Metal Pump is powered by natural gas.

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Designed for oil and gas industries, ½ in. Original(TM) Series Pro-Flo X(TM) metal pump offers lube-free operation as well as aluminum and stainless steel wetted path options. It is CSA-certified for use in applications where compressed natural gas is energy source and driving force of pump. Pro-Flo X(TM) Air Distribution and Efficiency Management Systems let user select balance between flow and efficiency. Max flow reate is 16.6 gpm and max pressure is 100 psig.



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Introduction of the 13 mm (1/2") Pro-Flo X(TM) Metal Natural Gas Powered Pump



Wilden is pleased to announce the availability of the new 13 mm (1/2") Original(TM) Series gas powered Pro-Flo X(TM) metal pump. Designed for oil and gas industries, this new pump has been tested and certified by CSA International to be used in applications where compressed natural gas is the energy source and the driving force of the pump.

Included with this new product is the innovative Pro-Flo X(TM) air distribution system (ADS) with the Efficiency Management System (EMS). The patent pending EMS(TM) optimizes the new Pro-Flo X(TM) ADS to specific operating parameters. As with other Pro-Flo X(TM) models, the EMS allows the user to select an optimal balance between flow and efficiency.

The new PX1 natural gas powered pump is constructed of approved materials and includes a grounding cable. The new PX1 natural gas powered pump will include a blue serial number tag for easy identification in the field. The pump also includes a caution sticker that details specific safety information and CSA certification logos.

Features & Benefits:
CSA Certified
ATEX Approved models available
Patent pending Pro-Flo X(TM) ADS
Lube-free operation
Statically dissipative elastomer options
Includes grounding cable
Wetted path options: aluminum and stainless steel
Elastomer options: Buna-N, ESD Buna-N
13 mm (1/2") NPT liquid connections
Max. flow rate is 62.8 lpm (16.6 gpm)
Max. gas pressure is 6.9 bar (100 psig)
Max. discharge pressure is 6.9 bar (100 psig)

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