic drive pumps make this advanced technology available with an economical build material for lighter-duty operations. These industrial pumps are often chosen to move seawater or brine, low-viscosity acids and cleaning fluids.

The Titus Company carries CDR’s STN Series in this category. A variety of motor sizes and configuration options are available to fit your pumping needs.

STN Series – Standard Execution with Motor

CDR Pompe STN Series Centrifugal Pump with Motor

    • End suction pumps use the back pull-out principle and a strong bearing housing with flexible coupling
STN Series – Standard Execution without Motor

CDR Pompe STN Series Centrifugal Pump without Motor Pump

    • Close-coupled pumps are furnished with standard motors

Connect With The Titus Company to CDR Pompe Centrifugal Pump Products

At The Titus Company, we offer CDR Pompe centrifugal pumps with feature sets and design elements perfectly tailored to work in sectors ranging from agrochemical production to solvent processing to pharmaceutical development.

Give us a call or connect with our expert team online to discuss your application or get more information on our industrial pumps from CDR Pompe. You can also request an estimate on a specific model or make a service inquiry via the forms linked below.