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KBL launches “i-NS” pump series

 Kirloskar Brothers Ltd. (KBL) has announced the launch of “i-NS” pump which has been developed entirely with domestic technology.
KBL’s “i-NS” pump is an innovative non-clog sewage submersible pump designed for customer by taking into consideration the end-user’s views. The compact size of the pump helps in minimising submergence, and it comes with an aesthetically-improved design for maintenance-free work.
KBL’s “i-NS” pump’s stationary installation arrangement is simplified with single guide pipe system. It introduces the innovative modular concept for interchangeability of components. Its cable bracket design for wrapping the cable around the body helps in avoiding cable damage, and its potting cup design helps in restricting the entry of water inside the pump. Its integrated design also eliminates most of the potential leakage and short circuit issues typically faced by the end-users in the water & wastewater treatment industries, sewage, building and construction and other allied segments.
Speaking at the “i-NS” pump series launch, Sanjay Kirloskar, Chairman & Managing Director, Kirloskar Brothers Limited, said, “The indigenous development of technologically-advanced i–NS has been an enriching experience for the entire KBL team. The development of ‘i-NS’ series of pumps has also helped us get another step closer to the ‘Make in India’ initiative.”
The “i-NS” pump is packed with innovative features that make it ideal for use.Its integrated design for major components (stator housing / upper bearing holder, mechanical seal housing / lower bearing holder and motor end cover / cable gland) reduces the total number of parts and minimises the fasteners. This integrated design product has 13 models, 49 hydraulics and 206 frames.
KBL is the flagship company of the $ 2.1 billion Kirloskar group. KBL is a global fluid management solutions provider of centrifugal pumps and valves. The core businesses of KBL are large infrastructure projects (water supply, power plants, and irrigation), project and engineered pumps, industrial pumps, agriculture and domestic pumps, valves, motors and hydro turbines.

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