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No Need for External Boosters, Amplifiers

Mon, 07/16/2012 - 11:11am

Wilden HX400SWilden® has developed the HX400S high-pressure air-operated double-diaphragm pump for applications that require the reliable transfer of viscous, solid-laden slurries at high discharge pressures. Moreover, the company says that the HX400S is highlighted by:

  • The power to use the pump’s liquid chambers as an amplification chamber rather than relying on external boosters or amplifiers.
  • The Pro-Flo X air distribution system that features the EMS efficiency management system, which allows the operator to dial in the actual operational parameters regardless of the application demands or pump size.
  • A 2:1 ratio of discharge fluid pressure to air inlet pressure, resulting in the ability to achieve a discharge fluid pressure of up to 250 PSIG (17.2 BAR).
  • A 62-GPM (235-L/minute) maximum flow rate, a125-PSIG (8.6-BAR) maximum air inlet pressure and a 250-PSIG (17.2-BAR) maximum discharge pressure.
  • Advanced bolted construction for maximum product containment.
  • Lube-free operation, as well as optimal anti-freezing performance.
  • 1-1/2-inch (38-mm) inlet and discharge connections.
  • DIN or 300-pound ANSI flanged connections.

www.wildenpump.com

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