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NSL Centrifugal Pump

NSL Centrifugal Pump

Vertical In-line Centrifugal Pump
Up to 3800 m³/h (16700 US gpm)

The NSL range of pumps represents high efficiency, low NPSH values, easy to installation and low maintenance. The NSL series is widely used within different applications and markets.

Design Features

The pump is an in-line, radially split, single-stage centrifugal pump with connecting flanges according to international standards.

The pump is designed for mounting with electric motors having different international flange dimensions.

The pump casing is equipped with a replaceable sealing ring. The impeller is made with double-curved blades to ensure low NPSH-values and high efficiency.

The bearing unit is equipped with sturdy ball bearings and the small types are fitted with lifetime-lubricated bearings. In the larger types the lower bearing is a double bearing for which a lubrication point is provided.

Within the marine industry the pumps are suitable as:

  • Fresh and seawater cooling pumps
  • Bilge and ballast pumps
  • Fire-fighting
  • General service pumps
  • Transport of slightly aggressive liquids with low viscosity such
    as diesel and lubricating oils.

Within industrial and utility applications the pumps are suitable for:

  • Industry water circulation
  • Cooling tower distribution
  • Diesel transfer
  • District heating
  • District cooling


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NSL Centrifugal Pump


NSL Centrifugal Pump (Monobloc) - overhaul video


NSL Centrifugal Pump (Spacer with heavy bearing bracket) - overhaul video

NSL brochure

NSL For Marine & Offshore
EN - US - CH - NL

NSL For Industry
EN - US - CH - FR - DK

NSL For Utility
EN - FR - RU - DE - PL

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NSL Monobloc
EN- DK - RU - DE- FR
(T1380)

NSL Spacer
EN - DK- RU - DE - FR
(T1379)

NSL Compact Spacer***
EN - DK - DE - FR
(T1479)

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50Hz

720 RPM - 960 RPM - 1450 RPM - 2950 RPM

720 RPM - 960 RPM - 1450 RPM - 2950 RPM


60Hz

864 RPM - 1152 RPM - 1740 RPM - 3540 RPM



864 RPM - 1152 RPM - 1740 RPM - 3540 RPM

Dimensional Sketches :


NSL Compact Spacer - Dimensional Sketches

NSL Monobloc - Dimensional Sketches

NSL Spacer - Dimensional Sketches


Assembly Drawings :


NSL Compact Spacer - Assembly Drawings

NSL Monobloc - Assembly Drawings

NSL Spacer - Assembly Drawings

NSL Centrifugal Pump

Spare Part NSL

- Easy access to spare parts kits

- After Sales Contacts

Find curves for existing pumps, get GA drawings for initial designs and compare efficiency, motor power, NPSH and other data to find the right pump.

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