Pump range extended

Published:  26 February, 2015

The Finish Thompson ULTRAChem Series of ETFE lined centrifugal pumps has recently been extended with two new models which increase the maximum flow rates up to 160 m3 /hr and maximum differential heads to 67 metres.

Engineered for extreme reliability ULTRAChem magnetic drive, sealless pumps are said to be ideal for pumping hazardous, hard-to-handle chemicals in chemical processing, water treatment and other similar challenging applications.

Available from MICHAEL SMITH ENGINEERS, these leak-free, magnetically driven pumps combine a tough ductile iron casing with a Tefzel (ETFE) lining to ensure outstanding corrosion resistance. The company says the benefits of using sealless, mag-drive pumps in extreme pumping applications are well documented and these new ULTRAChem models are no exception. They feature powerful neodymium magnets which drive the impeller through a carbon-filled PTFE lined barrier for dependable, leak-free operation with no environmental emissions, no double mechanical seal costs and no seal-support systems.

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