I D
× COMMENTARYCOVER STORYIN THE NEWSCHEMENTATOR + Show More BUSINESS NEWSTECHNICAL & PRACTICALFEATURE REPORTFACTS AT YOUR FINGERTIPSTECHNOLOGY PROFILESOLIDS PROCESSINGENGINEERING PRACTICEENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEREQUIPMENT & SERVICESFOCUS
Focus on Valves
    A new motorized control valve for the semiconductor…
NEW PRODUCTS + Show More

Comment

These metering pumps feature a very large turndown ratio

By Chemical Engineering |

pump

Blue-White Industries

The Flexflow A1F peristaltic metering pump (photo) is designed for metering off-gassing chemicals, such as sodium hypochlorite and peracetic acid. The pump offers a smooth chemical feed without risk that it will overheat or lose its prime. Furthermore, the pumps do not require continuous maintenance and do not include any check valves that could potentially clog. A large turndown ratio (1,000:1) allows users to standardize on one pump for all chemical-feed applications. Feedrates up to 5.6 gal/h (21.19 L/h) and pressures up to 100 psi (6.89 bars) are achievable. Other features include a sealed weatherproof enclosure, a patented tube-failure-detection functionality, mounting brackets and a self-adjusting power supply. — Blue-White Industries, Huntington Beach, Calif.

www.blue-white.com

 

Related Content

ABB

The Big 6 flowmeter technologies: Where to use them and why

WHITE PAPER — The Big 6 flowmeter technologies: Where to use them and why Flow is one of the most frequently measured process variables throughout industry, and one where the choice in measurement technology is critical. In fact, no single flowmeter…

Chemical Engineering publishes FREE eletters that bring our original content to our readers in an easily accessible email format about once a week.
Subscribe Now
Fluidized bed drying and cooling for temperature-sensitive polymers and plastics
CoriolisMaster: The SmartSensor solution
The Big 6 flowmeter technologies: Where to use them and why
Hydrofluoric acid alkylation (HFU) unit optimization
Looking for ways to step up your petrochemical and polymer production?

View More