Small-scale replica pump ready for exhibition

Small-scale replica pump ready for exhibition

It’s made of polyfoam and fibreglass. But it looks exactly like the actual CGM250 pump used for numerous marine and offshore applications all over the world.

 

 

A long-awaited replica model of the CGM250 pump has arrived at the Hamworthy Pumps office in Singapore. At a mere 25 kg, it weighs only a fraction of the actual inline pump (1,180 kg.), making it suitable for display on any occasion.

 

Since arriving, the replica pump has been located in the reception area. But when the COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end and the world reopens for business, the plan is for the pump to accompany the sales team at exhibitions and trade shows around the world.

 

The CGM250 is a single-suction inline centrifugal pump designed for a reliable and efficient operation, and is suitable for a broad range of applications: Scrubber, Ballast, fire, fresh-/seawater cooling and general service.

 

 

 

Over the years, Hamworthy Pumps has supplied more than 250 units of this pump model, which is recognised for its reliability.

 

Recently, the CGM250 pump has chosen by Langh Tech for scrubber installations on four crude oil tankers, by Modec for two FPSO projects in Brazil, and by Aitken Marine International as part of a ballast pump solution.

 

Want to know more?

Read all about our CGL-, GGM- and CGH pumps here:

https://hamworthy-pumps.com/business-area/engine-room-pumps/cgx/

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