The Atlas Copco LTP 3 Submersible Pump | Duke Company

The Atlas Copco LTP 3 Submersible Pump | Duke Company

 

 

 

Consider The Duke Company your partner that can assist you with all your construction needs. Our highly rated customer service offer expert advice and welcome any questions or concerns you may have regarding your project and equipment rental questions. Furthermore, we offer the best values and fast delivery. For exceptional customer service & the fastest delivery in Upstate New York, call us for a prompt rental quote.

 

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Or call the  Duke Company at:

585-292-9870  (Rochester NY)

607-347-4455  (Ithaca NY)

(585) 335-5970 (Dansville NY)

 

We recently received a question via our quick quote portal regarding the Atlas Copco LTP 3 submersible pump rental. We were happy to accommodate his project needs. Call the Duke Company for all your construction equipment needs – including a wide variety of construction equipment rentals including the Genie GTH-844.


 

 

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Atlas Copco LTP 3 submersible pump

 

 

 

Hydraulics makes pumping safer with Atlas Copco

 

The Atlas Copco LTP 3 submersible pump  can handle extreme contamination; mud and slurries containing particles of up to 2 ½  inches in diameter.

Hydraulic pumps offer a greater degree of reliability. The Atlas Copco LTP 3 submersible pumps are used in a wide range of applications. They are great at continuous pumping of clean or contaminated water; as well as flooded excavations and cellars.

The pumps are driven by a built-in hydraulic motor, designed with a special drive shaft, seal and bearings. They are cooled and lubricated by the hydraulic oil and can be left to run dry without damage. Hydraulic pump performance is impressive relative to their size and weight. They provide heads of 82 – 105 ft and outputs of 222 – 507 gal/min.

It’s an ideal all-round pump for municipalities, rescue services , water and waste utilities. Other uses include general construction and road services/maintenance work.

  • Spark proof: A spark proof motor is an important safety measure when pumping contaminated fluids.
  • Where to use: Use the LTP 3 on building sites, in flooded excavations, cellars and in wells.
  • Easy handling: The LTP3 is equipped with a ten metre discharge hose and quick-release couplings.

 

Features & benefits

  • Spark proof motor
  • Can run dry
  • Including 10 m discharge hose with quick coupling

 

Applications

Pumping of clean or contaminated water and slurry:

  • On building sites
  • In flooded excavation
  • In cellars
  • In wells

Specifications:

Weight (rounded) lb 29
Width in 12
Oil flow gpm 8
Working pressure psi 2031
Max pressure psi 2,320
Pump head max ft 105
Pump flow max gpm 507
Discharge in 3
Solids handling up to: in 2 1/2
EHTMA class C D
Part number 1806 1014 35

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Regarding rental equipment:

*Please note, subject to equipment availability and seasonal demands, specific makes and models of rental equipment may not be available for rent or sale.  The Duke Company will make every attempt to equip you with the right rental equipment and tools that will enable you to accomplish your project goals.  Please contact the Duke Company in Rochester at (585) 292-9870, Ithaca at (607) 347-4455 or (585) 335-5970 (Dansville NY) to check for the latest availability.


The Duke Company can assist you with your construction needs. We offer expert advice from our highly rated customer service. Furthermore, we offer the best values and fast delivery.

 

DUKE COMPANY - CONTACT US

Or call the  Duke Company at:

585-292-9870  (Rochester NY)

607-347-4455  (Ithaca NY)

(585) 335-5970 (Dansville NY)


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