NC Series Godwin Godwin NC150S

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Overview

Overview

Product Features
  • Dri-Prime® automatic self-priming system​
  • Featuring Flygt N-technology for non-clog performance and sustained high-efficiency
  • Liquid bath mechanical seal for dry-running and reduced maintenance costs
  • Abrasion-resistant silicon carbide seal faces for trouble-free performance​
  • Close-coupled design for easy to service pump-end
  • Emissions compliant engines available

Fibrous material, sewage and general dewatering applications

The Godwin Dri-Prime® NC150S pump is an extremely powerful, yet compact pump with flow capabilities to 1,770 US GPM (403 m³/hr). It also features Flygt N-technology with its innovative self-cleaning impeller.

NC Series pumps are engineered to deliver sustained high efficiency resulting in lower energy and fuel costs while reducing unplanned downtime, making the NC150S a best-in-class portable pump suitable for both sewage and clean water pumping applications.

Available Options

  • Diesel engine and electric motor driven
  • 316 or CD4MCu stainless steel pump-end construction for high- and low-pH applications
  • Highway trailer or skid mount, both incorporating integral overnight running fuel tanks
  • Sound attenuated enclosure
  • PrimeGuard controller with Field Smart Technology (FST)


Specifications

Specifications

Accessories

Accessories

Accessories

HDPE Piping

  • Strong, durable, flexible and lightweight
  • High performance and long life expectancy
  • Weather resistant​

Tandem Connections

  •   Connects two or more pumps in series for extra high-head operation
  •   Available for Flygt 2000 or 2600 series BS version pumps
  •   Allows hose and pipe connections

QD Pipe & Fittings

  • High tensile strength hot-dipped galvanized steel
  • Quick disconnect (QD) coupling system​
  • 2" to 12" pipe, fittings, and adapters available
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