Press Release Summary:
Featuring roller and shoe design, Vector Series 3005 is equipped with lubrication-filled cavity for constant lubrication and is capable of continuous duty pumping of harsh liquids up to 200 psi. Pumps handle fluids with viscosity up to 100,000 cps at temperatures up to 180Â°F, and can also handle solids up to 0.6 in. and fibers up to 4 in. in length. With heavy-duty roller bearings and complete isolation of pumped fluid, self-priming units can run dry without damage.
Original Press Release:
New Peristaltic Pump from Wanner Engineering Reliably Transfers Challenging Liquids at up to 200 PSI
Unique "roller and shoe" design provides significant benefits to user
MINNEAPOLIS, MN -Wanner Engineering introduces the Vector Series 3005 peristaltic pump. This low maintenance pump features a lubricant-filled cavity for constant lubrication, and is capable of continuous duty pumping of harsh liquids at up to 200 PSI. This pump also features a unique "roller and shoe" design that requires less starting torque and creates less abrasion than typical straight shoe designs. As a result they are easier on motor/drive systems while providing increased hose life.
This rugged industrial pump is available in a wide range of configurations and flows, and can handle fluids with viscosity up to 100,000 cps, at temperatures up to 180ºF (82ºC). They can also handle solids up to 0.6 inches (15mm) and fibers up to 4 inches (100 mm) in length. They are well suited for use in a number of industries, including water and wastewater treatment, chemical and petrochemical processing, pulp and paper, ceramics and mining, among others.
The Vector Series 3005 pump has no troublesome cups, packings or seals. The pump provides self-priming operation and can run dry without damage. Heavy duty roller bearings and complete isolation of pumped fluid promise long life and reliable operation.
For more information contact: Wanner Engineering Inc., 1204 Chestnut Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55403; Telephone: 612/332-5681; Fax: 612/332-6937; e-mail: email@example.com; or visit www.vectorpump.com.