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RL-300- Rotary Lobe Pump | Myers-Seth Pumps
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When it comes to making sure your work site is safe and able to be correctly worked at, there are several things to consider before construction can even commence. One such instance, does the sight involve the presence of a collection of water? Is there water beneath the foundation that needs to be removed to establish a strong and sturdy building? If the answer is yes, then a wellpoint pump is what you need, and no one is better at providing you with the very best pumps than Myers-Seth Pumps Inc.

That being said, with our large variety of top of the line pumps, one can often find themselves asking “Which one should I go with?”. That being said, all of our pumps are specially designed to fulfill a broad range of applications. One such pump is our RL- 300, a pump designed for construction, industrial and municipal application.

What Does It Come With?

As is the case with all of our water pumps, the RL-300 comes ready with many great features to help make sure your water removal needs are not only met but exceeded. Pump qualities include:

* Tri-Lobe construction with Buna rubber coating.

* Moderate heads 10 175 ft.

* maximum suction lift of 28 ft.

* hardened carbon steel rotor shaft.

* heavy-duty oil bath lubricated bearings designed for axial and radial loading.

* Is capable of running dry for short periods because it has tungsten carbide hardened seal faces.

The RL-300 12 in. pump features maximum flows to 3,000 gpm (11,356 Lpm).

MYERS-SETH PUMPS

Myers-Seth Pumps have been creating ‘Battle-Ready’ pumps for over 20 years. In that time we have established ourselves as one of the leading innovators in water pump technology and performance. If you would like to learn more about our pump systems, give us a call today!

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