The 893 Series™ internal gear pump is the perfect solution for refined fuels, lube oils, rotating equipment lubrication, and more due to the sealless mag drive which provides the highest level of liquid and vapor containment. It can handle flows up to 75 GPM (17 m³/h).
Features & Benefits
- Sealless mag drive eliminates the shaft seal to provide the highest level of liquid and vapor containment
- All liquid and vapor is hermetically sealed in the pump
- Used especially for hazardous and difficult-to-seal liquids
- Optional high pressure canister for inlet pressures up to 2,250 PSI (155 BAR)
to 75 GPM
to 17 m³/h
28 to 250,000 SSU
1 to 55,000 cSt
to 125 PSI
to 9 Bar
-60 to +500 °F
-50 to +260 °C
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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.
Lube Oil (Machinery Lubrication)
Machinery lubrication pumps are used in everything from small backup generators to naval ships. Lube oils, as the name implies, are the liquids used to lubricate rotating and reciprocating machinery. Lube oils may be handled at higher pressures to ensure their penetration of the equipment.
Glycol (Ethylene Glycol, Ethylene Alcohol)
A clear, colorless, syrupy liquid used in a variety of applications involving lacquers, resins, printing inks, adhesives, waxes, and pharmaceuticals. It is often blended with water and used as a coolant and anti-freezing agent.
Also known as TDI, MDI, or diisocyanate. Isocyanate is used as a hardening or curing agent in polyurethane foams, industrial coatings, elastomers, inks, and resins. It is extremely sensitive to moisture in the air and hydrocarbons making air-tight seal options extremely critical.
- Ductile iron
- Sealless design
- Bearing option for compatibility
- Higher pressure capability
- Capacities to 190 GPM