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Pump hazardous media at flowrates up to 1,200 m3/h

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

CP Pumpen

This company has launched a new pump size in its established MKP product range. With this new pump size, it is now possible to transfer hazardous media at higher flowrates using the efficient, rugged and safe magnetic drive pumps. The MKP 300-250-315 sealless magnetic drive pump (photo) provides flowrates up to 1,200 m3/h with differential heads of up to 50 m. These sealless pumps are suitable for hazardous and aggressive media since they are completely leak-free. — CP Pumpen AG, Zofingen, Switzerland

www.cp-pumps.com

 

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