NH76 multistage centrifugal booster pump

Our H Series multi-stage high-pressure booster pumps come in a variety of stagings. The Noryl and 316ss pump line is made of the highest quality thermo-plastics available. We boast a modular design that encompasses the main assemblies of the pump end allowing field repair when necessary. We also offer bearings in different configurations to accommodate various thrust loads, and a mechanical seal selection which allows incoming pressure to range from 10psi to 800psi. We test every booster pump throughout the specific hydraulic range of its series along with vibration analysis to assure a long and trouble-free life. The NH76 generates pressures up to 600 psig and flows from 20 to 90 gpm.

Features and Benefits


Performance curves

H76C2 60Hz Performance Curve

H76C2 50Hz Performance Curve

H76C3 60Hz Performance Curve

H76C3 50Hz Performance Curve

H76C4 60Hz Performance Curve

H76C4 50Hz Performance Curve

Catalog Dimensions

NOTE: These Drawings are for Reference Only. Contact Factory for Certified Dimensional Drawings.

NH76 Catalog Dimensions

NH76K4F12 TO SS5512KA Comparison

NH76K4F12 TO SS5512KZB Comparison

NH76K4F24 TO SS8524KZE Comparison

NH76K3F25 TO SS5524KC Comparison

NH76T3F15 TO SS5516E Comparison

NH76T3F21 TO SS5522E Comparison

NH76T3F24 TO SS5524E Comparison

NH76T3F25 TO SS5524E Comparison

NH76T4F9 TO SS5512E Comparison

NH76T4F12 TO SS5516E Comparison

NH76T4F12 TO SS8512E Comparison

NH76T4F15 TO SS8516E Comparison

NH76T4F22 TO SS8522E Comparison

Exploded View and Part Lists

NH76C2-3 Exploded View

NH76C2-3 Parts List

NH76C4 Exploded View

NH76C4 Parts List

NH76K2-3 Exploded View

NH76K2-3 Parts List

NH76K4 Exploded View

NH76K4 Parts List

NH76T2-3 Exploded View

NH76T2-3 Parts List

NH76T4 Exploded View

NH76T4 Parts List


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