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Metallic gear pumps with very few parts

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Pulsafeeder Engineered Products

Pulsafeeder Engineered Products

The Eclipse Series of metallic gear (photo) pumps features 12 different models to handle a wide variety of chemicals, connection sizes and flow ranges for water treatment and chemical processing applications. Equipped with a patented front pull-out design that simplifies routine maintenance, the Eclipse series features the fewest number of parts compared to any other external gear pump on the market, says the manufacturer. Two different types of metallic gearing — Alloy C and 316LSS — are available for addressing higher temperatures (up to 450F) and wider viscosity ranges for process chemicals. Each member of the Eclipse Series is magnetically driven, with no seals to wear or replace, providing reliable handling of highly corrosive fluids in a wide range of temperatures. — Pulsafeeder Engineered Products, Rochester, N.Y.

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