Moyno 500 Grinder Pumps Offer Superior Solids Reduction

22.05.2013

Moyno 500 Grinder Pumps feature compact, lightweight designs that combine an efficient solids reduction unit with a high performance progressing cavity pump.

Ideal for marine septic systems, environmental clean up, marine oil spills, industrial wastes and raw sewage transfer, Moyno 500 Grinder Pumps offer a variety of innovative design characteristics. The replaceable carbide tips on the cast iron cutter disc rotate against a stationary, hardened tool-steel cutter ring. Stringy fibers and other debris are reduced to regular particle sizes which prevent ragging and blockages in downstream process equipment. Moyno 500 Grinder Pumps include a molded, elastomeric wobble stator that increases the compression fit with the rotor for superior volumetric efficiency.

Additional features of Moyno 500 Grinder Pumps include:

  • Flow rates to 15 gpm
  • Discharge pressures to 100 psi
  • Prelubricated, fully sealed ball bearings
  • Carbon/ceramic mechanical seal
  • NPT suction and discharge ports
  • ANSI compatible tank mounting flange

Picture: Moyno® 500 Grinder Pumps (Image: Moyno)

Source: Moyno

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