- Loading and unloading of live fish
- Corrosive seawater environments
Replace your Robuschi RVF27 with a Samson SVF27- easy and fast replacement.Read More
The main dimensions, footprint, flange connections, shaft diameter and height are 100% identical.
Typically used for:
Samson SVF27 pump, is characterized by a high-strength special impeller that will meet both the special conditions and the needs for applications providing both compression and vacuum. The SVF27 pump is equipped with a fully welded stainless steel rotor, stainless steel shafts and mechanical shaft seals as standard.Read More
Known for quality
Samson pumps have long been the most used pumps in vacuum systems on ocean-going fishing vessels and at harbor pump facilities. Used for more than 40 years within the fishing industry, these pumps became legendary due to their reliability and adoptability.
For more than 30 years Samson has been the supplier of liquid ring pumps for the fishing industry.
Our very first development for it was the Samson HSR rotor, which we designed to withstand the typical but very harsh impacts that occur from pressure operations. The result was a fully welded 100% AISI316 rotor.
Later we learned to improve the lifetime of the surrounding wetted parts, shell and flow plates by using new materials. For this reason, we produce almost all Ocean Master 1000 and 700 with shells in AISI 316 and flow plates in bronze.
Our latest development was to implement a non-corrosive liner composite in the bearing house to prevent corrosion and shortened lifetime.
|Bearing cover||Cast Iron||EN-GJL-250; EN 1561|
|Radial shaft seal||Rubber||Type NBR; DIN 3760A|
|Paper gasket||Paper||Oil resistant gasket|
|Bearing housing||Cast Iron||EN-GJL-250; EN 1561|
|Mechanical shaft seal||NBR / AISI 316/ Carbon|
|Pump Housing||Cast Iron||EN-GJL-250; EN 1561|
|Flow Plate option 1||Cast Iron||EN-GJL-250; EN 1561|
|Flow Plate option 2||Bronze||CC480K EN 1982|
|Shell option 1||Cast Iron||EN-GJL-250; EN 1561|
|Shell option 2||Stainless steel||AISI 316|
|Stay Bolt||Carbon steel||W.Nr.1.1181|
|Rotor||Stainless steel||High Strength Samson design|
The suction and discharge performances are calculated in normal cubic meters per hour corresponding to the displacement of water flow in and out of the holding tank. The performance is measured without pressure drop and this must be therefore calculated and added to the static pressure in both suction and discharge. For further information and examples, please refer to the pump manual.
Designed to control the vacuum level and to avoid cavitation in the pump.
Designed to automatically supply a small quantity of grease on a regular basis.
Assembly tool kit for Ocean Master SVF27 to help the operator in doing better, safer and faster service job.
A Ø50x110mm bearing for drive-end and one Ø40x110mm for the non-drive end of the pump.
Made in GC-CU Sn10 DIN 1705. Extend the lifetime of your liquid ring pump’s operation
Two mechanical shaft seals for both, drive-end and non-drive end of the pump.
A complete set of seals, O-rings and gaskets for Ocean Master SVF27.
The shell is used for pumps that operate with sea water service liquid, in order to extend the lifetime of the pump.
Below you can download the newest Ocean Master brochure.
The Ocean Master SVF27 manual can be downloaded below.
The 3D STP file of the SVF27 pump can be downloaded below.
“The introduction of the vacuum system is the biggest positive change that has taken place in the fishing industry in all the years I have been a fisherman,” says Roi Magnussen, chief engineer and co-owner of “H265 Asbjørn”, which is one of Denmark’s largest and most modern fishing vessels.
When “H265 Asbjørn” was built in 2008 – then under the name of “Gitte Henning” – it was Denmark’s largest fishing vessel. Since then even larger fishing vessels have appeared, but “Asbjørn” remains an impressive sight as it lies docked in Hirtshals. At 75.4 meters in length and 15.6 meters at its widest, the well-proportioned ship has a total capacity of 2600 cubic meters of fish, divided into 11 refrigerated tanks.
If you go down into the depths of the fishing vessel you will find four large vacuum pumps from Samson Pumps. A central part of the ship’s giant vacuum system, which is used for unloading the catch, and which plays a crucial role in the efficient operations of an ultra-modern fishing vessel such as “Asbjørn”.
“The introduction of the vacuum system is the biggest and most important change and improvement that has taken place in the fishing industry in all the years I have been a fisherman,” says Roi Magnussen, 49, who is chief engineer on “Asbjørn” and co-owner of the vessel.