Fluoropolymer
Polytetrafluoroethylene PTFE

PTFE shows an outstandy resistance against nearly all organic and inorganic media over a wide temperature range. Centrifugal pumps made of PTFE can be used between -50 °C and 180 °C.
 

Rheinhütte Pumps in PTFE:


RCFKu – Free Flow Pump in Plastic

RCFKu – Free Flow Pump in Plastic

Material
Plastic
Design
Free Flow Pump
Size
DN 80 - DN 200
Delivery rate
Qmax. = 700 m3/h
Delivery head
Hmax. = 100 m
Temperature
-50 °C to +180 °C
Nominal pressure
16 bar
FNPM – Magnetic Drive Pump in Plastic

FNPM – Magnetic Drive Pump in Plastic

Material
Plastic-lined
Design
Standardized Chemical Pump (ISO 2858, ISO 15783, ISO 5199)
Size
DN 25 - DN 125
Delivery rate
Qmax. = 350 m3/h
Delivery heat
Hmax. = 100 m
Temperature
-30 °C to +190 °C
Nominal pressure
16 bar
CPRF – Free Flow Pump in Plastic

CPRF – Free Flow Pump in Plastic

Material
Plastic
Design
Free Flow Pump
Size
DN 32 - DN 80
Delivery rate
Qmax. = 200 m3/h
Delivery head
Hmax. = 100 m
Temperature
-50 °C to +190 °C
Nominal pressure
16 bar
CPDR – Standardized Chemical Pump in Plastic

CPDR – Standardized Chemical Pump in Plastic

Material
Plastic
Design
Standardized Chemical Pump (ISO 2858, ISO 5199)
Size
DN 32 - DN 80
Delivery rate
Qmax. = 200 m3/h
Delivery head
Hmax. = 100 m
Temperature
-50 °C to +190 °C
Nominal pressure
16 bar
RCNKu – Standardized Chemical Pump in Plastic

RCNKu – Standardized Chemical Pump in Plastic

Material
Plastic
Design
Standardized Chemical Pump (ISO 2858, ISO 5199)
Design
DN 80 - DN 400
Delivery rate
Qmax. = 2.500 m3/h
Delivery head
Hmax. = 100 m
Temperature
-40 °C to +190 °C
Nominal pressure
16 bar