Pumps are the workhorses of every process plant, not to mention plenty of auxiliary equipment and even portable test gear too. This run-round of recent developments takes in centrifugals, vacuum pumps, positive-displacement pumps and gas sampling units.
Blackmer has recently announced the launch of its new System One High Temperature Series centrifugal pumps. Utilising high-temperature flanges, elastomers, and a unique centerline mount that supports high temperatures, the new series pumps are able to exceed the 400°F (204°C) standard temperature limit of conventional centrifugal pumps.
Blackmer has announced the availability of its new Magnes Series Sliding Vane Magnetic Drive Pumps. The Series pumps are positive displacement rotary vane pumps that use a magnetic drive without dynamic seals, providing a leak-free pumping solution for difficult-to-seal, expensive, valuable, dangerous and hazardous liquids.
Quattroflow has recently announced that it has extended its line of multiple- and single-use pumps with the introduction of the new QF2500 Quaternary Diaphragm Pump. With a maximum flow rate of 2,500 lph (660 gph), the new pump is ideally suited to meet the needs within demanding biopharma applications, including chromatography, TFF, virus filtration, sterile filtration, and depth filtration.
Wilden has extended its line of Saniflo Hygienic Series (HS) AODD Clamped Metal Pumps with the addition of the new PS2 25 mm (1”) model, which comes equipped with the energy-efficient Pro-Flo Shift Air Distribution System. Saniflo HS pumps offer the versatility, safety and capability needed to efficiently pump an array of viscosities, solids and shear-sensitive products for the food and beverage, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries.