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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 10-to-1 turndown by micrometer dial. A variable speed option allows for automated flow control. Liquid ends are available in PVC, Kynar and 316 stainless steel. — Neptune Chemical Pump Co., Lansdale, Pa. http://www.neptune1.com Magg Pump Systems This discharge pump ensures continuous flow of highly viscous fluids The Cinox-V/Therminox-V stainless steel discharge pump (photo) is ideal for all plant operators with difficult applications at low inlet pressures (vacuum) and high levels of viscosity (up to 4 million mPas), such as resins, fats, silicones, sucrose esters and pre-polymers. It can be used at temperatures up to 350°C. The inlet geometry guarantees even filling of the gears at low pressure, ensuring continuous flow. Heated or unheated housings are available. A packing gland can be used, throttled…
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