Higher Pressure pumps

Published:  09 July, 2014

WANNER INTERNATIONAL reports that in response to customer requests and following extensive testing, Hydra-Cell G35 high pressure, diaphragm pumps are now rated to 100 bar pressure. Conventionally the G35 has been rated with a maximum pressure of 83 bar and a maximum flow rate of 140 litres per minute.

The new version, is now rated with a maximum pressure of 100 bar at a maximum flow of 67 lpm, which, the company says, should open up new applications for this popular and economical Hydra-Cell model.

Wanner says this very versatile, workhorse of a pump is available with a wide variety of liquid head materials, including brass, cast iron, duplex 2205, super duplex 2207, nickel alloy (Hastelloy) and 316L stainless and variety of flange types is available on request.

t:01252 816847

e:NHerrington@wannerint.com

w: www.hydra-cell.eu

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