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Submersible pumps for lifting LPG

Submersible pumps are multistage centrifugal pumps that provide a lift of highly viscous liquids and can operate risk free under severe conditions. They are mainly used in LPG car filling stations with forklift refuelling, cylinder filling and marine dispensing being amongst other applicable uses.

Product description

Submersible pumps can be fully submerged into tanks from where they push, rather than pull, the liquid upwards. Unlike other pumps, they can supply LPG to several autogas dispensers as demand increases with guaranteed flow rates.

Product specifications icon Specifications

Gas types: LPG (Propane, Butane)
Connections: Thread (outlet), blind suction hole (inlet)
Type: NPT, N/A
Shaft sealing: Seal-less canned motor
Differential pressure: 12 bar (174 psi)
Temperature range: -20˚C to +40˚C (-4˚F to +104˚F)
Flow rate: Up to 160 lpm (42.2 gpm) 
Power consumption: 2.2 KW, 3.7 KW, 4 KW
Sizes and range: 1½" to 2" (NPT), 40 mm to 55 mm (N/A)
Series available: SM-X submersible pump, RX10, RX33, RX35 Submersible Regenerative Turbine Pump
Standards: CE, ATEX, Certified explosion-proof designed submersible electric motor, ANZEx_06_3046X , EU, IECEx

*Materials and specifications are subject to generalisation. Our experienced people are ready to help you find the correct fit for your application. Find the contact information for your country here.

Product material icon Material 

All parts are LPG compatible.

More information can be provided upon request.

Product features icon Features

  • Low NPSH requirements
  • Side channel hydraulics with steep performance curve
  • Motor cooled by media
  • Low maintenance and installation costs
  • Small and lightweight unit
  • Increased safety due to separated electrical connection and fluid pipe
  • Maintenance and leak free
  • Low risk of cavitation
  • Reliable and efficient
  • Provides a high versatility

Did you know?

  • ProSupply can provide additional accessories like pump controllers, positive pressure ventilation (PPV) valves, differential pressure switches, and inline bypass valves

Alternative products icon Alternative products 

  • Side channel pump
  • Turbine pump