MXQ, LLC is known for providing Netzsch® equivalent progressive cavity pumps. The MXQ NET model of the pumps is inspired from the Netzsch® progressive cavity pump line. These equivalent pumps provide the same advantages of the Netzsch® pumps, and are a cost-effective solution. We offer various NET models, which have options such as:

  • Various Materials of Construction
  • Pin & Bush Joints
  • Close-coupled models
  • Cardan Joints
  • High Pressure models
  • High Flow models

*Netzsch® is a registered trademark of Netzsch Mohnopumpen GmbH.  MXQ is not an authorized distributor of parts or services for Netzsch Mohnopumpen GmbH.  MXQ is not associated with, endorsed by, or sponsored by Netzsch Mohnopumpen GmbH

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Netzsch® Equivalent Pumps Features

The Netzsch® equivalent pumps that we provide are popular for the following beneficial features that they offer:

 


Net-PJ-A/B


NET-PJ-A/B (Pin Joints)

NET-PJ Pumps

Generally, cast iron is the material of choice for manufacturing the Net-PJ pumps, with metallurgies of different rotating parts, such as stainless steel grades 304 and 316, tool, steel, and alloy steel. These pumps can be used for highly corrosive applications, thanks to the availability of the several other options of FRO I Ebonite lined housing, which has rotating parts made from super alloys, such as Hastelloy B, Hastelloy C, Alloy 20, and others. The mechanical seal and the soft gland packing of these pumps ensure a proper shaft sealing. Pin and bush joints are more common in these pumps, since they are more economical types of joints.

  • Model A
    • Viscosity up to 1,000,000 cSt
    • Flow rates up to 1,210 GPM
    • Operating Temperature up to 390 °F
    • Differential Pressure up to 690 PSI
  • Model B
    • Viscosity up to 1,000,000 cSt
    • Flow rates up to 2,400 GPM
    • Operating Temperature up to 390 °F
    • Differential Pressure up to 87 PSI

 


NET-CJ-A/B Pumps


NET-CJ-A/B (Cardan Joints)

NET-CJ Pumps

Similar to the Net-PJ pumps, the Net-CJ pumps use cast iron as their material of construction with different types of rotating parts, which include tool steel, Alloy 20, stainless steel 304, and stainless steel 316. In addition to this, the cardan joints NET pumps have other options of FRP I Ebonite lined housing. The rotating parts of these pumps can be made from different super alloys, like titanium, Hastelloy B, Hastelloy C, and alloy 20. This makes them suitable for use in highly corrosive applications. The high-quality cardan joints of the Net-CJ pumps make them capable of handling high axial and radial loads. This helps in increasing their overall service life.

 

 

  • Model A
    • Viscosity up to 1,000,000 cSt
    • Flow rates up to 1,210 GPM
    • Operating Temperature up to 390 °F
    • Differential Pressure up to 690 PSI
  • Model B
    • Viscosity up to 1,000,000 cSt
    • Flow rates up to 2,400 GPM
    • Operating Temperature up to 390 °F
    • Differential Pressure up to 87 PSI

 


NET-W Hopper Pump


Net-W (Hopper)

NET-W Hopper Pumps

These are another types of Netzsch® equivalent pumps that we provide. The Net-W (Hopper) pumps are hygienic pumps featuring a wide throat. This makes them capable of pumping extremely viscous media. The standard Net-W pumps feature a mild steel casing, and have rotating parts made of alloy steel material. The contact parts are generally made of stainless steel material for hygienic or corrosive applications. You also have an option of selecting a bridge breaker paddle assembly.

 

  • Flow rates up to 1,200 GPM
  • Differential Pressure up to 690 PSI
  • Operating Temperature up to 390 ° F
  • Viscosity up to 1,000,000 cSt

 


NET-Close Coupled


NET-CC (Close Coupled)

NET-Close Coupled Pumps

The CC in the Net-CC pumps that we provide stands for Close Coupled. The Net-CC pumps are compact, and directly coupled to the driver. This helps eliminate the requirement of base plate, or bearing housing. If the application is onto restricted areas, then these are the ideal pumps to go for.

 

 

  • Flow rates up to 330 GPM
  • Differential Pressure up to 175 PSI
  • Operating Temperature up to 250 ° F
  • Viscosity up to 1,000,000 cSt

 

 


Applications


The Netzsch® equivalent pumps from MXQ find their use in those products that have the following characteristics:

  • ­Abrasive
  • Toxic
  • Free of solids and high solids content (maximum particle size up to 6”/150 mm)
  • ­Adhesive
  • Low to high viscosity (1 mPas – 3 million mPas)
  • ­Aggressive (pH 0 – 14)
  • Thixotropic and dilatant
  • ­­Lubricating and non-lubricating
  • Shear-sensitive

 


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