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Hydraulically-operated pump Twin Screw series
normal priming2 screwsindustrial

hydraulically-operated pump
hydraulically-operated pump
hydraulically-operated pump
hydraulically-operated pump
hydraulically-operated pump
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Characteristics

Operation
hydraulically-operated
Priming
normal priming
Technology
2 screws
Domain
industrial, for the chemical industry, for the food and beverage industry, for the pharmaceutical industry
Other characteristics
large, bi-directional, EPDM
Applications
distribution, handling, process, service
Pressure

25.5 bar (369.846 psi)

Description

Pumps / Positive Displacement Pumps Universal Twin Screw Series pumps offer reliability, process flexibility, and smooth operation. Benefits • - Reliable performance - Screws made from Waukesha Alloy 88 non-galling material allow the pump to run through incidental contact and reduce risk of pump damage if screws make contact • - Gentle product handling - Pumps large particulates without degradation • - Responsive service - Extensive global distribution network with certified repair centers provide quick response times for parts and service • - Easy maintenance - Front loaded access to product side seals • - Process flexibility - Low inlet pressure requirement and a wide range of operating speeds allow for multiple duties including process and CIP supply. Bi-directional flow capability without making modifications to the pump. • - Smooth operation - Reduces slip pulse in low inlet pressure, low viscosity, and high pressure conditions • - Reduced noise levels - Operating principle virtually eliminates pressure fluctuations • - EHEDG (Type EL Class I) certification applies for UTS pump sizes 015 to 220 with EPDM, FKM or FFKM gaskets and SiC, TC or C mechanical seal material

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