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A new addition to this line of submersible sump pumps

By Chemical Engineering |

BJM Pumps

BJM Pumps

This company has expanded its JX Series line of submersible pumps, to include the new JX150CSS and JX220CSS (photo). The newest models are designed for applications where caustic or acidic fluids are present, such as those in food, chemical or pharmaceutical processing. All metal parts exposed to pumped liquids are constructed of 316 stainless steel. Other features include: double mechanical seal design, with separate lip seal to protect the motor, and all elastomers, including mechanical seals, are fluoroelastomers (FKM). The JX150CSS has a power of 20 hp with capacity up to 730 gal/min and a 151-ft head, and the JX220CSS has a power of 30 hp handling up to 760 gal/min and 186-ft head. — BJM Pumps, Old Saybrook, Conn.

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