This manufacturer's first electric glycol pump is on the market. It is announced as "the first of its kind to use a patented hydraulically balanced diaphragm to pump particles in suspension, leaving less maintenance for the customer."
The positive displacement diaphragm design keeps process fluid separate from internal mechanisms. Models circulate glycol in natural gas dehydration systems. They are also applicable for desulphurization and chemical injection. They operate in conjunction with a properly sized electric motor - either directly connected or belt-driven.
These pumps require no gas to operate and have no emissions to the environment - meaning no costly fines. Compact design and double-ended shaft provide a variety of installation options.
New electric glycol pumps perform at 1.5 to 8.3-gpm, 0 to 1,500 psi, and at up to 250°F./121.1°C. Complete information is yours free for the asking.
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