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Dispensing System transfers multiple liquids simultaneously.

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Designed for spill-free, environmentally safe transfer of virtually any chemical or liquid, GT Multi-Pump Dispensing System allows simultaneous multiple-liquid transfer stations of GoatThroat pumps to operate from single shop line with 2-4 psi. Since pumps pose no sparking hazard, they are suited to environments where electric pumps cannot be used but multiple liquids are needed. Pumps meet RoHS and US FDA food safe requirements.



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Multiple Drum Dispensing Made Easy



NEW YORK, NY (October 29, 2008) -- Westcott Distribution Inc.

The latest pumping solution for spill-free, environmentally safe transfer of virtually any chemical or liquid, the new GT Multi-pump Dispensing System has a 10 year life expectancy. Designed to expand capability and streamline operations where multiple liquids are needed, the system allows simultaneous multiple liquid transfer stations of GoatThroat Pumps to operate from a single shop line with only 2 - 4 psi. Since the pumps pose no sparking hazard, they are perfectly suited to environments where electric pumps cannot be used but multiple liquids are needed. The system provides a cost effective alternative to standard drum pumps. Made in America, the pumps meet RoHS and US FDA food safe requirements.

About GoatThroat Pumps

Westcott Distribution Inc is a worldwide leader in environmentally preferable liquid transfer solutions and the manufacturer of GoatThroat Pumps. GoatThroat(TM) thermoplastic pumps are designed to fit containers and drums from 5 to 55-gallons and are available in four models, have a cost-effective life expectancy of 10 to 15 years, and provide for spill-proof, safe transfer of over 800 fluids and solvents. Designed to drain containers dry, making them Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) empty, these food grade pumps also meet UN safety standards, helping customers meet compliance and environmental requirements.

For more information visit www.goatthroat.com.

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