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Safe, Gas-Tight Transfer of Dangerous and/or Expensive Media

Gas tightness is an important factor when selecting a pump for transferring dangerous, rare, and/or expensive media. An extreme case is the handling of highly reactive media like pyrophoric gases, where one must be concerned not only with loss of the transferred gas, but also the intrusion of atmospheric air. This case study reviews one such case, including the issues encountered under actual operating conditions, and their solution.


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