Press Release Summary:
Able to handle abrasive, corrosive, viscous, or crystallizing media and slurries with high solid content, LPP-T32 and LPP-T50 feature rolling design that eliminates friction, maximizes hose life, and lowers energy consumption. Roller is mounted on crankshaft, creating eccentric rotation during 360Â° operating cycle. Pumps are also equipped with in-line pipe connections, optional hose leak detection unit, and adjustment mechanism that senses hose wear when compression is readjusted.
Original Press Release:
New Pump Sizes LPP-T32 and LPP-T50 Launched
Larox Flowsys, the preferred supplier of cutting-edge flow control technology, announces the launch of its product range expansion with the Larox LPP-T32 and LPP-T50 peristaltic pumps. In addition to these new sizes a whole new pump model, LPP-M for accurate metering, was launched in June 2008.
"We have expanded our peristaltic pump product group with the sizes LPP-T32 and LPP-T50", says Matti Riihimaki from Larox Flowsys Pump Products. "Now it is easier for our customers to find the best solution for their process requirements among Larox peristaltic pumps. We can now offer peristaltic pumps with exceptional performance and reliability in all size ranges, from LPP-D15 up to LPP-T80".
The Larox LPP pumps incorporate a unique patented rolling design, which is the first real improvement in the industry for over 30 years. This advanced design eliminates friction, maximizes hose life time and lowers energy consumption. The roller is mounted on a crankshaft creating eccentric rotation during the 360 degree operating cycle. Compared to conventional peristaltic pumps, LPP pumps can double the flow per compression. This significant benefit cannot be overstated.
Highly robust and reliable, these pumps can handle abrasive, corrosive, viscous or crystallizing media and slurries with high solid content. Larox LPP peristaltic pumps are equipped with in-line pipe connections; an optional hose leak detection unit and a patented adjustment mechanism that senses hose wear when compression is readjusted. This helps to maximize hose life time and minimize the risk of over-compression. The compression adjustment is based on measuring the compression force making readjustment reliable and easy.