Motor pump groups for pasta

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The motor pump groups for pasta factories are used where an adequate distribution network is not available for powering electric motors or as backup of sensitive systems that require pump redundancy for safety reasons.

They can be driven by diesel or gas engines depending on the fuels available locally. In the case of large powers that require the use of medium speed engines (1,000 RPM), a multiplier is used between the prime mover and the pump.

The motor pump groups for pasta factories are supplied in a package configuration equipped with all the auxiliary operating systems: starting (electric, hydraulic or pneumatic, also redundant to each other depending on the power of the internal combustion engine), control panel for both the motor and the pump; of the possible multiplier, fuel storage tank, exhaust gas line with silencer, cooling system by means of electric radiators or evaporative towers, fire fighting system, supervision and monitoring system both locally and remotely.


The package of motor pump units for pasta factories can be installed inside a container to allow rapid on-site assembly (plug & play), under a roof or outdoors depending on the type of use.

The degree of soundproofing the motor pump units for pasta factories can be adapted to the place of installation of the group.

Centrifugal pumps for high flow rates and / or large head for special industrial applications (Oil & Gas, chemical sector, mines, etc.) and aqueducts. The typical use of this category is that of fire-fighting, where alternative and separate pump drive systems are normally required for safety reasons.

On request the motor pumps can be supplied in compliance with the regulations N.F.P.A.

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