The 1324A Series™ internal gear pump with O-Pro® Seal technology is the perfect solution for liquid sugars, refined fuels, edible oils, and more due to it's reliable sealing as well as easy maintenance. It can handle flows from 500 to 1500 GPM (125 to 340 m³/h).
Features & Benefits
- Rugged design provides superior performance in many markets
- Tight clearances offer high efficiency and excellent priming capabilities
- O-Pro® Barrier combines reliable sealing with easy maintenance
- O-Pro® Barrier is standard with FKM elastomers
500 to 1500 GPM
125 to 340 m³/h
100 to 75,000 SSU
20 to 17,000 cSt
to 200 PSI
to 14 Bar
0 to +350 °F
-15 to +175 °C
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Adhesives are a group of substances, such as cement, glue, mucilage, and paste that are capable of holding materials together by surface attachment. Adhesives are made from many different basic materials, among them dextrin, latex, silicones, liquid rubber, resin, sodium silicate, and starch.
Starch is derived from corn, arrowroot or potatoes. It is shear sensitive (thickens) and viscosity varies from a few centipoise to over 20,000 cP depending on the type of starch, concentration in the liquid, and temperature.
- Stainless Steel /Nickel-based Alloy
- O-ring or Mechanically Sealed
- Low shear principle
- Capacities to 450 GPM
- Cast Iron
- Abrasive resistant sealing options
- Hardened materials standard
- Capacities to 180 GPM
Resins are high viscosity liquids with potentially shear sensitive (thinning) components, and made up of solvents, waxes, surfactants, and semi-solid resin particles all with various chemical compatibility concerns. These resins can be used in polyurethanes, epoxies and other adhesives. In some cases, resins contain pigments that bring with them abrasive wear concerns.
- Cast iron
- Abrasive resistant sealing option
- Hardened iron bushings and hardened steel shaft
- Low shear
- Capacities to 400 GPM
Cacao beans are roasted, ground up, and mixed with oils to get a semi-liquid which is the beginning point in the making of chocolate. Early stage chocolate is known as bitter chocolate. Add sugar and it is known as sweet chocolate. Add milk for milk chocolate. If the chocolate has been thinned down it is chocolate liquor. It can be diluted with fats like palm nut or coconut oils.
Refined fuels would include petroleum based fuel oils and some Jet Fuels. Their viscosity and temperature handled can vary greatly. Normally these are handled in bulk transfer operations.
This group of oils may consist of olive, palm, soybean, canola, pumpkin seed, corn, sunflower, safflower, peanut, grape seed, sesame, and rice bran or a blend of these oils that is typically referred to as vegetable oil.