Atlas Copco Power Technique Adds Two Vacuum Prime Centrifugal Pumps to Lineup

Mon November 11, 2019 - National Edition
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The PAS 100 and PAS 150 are easily maintained with a hinged cover for direct access to the impeller and pump housing. Both pump variants come with a road certified trailer and sound proof enclosure, making it versatile in handling and application selection.
The PAS 100 and PAS 150 are easily maintained with a hinged cover for direct access to the impeller and pump housing. Both pump variants come with a road certified trailer and sound proof enclosure, making it versatile in handling and application selection.

Atlas Copco Power Technique has introduced two high-flow pumps, the PAS 100 HFS T4F and PAS 150 HFS T4F vacuum prime centrifugal pumps to the market.

These pumps offer several features and are efficient, extremely versatile equipment suitable for many industries, including construction, general dewatering and emergency applications, such as flood cleanup.

The high efficient pump wet end is equipped with a diaphragm vacuum pump and a separator, which enables trouble free operation and fast priming process.

Additionally, the semi-open impeller allows the PAS HFS range to be suitable for pumping liquid with solids in suspension. The pumps can handle solids up to 3 in.

The PAS 100 and PAS 150 are easily maintained with a hinged cover for direct access to the impeller and pump housing. The wear plate also is easily replaceable. The required time to access the impeller and wear plate can be reduced down to 3 minutes, which results in a higher uptime and machine utilization, according to the manufacturer.

Both pump variants come with a road certified trailer and sound proof enclosure, making it versatile in handling and application selection.

PAS 100 HFS T4F Vacuum Prime Pump

This 4-in. pump produces a maximum flow of 1,230 gallons per minute and a maximum pressure of 164 feet of head (ft). The selected engine is rated to 49 hp.

PAS 150 HFS T4F Vacuum Prime Pump

This 6-in. pump produces a maximum flow of 2,250 gpm and a maximum pressure of 167 ft. The selected engine is rated to 74 hp.

For more information, visit www.atlascopco.com.