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Higher pressure ratings for these sealless pumps

By Chemical Engineering |

Wanner Engineering

Wanner Engineering

Previously rated at 1,000 psi maximum discharge pressure, Hydra-Cell D10 Series sealless pumps with metallic pump heads (photo) can now operate at pressures up to 1,500 psi. Used for a wide range of processing applications and in manufacturing plants, Hydra-Cell D10 models have a flow capacity of 4.26 gal/min with a motor speed of 790 rpm when performing at the higher pressure rating. Spring-loaded, horizontal-disk check valves and the sealless design enable model D10 pumps to handle viscous fluids and those containing abrasive particulate up to 500 μm in size. The D10 also features the patented Kel-Cell technology so that in the event of a closed or clogged inlet condition, the D10 will run dry indefinitely without damage to the pump. — Wanner Engineering, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn.

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