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High-pressure rotary gear pumps feature no-gasket design

By Chemical Engineering |

Clark Solutions

Clark Solutions

The 700 Series Rotary Gear Pumps (photo) are designed to provide quiet and efficient service at pressures up to 2,000 psi and flowrates up to 5.0 gal/min. Featuring a gasket-free design, these pumps transfer media at temperatures up to 250°F and, with optional modifications, to 500°F. Available in cast and ductile iron, all 700 Series models can be ordered with foot or flange mounting. The gears, shafts, and housing faces are machined to extremely tight tolerances, allowing them to provide better lift, reduced slippage and longer service life. Replaceable anti-friction needle-roller bearings minimize friction and provide higher load ratings for medium- to high-pressure service. An innovative lip seal provides an ample safeguard against liquid leakage and the entrance of air. — Clark Solutions, Hudson, Mass.

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