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Rovatti Pompe, a rich range on display to Hanover

by Fabrizio Sereni
November 2017 | Back

At Agritechnica 2017, Rovatti Pompe offers a part of its consolidated production range alongside several innovations that stand out for constructive design, hydraulic performance and a massive reduction in operating costs. Amongst the innovations on show in Hanover, the Emilian company launches the new MEKX and MEKVX series multi-stage monobloc electric pumps. The high hydraulic efficiency and extended working range compared to the nominal flow rate offer considerable energy savings, while the absence of welding points and the thickness of all the stainless steel microfusion components give these machines maximum resistance to corrosion and wear. Available in both horizontal (with axial or radial suction) or vertical construction, they offer a very high application flexibility, so as to accommodate many areas of intervention. With regard to installations at depth, the innovative Rovatti 6E and 8E series of 6” and 8” submersible electric pumps promise to arouse great interest among the insiders attending the German event. The hydraulic efficiency is at the top of the market and the performance curves are particularly suited to inverter use, providing significant energy savings. In addition, the ease of installation makes these electric pumps optimally suited for a wide range of applications. Finally, the built-in check valve and the stainless steel microfusion impellers balanced hydraulically and dynamically ensure maximum service reliability. In the field of agricultural tractor pumps, Rovatti Pompe presents the revolutionary “Midy” range. These are small mechanical engineering gems that can provide high performance in a compact lightweight body. The construction techniques of these pumps are cutting edge, made of high quality cast iron and featuring a helical gearbox multiplier and proven mechanical strength. The Midy series is available in both centrifugal and self-priming versions, making it possible to match all versions to any type of tractor either through a cardan shaft or directly through the power take-off.


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