Wednesday, September 29, 2010
The new ARO 65:1 ratio pump offering is the answer when mastics, inks, sealants, adhesives and other heavy materials are in demand. The newly designed line of Extrusion Ram/Pump Packages include single-post and two-post extrusion pump rams and complete ram /pump packages for 5-gallon containers. Featuring superior down-force in a compact footprint, the new ARO ram/pump packages are especially suited to high-viscosity material applications including inks, caulks, mastics, lubricants and more in market segments such as Automotive, Automotive Tier suppliers, Printing, Packaging and more.
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High-Pressure Piston Pumps work with heavy materials
Monday, September 20, 2010
Wilden's King Cobra pumps meet the needs of chemical handling because they feature a simple, seal-free design that is dry-run capable and eliminates any potential leak points. This allows them to handle a wide variety of fluids, from those that are abrasive and aggressive to others that are sheer-sensitive, viscous or particle-laden. King Cobra pumps also have excellent volumetric capacity, making them well-suited to the dosing applications that are quite common in chemical transfer.To read the full article please click on this link:
Peristaltic Pumps Are Well-Suited To The Needs Of Chemical Transfer
Thursday, September 16, 2010
ADI's ATEX motors are rated for Zone I, EEXd IIC T4 IP65, 115/230V, 50/60HZ with 60 deg ambient temperatures. The pumps are also CE Approved and ready for shipment within 1-2 days!
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NEW ATEX Certified Diaphragm Pumps From Air Dimensions
Friday, September 10, 2010
The first two skids will be completed in early 2011. The Iraqi Ministry of Electricity has ordered an additional five and has options to purchase three more.
Colfax's Allweiler Business Awarded Euro 5 Million Fuel Injection Skid Order for Iraqi Power Plants
Berlin Technologies is the exclusive representative of Allweiler in Israel
Friday, September 3, 2010
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Hydraulic Institute seeks reviewers for updated pump standard