New Convertible NLB Pump Offers 350 hp with Portability

New Convertible NLB Pump Offers 350 hp with Portability
The Model 350 is the latest in the popular NLB 225 Series of convertible pump units.

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A new high-pressure water jet pump unit from NLB Corp., the Model 350, combines an innovative new fluid end design with a rugged 350 hp (261 kW) diesel engine in a unit that can be easily towed to job sites. It is the latest model in the popular NLB 225 Series of convertible pump units.

The Model 350 is rated for a maximum operating pressure of 20,000 psi (1,680 bar) and can be quickly converted to operate at other pressures (8,000 psi, 10,000 psi, 15,000 psi) with a simple conversion kit. Flows range from 26 gpm to 63 gpm (98 lpm to 238 lpm). The rugged, trailer-mounted unit minimizes its overall footprint with internal gearing that eliminates large pulleys and belts.

The Model 350 is one of many NLB pump units that can be ordered in an UltraGreen configuration, assuring compliance with the latest Tier 4F emission requirements for diesel engines from the Environmental Protection Agency while significantly reducing operating costs.

With the introduction of the Model 350, NLB’s range of convertible water jet pump units now includes 30 models, more than any water jet pump manufacturer.

About NLB Corp.
NLB Corp., a global leader in high-pressure and ultra-high pressure water jet systems, manufactures a full line of quality water jetting pump units and accessories for contractor and industrial uses. Applications include tube and pipe cleaning, product removal, surface preparation, tank cleaning, tube bundle cleaning, pavement marking and rubber removal, concrete hydrodemolition, concrete and pipe cutting, drill pipe cleaning, and more. For more information, visit


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