Audex submersible pumps have been developed for use in the toughest and most abrasive applications and environments. Specifically, they are in use by many of the world’s largest aggregates and recycling companies, in the heaviest of industrial applications.
Audex submersible pumps are used in many industries including: mining, quarrying, recycling, cement plants and industrial dewatering. With many unique design features they are the submersible pump of choice for many operators in these fields. Their ability to withstand wear from abrasive, highly corrosive fluids is legend.
Industries and Applications
The Audex AL range of pumps have been designed and built for the harsh environments found in quarries and in the ready mixed concrete sites, and are often deployed as dirty water pumps.
Why choose the Audex AL range?
The Audex AL range are portable electric submersible pumps, ideal for corrosive and abrasive applications.
The range is reliable, industry-proven and affordable.
The AL range incorporates many features often only found in larger submersible pumps. This allows the pumps to give exceptional service life with minimum running costs and repairs.
The Audex AL range is backed by our Pump Servicing Division.
Key Features of the AL range
High chrome impellers for resistance to abrasive fluids.
Double mechanical seals for maximum protection of the motor
Heavy duty stainless steel strainer
304 Grade Stainless Steel casing
Class F insulation for reliability and extended motor life
The pumps are available in a 110v or 230v and can be supplied complete with a built in float switch if required. The largest pump is also available with a 415v motor.
With the ability to pump up to 20m head and up to 450 l/m, these pumps will suit a large number of applications.
For full product details please download the Audex AL data sheets (above right).
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For further information on the Audex AL range or to place an order please contact us on 0114 229 3144. Alternatively you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the Enquiry Form (above left).