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This AODD pump has multiple mounting orientations

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Wilden Pump and Engineering

This company has extended its line of specialty air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pumps with the addition of the new V150 13-mm Velocity Series pump (photo). Featuring a unique detachable mounting foot, Velocity Series pumps can easily be reoriented into a vertical or horizontal position with multiple inlet and discharge port options. With this design, the pump can be installed in multiple orientations, a critical consideration for systems and skids. The Velocity Series is available in 13- and 6-mm sizes, and features a bore-seal design, which eliminates leaks that can result from torque decay. It also delivers improved dry-suction lift up to 4.3 m in the 6-mm size and 5.1 m in the 13-mm size. The Velocity Series pumps also incorporate a proven and simple air distribution system (ADS) with only two moving parts that reduces the risk of downtime for long-term reliability. — Wilden Pump and Engineering, part of PSG, a Dover company, Grand Terrace, Calif.

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