Archives :: Processing & Handling :: Liquid, Gas and Air Handling :: Pumps
March 1, 2011
Process plant operators continuously face the pressure of having to increase productivity by improving equipment reliability and plant availability, a goal seemingly at odds with the everyday realities of decreased operating budgets, rising energy costs and increasing operations costs. And, when it comes to energy consumption and maintenance costs, chemical process pumps are possibly the most notorious...
May 1, 2010
Neptune Chemical Pump This self-priming pump is available for water and wastewater processing The Series 7000 mechanically actuated, diaphragm metering pumps (photo) can handle viscosities in excess of 5,000 cP and can pump chemicals that tend to off-gas (such as sodium hypochlorite) without binding. All models provide suction lift to 20 ft. Maximum capacities range from 15 to 300 gal/h with adjustble...
June 1, 2009
A positive displacement alternative for syringe pumps Cheminert Models M6 and M50 liquid handling pumps (photo) are a new option for precision handling of liquids and gases, producing a bidirectional, pulseless flow with a range of over six orders of magnitude (10 nL/min to 10 mL/min for the M6 Pump; 50 µL/min to 50 mL/min for the M50 Pump). Said to be an excellent replacement for syringe pumps, the...
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