811 ANSI B73.1 Process Pumps
Model 811 meets or exceeds all ANSI standards for the chemical
processing industry. The fully open impeller,
centerline discharge, and other unique design features allow the
811 to continue operating long after other ANSI pumps wear out or
break down. For example:
A choice of
extra-heavy-duty, stocked, Ductile Iron, Stainless Steel, Alloy
20 and CD4M pump materials coupled with multiple seal design
options allows you to tailor the 811 to virtually any process flow
impeller design features large wear areas and
back pump-out vanes, making the 811 far superior in handling
corrosive and erosive fluids. Open impellers balance
hydraulic axial thrust loads, lengthen bearing life, and reduce
stuffing box pressure too.
self-tightening impeller with O-ring seal eliminates part
corrosion, gasket leakage, and all chance of loosening in high
sleeve and adapters allow easy replacement of sealing surface
without shaft and bearing disassembly, and without bearing
clearance adjustments due to wear can easily be made on-site with
an ordinary open-end wrench. No shimming is required.
Goulds 3196 and Peerless 8196 with savings of up to 50%.
Same day service on parts with no premium on price.
Griswold’s high-quality ANSI parts are performance-tested to
meet performance curves, yet their standard prices are the lowest
of any pump manufacturer.
us for our free 30 page ANSI Parts Interchangeability Guide... a
valuable tool that cross references Griswold 811, Goulds 3196 and
Peerless 8196 pumps by pump size and by part number.
And best of all,
the Model 811 is available in a wide range of sizes and capacities
to fit virtually any process fluid application. The Griswold 811
ANSI pump can make your life simpler by replacing a warehouse full
of pumps, including:
- Allis Chalmers
- Durco Mark
II and III
- Goulds 3196
- Ingersoll Rand
- Peerless 8196
all with no piping changes, no baseplate changes and no coupling