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End Suction, Split Coupled, Integrated VFD, LCSE, (PC24) End Suction, Split Coupled, Integrated VFD, LCSE, (PC24) – Grundfos Type LCSE is a single stage, end suction, split coupled, base mounted centrifugal pump with integrated motor, drive, and control. The Grundfos split coupled, base mount pump with its axially split coupling are capable of withstanding all torsional, axial, and radial loads. Smaller foot print with no alignment and grouting requirement in the field makes it a unique pump design. They are available in different frame size to match up HP requirements up to 30HP.

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End Suction, Frame Mounted, Integrated VFD, LFE, (PC21) End Suction, Frame Mounted, Integrated VFD, LFE (PC21) – Grundfos Type LFE is a Frame mounted, single stage, end suction centrifugal pump with integrated motor, drive, and control. The Grundfos frame mounted pumps with their heavy frames, shafts and ball bearings are ideal for reliable heavy duty service. They are available in different frame size to match up HP requirements up to 30HP.

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In Line, Split Coupled, Integrated VFD, VLSE, (PC28) In Line, Split Coupled, Integrated VFD, VLSE (PC28) - Grundfos type VLSE is a Vertical in-line pump, single stage centrifugal pump with integrated motor, drive, and control. The Grundfos in-line pump with its axially split coupling are capable of withstanding all torsional, radial, and axial loads. They are available up to 30HP.

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In Line, Split Coupled, Integrated VFD, VLSE, (PC28) In Line, Close-coupled, VLC, (PC26) - Grundfos type VLC Vertical In-Line Pumps with Grundfos CUE drive are available in a wide selection of metallurgical and mechanical options to meet specific pumping requirements.

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 VLSC In Line, Split Coupled, CUE Drive VLSC (PC27) - Grundfos type VLSC is a Vertical in-line pump, single stage centrifugal pump with Grundfos CUE drive. The Grundfos in-line pump with its axially split coupling are capable of withstanding all torsional, radial, and axial loads.

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