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Low oil price drives product development at Leistritz. Leistritz in Neftegaz-2017
17 March 2017 , 11:18Neftegaz.RU257
Especially in times of unpredictable oil price fluctuations over the recent years, tank terminals are experiencing a boisterous development. All over the world new tank terminals have been built and more are planned, to meet the growing demand for crude - and refined oil products. There seems to be no end in sight to this trend.
With the release of the L4NC pump series, Leistritz Pumpen GmbH has responded to these market developments and presents a new generation of slim and economic rotary positive displacement pumps.
This pump series, which was especially designed for tank terminal applications, covers a wide range of areas and can also be perfectly used in the chemical- petrochemical and shipping industry as loading or unloading, stripping and booster pump.
It is equipped with a casted steel casing with integrated pump liner and a side in – top out arrangement with ASME or DIN flanges. Leistritz has made no concession to its philosophy to manufacture spindles from one piece of metal. Thus, they realize a concept with very low shaft deflection, resulting in a long service life of bearings and shaft seals and a high efficiency.
With revealing the new and optimized L4NC pump, Leistritz Pumpen GmbH creates a milestone in modern, efficient and compact twin screw pump design with reduced costs. This low capital expenditure (CAPEX) combined with the high efficiencies and low maintenance work for optimized operational expenditure (OPEX) are the results of long-term development and well-founded know-how.
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