Impeller features bolted construction.

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Maxflo W, designed for gas/solid mixing, utilizes hydrofoil technology for maximum pumping action with minimum energy loss. Bolted blades facilitate disassembly during routine maintenance. Construction materials include carbon steel, stainless steel, and assortment of high-strength alloys. Various coatings are available for maximum protection in harsh service environments.



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Maxflo W Impeller from Chemineer Feature Bolted Construction for Easier Maintenance



Dayton, Ohio, USA, April 29, 2002 - Chemineer, Inc., a unit of Robbins & Myers, Inc., has released its latest impeller design, the Maxflo W. Ideal for gas/solid mixing applications, the new impeller features advanced hydrofoil technology for maximum pumping action with minimum energy loss. As an added benefit, the Maxflo W's bolted blades facilitate easy disassembly during routine maintenance.

Application flexibility is enhanced with an extended variety of materials of construction including carbon steel, stainless steel and an assortment of high-strength alloys. Chemineer also offers a series of impeller coatings for maximum protection in harsh service environments.

Chemineer, Inc. is dedicated exclusively to mixing technology and the manufacture of quality equipment for fluid agitation applications. Chemineer has operations in Dayton, OH; North Andover, MA; Derby, England; Mexico, D.F.; Singapore; Shanghai, China and Taipei, Taiwan.

Reader service inquiries should be forwarded to Sandy Buckner, Chemineer, Inc., P.O. Box 1123, Dayton, Ohio 45401-1123. Telephone: 937-454-3200. Fax: 937-454-3379. E-mail: reachus@chemineer.com. Web: www.chemineer.com.

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