Press Release Summary:
Featuring dry running capabilities, self-priming D/G/M03 Kel-Cell series utilizes DPC technology to control position of Buna-n or VitonÂ® diaphragm and provide diaphragm rupture protection under adverse inlet conditions. Industrial pumps can be close-coupled to NEMA 56c faced or metric motors as well as belt-driven. They provide max capacity of 3.0 gpm @ 1,750 rpm, max inlet pressure of 250 psi, and pressure variable to 1,200 psi.
Original Press Release:
Versatile Industrial Pumps now Available with Patented Diaphragm Position Control Technology
For enhanced pump performance, reliability and durability
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - D/G/M03 Kel-Cell series industrial pumps from Wanner Engineering now feature patented Diaphragm Position Control (DPC) technology as standard, with Buna-n and Viton® diaphragms. This technology allows Kel-Cell pumps to control the position of the diaphragm under a variety of adverse inlet conditions to provide an extremely high degree of diaphragm rupture protection. DPC technology is available on new D/G/M03 Kel-Cell pumps.
This technology eliminates the possibility of an incidental diaphragm failure caused by adverse system conditions that often result in excessive vacuum conditions on the pump inlet. Formerly, such adverse conditions were responsible for 80% of diaphragm failures.
These pumps provide maximum capacity of 3.0 gpm at 1750 rpm, maximum inlet pressure to 250 psi and pressure variable to 1200 psi. They can be close-coupled to a NEMA 56c faced or metric motors, or belt-driven, whichever best meets the unique needs of a given user. Additionally, these pumps are self-priming, can run dry without damage, and are ideal for pumping clean fluids as well as non-lubricating fluids, abrasive solutions, caustics, corrosives, high-temperature fluids, and other challenging liquids.
For more information contact: Hydra-Cell Industrial Pumps, Wanner Engineering Inc., 1204 Chestnut Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55403; Telephone: 612/332-5681; Fax: 612/332-6937; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit www.hydra-cell.com.