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Focus on Pumps

By Gerald Ondrey |

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Small, magnetically drivengear pumps

Said to be the smallest pump series in the market, the DX Micro-Pump Series (photo) is suitable for dosing applications that demand low and precise flow capacities. These pumps can be configured with several component combinations to adapt to challenging process parameters and they come in three different sizes — 14/14, 14/8 and 14/4 — and are optimized for the required flow capacities and other process parameters. For example, the pump system can be configured with SSiC bearings, stainless-steel shafts, compact magnetic coupling and step-motor to manage 1 mPas fluid with discharge pressure of 25 bars and a small flowrate of 0.02 L/h. The DX 14 Series modular-build structure allows optimized combinations of bearings, shafts and seals depending on the application. — Maag Pump Systems AG, Oberglatt, Switzerland

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