diaphragm pump / water / for wastewater / for chemicals
PX20P-FXS-XXX

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Characteristics

  • Media:

    water, for wastewater, for chemicals

  • Operation:

    air-driven

  • Priming:

    self-priming

  • Type:

    diaphragm

  • Domain:

    for the chemical industry, for the petrochemical industry, for wastewater treatment, for the food industry, for the pharmaceutical industry, for the paper industry, for the cosmetics industry, for the printing industry

  • Other characteristics:

    single-stage, compact, high-efficiency, high-performance, chemical-resistant, for high-viscosity fluids, abrasion-resistant, transfer, handling, for low-viscosity fluids, standard, corrosion-resistant, PVDF, polypropylene, non-metal, filling, plastic, recirculation, explosion-proof, high-reliability, ATEX

  • Flow:

    Min.: 0 l/min (0 us gal/min)

    Max.: 697 l/min (184.1279 us gal/min)

  • Pressure:

    Min.: 1 bar (14.504 psi)

    Max.: 8 bar (116.03 psi)

Description

2” non-metallic diaphragm pump
The ARO nonmetallic 2” PD20P-XXS-XXX compact pump is a favorite of OEMs everywhere around the world. It is designed to be fully corrosion resistant. It has a polypropylene body, stainless steel fasteners and polypropylene, groundable acetal or PVDF casing materials.

It features a Simul-Shift valve technology that allows very reliable and ultra-positive signal. The unique ARO unbalanced valve integrated in this pump allows no stalls in operations. The outlet manifold is adjusted to your exact needs and it comes in three versions: center, dual inlet and end.

Accessories
66312 Air Line Connection Kit: contains Piggyback Filter / Regulator, pipe nipple & 5 section of hose
67237 Diaphragm Failure Detection Kit
67350 Cycle Counter Kit
67323 Continuous-Duty Muffler
67341-E20N Flange Connection Kit
637369 Air Section Service Kit
637373-XX Fluid Section Service Kit

Pump Casing Materials
PVDF (Kynar)
Polypropylene

Diaphragm Materials
Nitrile
Santoprene
Medical Grade Santoprene
PTFE (PTFE) w/ Santoprene backer
Viton
Hytrel