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Pumps meet the pressures of centralised cleaning

06 July 2009

Controllability and reducing energy costs are important objectives in many pumping applications, as is the need for pumps to be able to run dry. Hydra-Cell seal-less pumps, available through Michael Smith Engineers, have been used to good effect in this type of application, resulting in significant savings for users.

Sealless pumps meet the pressures of centralised cleaning
Sealless pumps meet the pressures of centralised cleaning

Hydra-Cell G25 pumps can operate between 0 -1000% of full speed, ensuring that the required pressure can be maintained at very low flows. The G25 pumps are supplied with a ‘Unigy’ drive, allowing the pump speed to be increased or decreased according to the demand, whilst maintaining optimum pressure. Resulting in less energy being required for the pump motors.

Also, as the feed tanks occasionally run dry the ability for Hydra-Cell seal-less pumps to operate safely without flow, eliminates other maintenance issues.

The Hydra-Cell pump range covers a wide range of flow rates from 0.4 lit/min up to 128 lit/min and pressures up to 172 bar, providing repeatable and accurate output. They can handle dirty liquids and liquids with particulates and because they are sealless by design, leak-free, self priming and can be run dry, they are ideal for cleaning applications.

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