Pumps • Nuclear Pumps

Nuclear pumps are designed to pump coolant in nuclear stations.

Nuclear pumps are designed to pump coolant in nuclear stations.

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  • Weir Minerals

    Weir Minerals manufactures nuclear slurry pumps designed for special nuclear grade sumps where radioactive sludge that requires low shear is handled. Depending on model, the pumps are available with capacities of 30 to 300 GPM or 1,000 to 3,000 GPM, and heads to 50 to 150 feet, 50 to 300 feet, or 30 to 250 feet.

  • Chempump, Div. of Teikoku USA, Inc.

    Chempump designs and manufactures nuclear canned motor pumps that are sealless and low maintenance. The pumps can be designed to meet commercial grade, MIL-l-45208, CSA-Z299.3, and ASME-quality N stamp standards.

  • Sulzer Ltd

    A builder of pumping systems for the nuclear power market, Sulzer's various pumps meet ASME Section lll, ASME N and NPT, CSA B51, CSA N285, MIL-Q-9858-A, NDT, and SO 9001 certifications and qualifications. The pumps are used in numerous reactor services applications, coolant operations, and waste handling jobs.

  • ClydeUnion Pumps

    CyldeUnion Pumps is a supplier of nuclear pumps used in ASME lll Class 2 and 3 applications including: residual heat removal, safety injection and containment spray, auxiliary feed, charging and CVCS, reactor core isolation cooling, component cooling water, reactor core isolation cooling, moderator, high pressure core flooder,  emergency core cooling, and auxiliary building water. Nuclear pump types include: vertical canister safety pumps, wheel steam turbine two-stage pumps, barrel casing safety pumps, main reactor feed pumps, and auxiliary safety pumps.

  • Flowserve

    Flowserve offers several nuclear pumps include single-stage vertical pumps and CAM high pressure safety injection pumps. The single stage pump is a bottom suction type pump, while the CAM pump is designed specifically for nuclear charge service. The company also distributes nuclear radially-split, single-stage pumps manufactured by Byron Jackson, and IDP-brand nuclear vertical, single-stage pumps.