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Small industrial workhorse that is designed for power input of 60 HP (45 kW)

60 HP (45 kW) High-Pressure Pump for relatively small sized cleaning and other applications

This belt drive pump is the next step into the sub-100 HP (75 kW) range of products.  Designed with Kamat’s standard modular component system, the versatile construction design provides multiple possibilities for different pump head and plunger combinations.  This gives the user many different operating parameters as well as pump media options.  The media can have a viscosity of up to 2,000 mPas (millipascal second).

In addition, the standard design of the pumps consists of a small number of component parts; this means that reliability is enhanced.  Driven by an external gear reduction or sheaves, this pump is well suited for small-scale industrial applications and for industrial cleaning.

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Specification US Metric
Minimum Flow2.1 GPM8 L/min
Maximum Flow61.3 GPM232 L/min
Minimum Pressure725 PSI50 bar
Maximum Pressure43511 PSI3000 bar
Speed650 RPM
Power Consumption60 BHP45 kW

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