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Calpeda introduces twin headed NRD models

Calpeda’s new models in its range of in-line glanded centrifugal pumps feature a built-in automatic switching valve for simple single or parallel operation.

The first release will see two models, the 50 and 65 mm, with flows to 125 m3/hr and heads to 35 m. The company says the pumps are compact, quiet and use advanced hydraulic designs for optimum efficiency.

All Calpeda’s NR and NRD series pumps can be supplied fitted with its I-MAT variable speed drives and optional differential pressure transducers for high efficiency automatic operation and control.

The company has also announced that it is making a donation to the NHS Charities Together Covid-19 Emergency fund for every EASYMAT or I-MAT booster set purchased before 31 July 2020.

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