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New models of metal-sealed internal-gear pumps

By Chemical Engineering |

EnviroGear Pumps

EnviroGear Pumps

This company’s G Series of metal-sealed internal-gear pumps has been expanded to include models in three new sizes (photo): 3, 4 and 6-in. The new models are available in cast iron, carbon steel and stainless steel, and can deliver flowrates up to 500 gpm. The pumps are offered with both packing and mechanical seal options. The pump casing can be easily rotated for multiple liquid porting positions, making these pumps very simple to install into existing internal-gear pump applications, says the manufacturer. G Series pumps also have an enlarged bearing housing at the backside of the pump that allows for convenient drive-end access to the shaft seal and single-point end-clearance adjustment. Providing a positive, non-pulsating flow, G Series pumps can operate equally in both directions. — EnviroGear Pumps, Grand Terrace, Calif.

www.envirogearpump.com

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