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Hydra-Cell Pumps are a sealless positive displacement pump capable of high pressures; they do not have cups, packing or mechanical seals. Hydra-Cell Pumps are used for flow rates from fractional GPH (as low as 0.06 GPH for metering applications) up to 157 GPM having discharge pressures from 50 to 5000 PSI depending upon the pump model. Hydra-Cell pumps are ideal for applications where reliability and efficiency are key concerns. Although capable of higher pressures, most Hydra-Cell applications involve handling "difficult-to-pump" fluids such as pumping cryogenic, very hot, abrasive and reclaimed fluids that compromise traditional "sealed pumps" or pumps that have close tolerances (progressing cavity and gear/lobe style pumps).
Since there are so few components in contact with the pumped fluid, periodic maintenance is generally limited to check valve replacement every 6,000 to 8,000 hours of use and its a relatively simple and inexpensive task. Try out our 2023 rebuild kit pricing tool!
There are specific configurations of Hydra-Cell Pumps for metering and delivering high pressure coolant in CNC machinery. The inherent design of Hydra-Cell Pumps enables them to satisfy API 675 metering pump standards with regards to linearity, steady-state accuracy and repeatability, but at a fraction of the cost for conventional metering pump with a >60 GPH capacity. Since Hydra-Cell Pumps are incredibly reliable, CNC machines use them for smooth, continuous flow of synthetic machining fluids in support of longer tool life and better surface finishes.
Vector Peristaltic Pumps are an industrial duty sealless pump design for transferring abrasive, caustic, particulate laden raw materials, effluent and highly viscous products. Vector peristaltic pumps provide excellent suction lift and pump very viscous fluids such as syrup, adhesives, oil and paint; their gentle pumping motion is compatible with shear sensitive fluids. They also handle solids easily as there are no seals, valves, dead corners or glands within the pump to become fouled or replaced.
Our Centrifugal Pumps have non-alloy pump heads and are available in both horizontal and vertical orientations. The horizontal configurations include mag-drive and ANSI centrifugal designs. These non-alloy designs are typically used for water and waste water treatment applications as well as chemical, plating and marine environments that would be corrosive to alloy materials. We offer centrifugal pumps for flow rates up to 700 GPM and pump heads made of FRP, carbon reinforced ETFE, PVDF and PTFE.
Our business model is simple, shipments are made directly from the factory warehouse to you. Our overhead is kept to a minimum and we pass the savings along to you through discounted pricing. Please use the navigation bar to learn about each type of industrial pump we offer and contact us for prompt answers to your questions.