Air-operated diaphragm pumps for explosive atmospheres

MID and CU15 air-operated diaphragm pumps are designed to facilitate transfer of liquids up to 5000 cps in explosive atmospheres.
By Clark Solutions October 7, 2015

The CU15 pumps provides flow rates to 17 LPM at pressures to 70 meters. For polypropylene models maximum operating temperature is 60 C and for ECTFE models it is 95 C. Couresty: Clark SolutionsThe MID and CU15 are miniature air-operated diaphragm pumps facilitate the transfer of liquids up to 5000 cps in explosive atmospheres and petrochemical industries. These pumps feature a stall-prevention pneumatic system design that does not require lubricated air, allowing dry operations without incurring damage. The MID pumps provide flow rates to 5 LPM at pressures to 70 meters and a maximum operating temperature of 60 C. The CU15 pumps provides flow rates to 17 LPM at pressures up to 70 m. For polypropylene models maximum operating temperature is 60 C and for ECTFE models it is 95 C.

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