Peristaltic Pumps Provide Performance Unavailable with Standard Positive Displacement or Centrifugal Industrial Pumps

07.01.2002

MINNEAPOLIS, MN –Wanner Engineering Inc. introduces Vector Series Peristaltic Pumps, designed to handle the abrasive, corrosive or high viscosity fluids commonly found in industrial processing.

The roller-design and patented hose guide allow for powerful pumping action, without breaking up delicate emulsions or causing excessive frothing of dissolved gases.

Vector Series pumps can reliably start, stop and continuously pump fluids that are pasty, pulpy, plastic or just plain thick at a wide range of pressures and flows. They are ideal for applications with aggressive fluids that require accurate metering, contamination-free pumping, strong suction and controlled flow. These self-priming pumps can run dry for hours without damage at up to 60 psi and 50 gpm. They can also reliably pump fluids that include solids up to 1/4 inch in diameter.

For immediate information, including product information, parts manuals, technical documentation, CAD drawings and more, visit www.hydra-cell.com.

For more information contact: Wanner Engineering Inc., 1204 Chestnut Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55403; Telephone: 612/332-5681; Fax: 612/332-6937; e-mail: sales@wannereng.com.

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