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Petroleum pumps. Petroleum pumps – Reason for development Developed to place MP Pumps and its distribution network as major players in the petroleum market.

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1 Petroleum pumps

2 Petroleum pumps – Reason for development Developed to place MP Pumps and its distribution network as major players in the petroleum market Bulk transfer and process pumps for fossil and biofuels Rapidly expanding market Provides an alternative to the cost of a one pump for all petroleum applications

3 Petroleum pumps – Important characteristics in consideration for development Flammability – The ease with which a substance will ignite, causing fire or combustion Vaporization – Transition of a given substance from a liquid to a vapor Vapor Pressure – Pressure at which a liquid will vaporize for a given temperature

4 Petroleum pumps – Important characteristics cont Flash point – lowest temperature at which a flammable liquid will form an ignitable mixture in air. The higher the flash point temperature is the lower the flammability rating will be.

5 Petroleum pumps – Series development explanation Flammability rating National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) flammability rating of fluids Rating system of 0 – 4 to assign flammability risk (higher the number, increased flammability) Motor enclosure requirement meets flammability rating Component materials Housings Wear plates Clamps Impellers Gaskets Mechanical seal compatibility

6 Petroleum pumps – Types and specifications Three series of pumps PO & SO series – Biodiesel, Fuel oil, Diesel PG & SG series – Gasoline, Avgas, Kerosene, Jet A/8 PE & SE series – Ethanol, E-85 Major difference Materials of construction Mechanical seal composition Motor rating Two different types of pumps Self priming - transfer End suction centrifugal - process

7 Petroleum pumps – Series and specifications PO/SOPG/SGPE/SE VoluteCast IronDuctile Iron ImpellerCast Iron Wear Plate Self-priming SteelAluminumSteel Mechanical Seal Carbon/NiResist/ Viton Carbon/Silicon Carbide/Viton Shaft SleeveStainless Steel FastenersStainless Steel Shaft ClampSteelLead free Brass MotorTEFC / EngineXP (Cl I. Gr. D)

8 Petroleum pumps – Self priming pumps PO, PG, PE Series (self priming) Close coupled to electric motors (8, 10, 15, 30) PE and PG Series have explosion proof motors (Class I, Group D) Pedestal mounted PumPak® (no motor) FNPT threaded connections Flows up to 710 gpm and heads up to 232 feet Fluid temperature range starting at -20°F

9 SO, SG, SE Series (end suction centrifugal pump) Close coupled to electric motors SG and SE versions are explosion proof motors (Class I, Group D) Pedestal Mounted PumPak® (no motor) Enclosed impellers 150# flat flanges Flows up to 900 gpm and heads up to180 feet Aimed at process applications Fluid temperature range starting at -20°F Petroleum pumps – End suction centrifugal pumps

10 Petroleum pumps – Compatibility labels Compatibility label for PO/SO units. Compatibility label for PG/SG units. Compatibility label for PE/SE units

11 Petroleum pumps – Design improvements O-ring seal for discharge flange O-ring seal between the housing and adapter Fill port for priming chamber Bosses drilled and tapped for wear plate

12 Petroleum pumps – Performance Curve 5 3

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14 Petroleum pumps – Markets served Targeted at bulk transfer and process markets Agriculture Fuel transport Aviation Military Other petroleum applications

15 Petroleum pumps – Market applications Airports Bulk transfer of jet fuel Loading of refueling trucks Farms Bulk transfer of diesel fuel Loading of mobile fuel tanks Refueling of farm equipment Military Bulk transfer of fuel Loading of mobile refueling equipment

16 Petroleum pumps – Market applications Fuel Transport Bulk transfer of fuels Loading and unloading stations Transport trailers Other bulk fuel applications Locomotive refueling Railcar loading/unloading Barge loading/unloading

17 Petroleum pumps – Competitive Advantages Extensive R & D to ensure proper materials Ductile iron Silicon carbide Optimal motor enclosure Design features O - rings Fill ports Close coupled with drives to 20 HP Space savings Versatility of our PumPak® option Price advantage Economical alternative for todays petroleum market place Strong technical support Made in the USA

18 MP Pumps Webinar Series Continues Coming in April 2012 will be our third webinar devoted to the products and general capabilities of MP Pumps and the navigation of our new MP Pumps website Please check out all of our MP Pump product lines under the Products tab at

19 70 years and still pumping


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