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Two new sizes of mag-drive centrifugal pumps

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Tapflo

Tapflo

This company’s centrifugal magnetic-drive pump range is now being supplemented with two new sizes — CTM40 and CTM50 (photo, p. 37). The new pumps offer a wide spectrum of application with heads going up to 21 m and flowrates up to 29 m 3 /h. All CTM pumps are available with BSP thread, flange or hose connections. The pumps can be used for chemically corrosive and toxic liquids, as well as for clean and thin liquids, such as pure chemicals, acids and alkalis, because the wetted components are non-metallic, injection-molded thermoplastics that offer excellent corrosion resistance. — Tapflo AB, Kungälv, Sweden

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