NETZSCH Presents A Worldwide New Pump Concept

NETZSCH presents its NEMO Progressing Cavity Pump with the new "xLC-select" stator adjustment system . The world's first autonomous system automatically readjusts the pump and thus saves up to 30 % of energy costs.
NETZSCH Presents A Worldwide New Pump Concept

NETZSCH will be showing its NEMO® Progressing Cavity Pump with the new "xLC-select" stator adjustment system at IFAT (Image Source: NETZSCH Pumps & Systems)

The "xLC-select" stator adjustment system is an accessory for progressing cavity pumps that, based on algorithms, recognizes the optimal efficiency of the pump completely independently and adjusts the stator optimally to it. This saves you up to 30 % of the energy costs of your pump. In addition, you reduce the CO2 footprint of your process to a significant extent.

The pump specialists from NETZSCH will be hexplaining the "xLC select" concept at IFAT and will use the exhibition models for demonstration purposes.

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