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Peristaltic pump 730 series
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Characteristics

Fluid
wastewater, for chemicals
Operation
electric
Technology
peristaltic
Domain
industrial, chemical, for the food and beverage industry, for the mining industry, for the petrochemical industry
Applications
process
Mobility
stationary, mobile
Voltage
240V
Protection level
IP66
Other characteristics
standard, OEM, digital, cased
Flow

Max.: 3,300 l/h (871.76777 us gal/h)

Min.: 0.12 l/h (0.0317 us gal/h)

Weight

Max.: 31.5 kg (69.45 lb)

Min.: 18.5 kg (40.79 lb)

Pressure

30 psi

Power

1 ch (1 hp)

Fluid temperature

Max.: 40 °C (104 °F)

Min.: 5 °C (41 °F)

Description

peristaltic process pumps fitted with continuous tubing or tube element pumpheads. 730 series process pumps offer four drive options, color display and intuitive menu structures that provide visual status indication and minimal key presses. Pumphead options available as standard (others available on request): 720R single pumphead for continuous tubing 720RE single pumphead for tube elements 720RX and 720REX extension twin pumpheads Features and benefits Color display and intuitive menu structures provide visual status indication and minimal key presses Keypad incorporates 3-level security PIN lock IP66 (NEMA 4X) cased pumps Remote Analogue/Digital, RS485, PROFIBUS®, PROFINET®, SCADA and EtherNet/IP™ control options

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