Gardner Denver Thomas Introduces New Pump for Liquids
The new diaphragm liquid pump 1510 is designed for fast suction of liquids, even when the medium is mixed with gas. The diaphragm design ensures very consistent flow with minor pulsation. Therefore, the Thomas 1510 fits perfectly to applications in laboratory equipment and inkjet printing.
New Pump for Liquids (Image: Gardner Denver Thomas)
Fast suction of liquid and mixed media
Laboratory instruments equipped with the Thomas 1510 benefit from higher throughput and reliable test results. The pump empties the vessels very fast and residue-free due to its high suction performance.
Low pulsation for consistent flow
In order to achieve the best printing quality, inkjet printers need a steady delivery of ink to the print head. With its special pump design, the Thomas 1510 provides consistent flow with little pulsation. In addition it delivers the ink bubble-free to the print head.
Integrated pressure relief valve (optional) for increased safety and different choices of materials
An integrated pressure relief valve avoids overpressures in the system, that might lead to leakage and damages in the machine caused by liquid. Another customizable component of the Thomas 1510 is especially valuable for the use in industrial inkjet printers, that process inks with special additives. For example, inks for ceramic tile printing often include particulate material or chemically aggressive substances. Our Thomas 1510 diaphragm pump can be customized with abrasion or chemical resistant materials corresponding to special applications.
Source: Gardner Denver, Inc.