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This stator system has reusable housing

By Chemical Engineering |

Netzsch Pumps North America

Netzsch Pumps North America

The new iFD-Stator 2.0 (photo) features a two-part, reusable stator housing and replaceable stator, and is compatible with all NEMO NM Series progressing cavity pumps. According to the manufacturer, the iFD Stator 2.0 delivers reduced pulsation and improved fluid flow compared to conventional stator design, as well as a considerable increase in efficiency due to reduced starting and running torque. There is no limitation of speed or pressure when measured against the standard stator, and the axial mobility of the elastomer leads to a prolonged service lifetime. Replacement of the stator costs less than with traditional stator designs and is more environmentally friendly because the housing can be reused. — Netzsch Pumps North America, LLC, Exton, Pa.

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