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Pulsafeeder Announces The High Flow, High Pressure Pump PulsaPro 900

PulsaPro 900 (Pulsafeeder)

Pulsafeeder, Inc. announces the PulsaPro 900, a hydraulic
diaphragm process and metering pump specifically developed to target the robust needs of the oil and gas, chemical, and petrochemical markets. This pump was engineered with the strength to withstand a hurricane.

Designed to support higher flows and higher pressures, the PulsaPro 900 can handle flows up to 62,000 lph (16,380 gph), standard pressures to 300 bar (4350 psi) and future design capabilities to 1000 bar (15,000 psi). This pump is precise and accurate up to +/-0.5%. It can handle process temperatures from -73C (-100F) to 260C (500F) with standard viscosities to 3000 cps. Engineered or custom configurations are also available.

The PulsaPro 900 is a powerhouse of innovation. Modular in design, the PulsaPro 900 is adaptable to its environment. Motors can be mounted either vertically or horizontally on the unit and the gear box is available in five different configurations from a simplex configuration up to a quadruplex. The PulsaPro 900 comes equipped with the unparalleled patented Hydraulic Diagnostic Package which both protects the pump from damaging operation forces and presents a visual indication of pump performance. The robust manual stroke adjustment is engineered to be simple to read and operate. A unique state-of-the-art option available on the PulsaPro 900 is the fluorocarbon lined reagent head which provides the highest corrosion resistance available at a cost much less than expensive high alloy metal constructions.

The PulsaPro 900 comes with a phenomenal five-year drive train warranty. Multiple packaged levels of "Keep On Pumping" or KOPkits are available for performing routine maintenance to assure optimal pump reliability and performance at the right price. The PulsaPro 900 is a versatile pump that is rugged, durable, and offers the lowest total cost of ownership in its class.

Picture: PulsaPro 900 (Pulsafeeder)

Source: Pulsafeeder


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