Each EBARA product design is built to achieve the highest level of reliability, guaranteed by quality control programs and testing throughout the entire production cycle. EBARA centrifugal electric pumps are protected by and carry international patents. The stainless-steel electric pumps are developed by using fully robotic processes that optimize handling of materials, enabling quick changes to production lines, and ensuring high levels of line quality control and standardization.
These processes, combined with construction techniques acquired from our Japanese parent company, EBARA stainless-steel electric pumps, stand out all globally for our unmistakable hydraulic design. Our greatest commitment is for absolute quality. We continuously combine our experience with research for true innovation in our two production plants in Veneto (Gambellara) and Trentino (Cles). Our production processes are carefully structured to optimize the quality and reliability of our products. The Cles production line is fully robotic and automated and has been designed to maximize the use of the raw materials. Products are manufactured to the highest efficiency and levels of standardization, minimizing the energy consumption.
Acniti recommend using an EBARA pump in combination with the turbiti 737 or 747 nanobubble generator. This pump is also suitable for lake and pond remediation as it contains an open impeller, which also makes it suitable for pumping liquids that are not completely clean, but with solid parts up to 19 mm in diameter. If the water contains larger particles, an acniti inlet filter is recommended.
- Open impeller suitable for suspended solids in liquid and dirty water, pump solids handling to 19 mm spherical
- Stainless steel liquid and components, high quality., corrosion resistance, threaded connections, hose barb connections
- High operating efficiency
- High quality mechanical shaft seals and o-rings.
Frequency drive data
|Hz turbiti||737 Pressure||747 Pressure|
|60 Hz||230 kPa||200 kPa|
|55 Hz||200 kPa||180 kPa|
|50 Hz (pump standard)||170 kPa||150 kPa|
|45 Hz||145 kPa||120 kPa|
|40 Hz||105 kPa||100 kPa|
|35 Hz||90 kPa||80 kPa|
|20 Hz||45 kPa||40 kPa|