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New compact gear pumps fit into tight spaces

By Chemical Engineering |

Clark Solutions

Clark Solutions

The UP2 family of self-priming, compact electric gear pumps (photo) are available in 12- and 24-V d.c. versions and with flowrates up to 2.6 gal/min for water (52.9 gal/h for oil). The UP2 Series is designed for applications with an operating temperature range of –10 to 60°C. Self-priming to 1.5 m, UP2 gear pumps measure 3 in. × 5 in. × 4-3/8 in., enabling them to be placed in very tight enclosures. The Model UP2/Oil gear pumps feature bronze gear construction and are designed for the transfer of engine oils, fresh water or other non-corrosive viscous liquids. Model UP2/P gear pumps, featuring PTFE gears, are designed for transfer of fresh and salt water, as well as for diesel fuel. — Clark Solutions, Hudson, Mass.

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