The EMW® Heavy Duty Slurry Pump has been released for just over a year now and there are several exciting features of this innovative pump that you might not be aware of…
Two Wet End Configurations
EMW® slurry pumps can be configured with either a hard iron or rubber lined wet end. The material options for the metal wet end include Wilfley’s newest proprietary high chrome / hard iron alloy MAXALLOY® 5A, as well as MAXALLOY® 5.
Metal Wet End
Lined Wet End
Four Different Seal Options
The EMW® slurry pump has been specifically designed to accommodate a wide variety of sealing options to handle the most difficult pumping applications. Wilfley is also in the process of field testing some exciting new static seal designs that should be available by the end of 2014.
Expeller with Diaphragm
Expeller with Packing
Single / Double Mechanical Seals
Two Bearing Lubrication Options
The extremely robust power end of the EMW® pump can be configured for either grease lubricated or oil lubricated bearings.
Six Sizes to Choose From
There are currently six different sizes of the EMW® pump. Larger sizes are in development and should be available in the near future.
- EMW® 50 (2×2)
- EMW® 75 (3×3)
- EMW® 100 (4×3)
- EMW® 150 (6×4)
- EMW® 200 (8×6)
- EMW® 250 (10×8)
Three Belt Drive Arrangements Available
The EMW® pump can be configured with three different belt drive arrangements depending on the pump size and motor size. Direct drive configurations are also available. Contact Wilfley for more information.
Inline Overhead (Small Motors)
Offset Overhead (Medium Motors)
Side By Side (Large Motors)