Osprey 452E self priming Pump From Pumpsets

March 29, 2018

Osprey 452E Self Priming Pump

Osprey 452 model is a 4" cast iron heavy duty pump from Pumpsets. A multi-purpose self priming pump. This pump is designed for use on a wide range of applications that require a solids handling self priming pump. The robust construction of mono bloc design includes mechanical seal and renewable wear plates and is completely serviceable providing reliable and consistent pumping when used in harsh conditions. The pump in this photo is one of a number of sets supplied for a project with each unit mounted on an individual steel base plate. Other mounting options include a site or road trailer with many accessories available including quick release couplings, strainer and suction and delivery hoses.The air cooled two cylinder engine has electric start and throttle control to allow the engine to drive the pump to deliver an output at heads of up to 4.0 bar (at low flow ) and a maximum flow rate of up to 2500 litres per minute (at low head). 

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