22 - 24 October 2019
Manual hand pumps are always a useful and cost effective alternative to conventional electric or air operated drum pumps when only small quantities of media have to be removed out of canisters or drums or if the customer would use the drum pump only occasionally or rarely.
Depending on the medium different pump tube materials and gaskets are available. In principle the hand pump can be divided into three groups: for chemicals such as acids, alkalies and detergents for mineral oil products and for flammable liquids such as gasoline or solvents. The maximum viscosity
of the pumped fluids for the hand pumps is 1.000 mPas. Most hand pumps have a barrel thread of 2" (partially available with the optional accessory) and can therefore be screwed in all the 60 and 200 liter steel drums. For plastics drums and cans various thread adapters for compensation are available.
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Air operated diaphragm pumps have long been recognized as the most flexible pumps of the industry for handling difficult liquids at relatively low pressures
These horizontal centrifugal pumps are operated by a direct-drive motor (max. 3.000 rpm). They are especially suitable for a fast transfer of chemicals when