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New models added to this series of seal pumps

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Viking Pump

Viking Pump

This company has added four new sizes to its existing series of universal-seal pumps (photo), bringing the offering to a total of 16 different sizes, with available flows up to 364 m3/h. This includes the addition of a smaller-sized pump for flows of less than 2 m3/h. These heavy-duty, foot-mounted pumps are designed for a broad range of applications that require continuous operation at pressures up to 200 psi. As a whole, the models in this series can be applied to both viscous and non-viscous liquids, and are capable of operating under suction lift conditions. Seal options include packing, single component seals, cartridge lip seals and cartridge single- and double-mechanical seals. Various seal flush plans are also available. Different models are constructed of various materials, including cast iron, ductile iron, carbon steel or stainless steel with optional coatings and treatments to satisfy specific application needs. — Viking Pump Inc., Cedar Falls, Iowa

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