1 | vacuum/compressor pumps
KNF’s N 630 diaphragm vacuum/compressor pump series delivers high pressure and gas tightness with a durable, long-life design. Four versions are available — either one- or two-headed and connected in series or parallel, as a vacuum pump, or as a compressor — for use in industrial coolant systems, gas recycling, gas and emissions measurement/analysis, and leak detection. All models come with EPDM or chemically resistant PTFE-coated diaphragms and are equipped with IP55-rated motors designed to be operated via a variable frequency drive.
2 | centrifugal pump
Flowrox’s CF-V centrifugal pump with a vertical cantilever design is suitable for mining, minerals processing and other operations. The pump runs continuously in heavy-duty conditions. Wear-resistant components are fit for abrasive, corrosive slurries. The pump handles flow rates through 1,135 m3/h. A single CF-V pump can reach heads up to 50 meters and cantilevered depth to 3.6 meters with suctions extension pipe. Wet parts are either elastomer or hi-chrome and designed for ease of maintenance to minimize downtime. It can be enhanced with IIoT features.
3 | peristaltic pump with EtherNet/IP
Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group’s 530, 630 and 730 peristaltic pumps are available with EtherNet/IP control to provide pump users with access to fast, accurate performance data and seamless connectivity to modern PLC control systems. The protocol offers benefits such as enhanced process control, lower running costs and minimized downtime. The pumps also include a direct interface to third-party pressure and flow sensors, which provides network access to sensor data. Operators can also set local limits on pump operation.
4 | inline centrifugal pump
Sundyne enhanced the LMV 803Lr high-flow pump designed to deliver ultra-low NPSHr performance. The API-compliant pump is a direct-drive, heavy-duty vertical inline centrifugal pump used in the oil and gas industry. The design features Sundyne’s inducer technology and backswept impeller, which allows the pump to reach NPSHr performance without the risk of cavitation. Updates include an enhanced throat bushing to improve seal performance and an expanded hydraulic package. Its small footprint reduces maintenance costs.