Press Release Summary:
- Designed for boosting productivity and cutting chemical wastage through linear and repeatable metering
- Suitable for mobile battery-powered and remote static applications such as agriculture seed coating and crop irrigation and on-truck pumping operations
- Powered by 12-24V DC power supply and is capable of running on batteries that can be recharged via solar cells or split charge relays
Original Press Release:
Qdos Metering Pump with 12-24V DC Power Supply Set to Boost Mobile Applications
Building on its highly successful Qdos series of chemical metering pumps, Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG) is introducing a version for mobile and remote applications that can be powered by a 12-24V DC power supply. The latest Qdos pump will aid any user requiring a precise, closely-controlled metering pump where mains power is not readily available or practical to use.
Qdos pumps boost productivity and cut chemical wastage via more accurate, linear and repeatable metering than conventional solenoid or stepper-driven diaphragm metering pumps. As a result, Qdos users can reduce chemical costs even when metering difficult fluids, or when pressure, viscosity and solids content vary. This capability combines with peristaltic technology to ensure precise, continuous, smooth flow for optimal fluid mixing.
Suitable for both remote static and mobile battery-powered applications, typical uses of the new 12-24V DC version include agricultural seed coating and crop irrigation, remote water treatment/sampling, potable water refining and on-truck pumping operations, to list just a few.
For very remote applications, the pump is able to run from batteries that can be recharged via solar cells, other renewable energy sources or split charge relays. The product is reliable, self-contained and does not require any additional components.
Ultimately, with the addition of this new variant into the existing WMFTG range, Qdos is now the first choice when it comes to accurate chemical metering in applications and locations where there is no practical access to grid electricity. www.wmftg.com