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Product Overview. Diaphragm Pumps – Basic Features Self-Priming Abrasives/Slurries High Viscosity Fluids No Electric Motor Run Dry Capability Variable.

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1 Product Overview

2 Diaphragm Pumps – Basic Features Self-Priming Abrasives/Slurries High Viscosity Fluids No Electric Motor Run Dry Capability Variable Flow Rate Low Shear Low Initial Cost If it pours we can pump it! Product Overview

3 All-Flo – Basic Features All-Flo pumps use less air than competitive pumps All plastic air systems Only simple hand tools for service Molded metal insert for the air connection Stainless steel fasteners and solid stainless steel diaphragm rod Fewer parts and simple to service Standard lead time 3 days Made in the USA Product Overview

4 Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge How does an AOD pump work? Product Overview

5 Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge How does an AOD pump work? Product Overview

6 Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge How does an AOD pump work? Product Overview

7 Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge How does an AOD pump work? Product Overview

8 Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge How does an AOD pump work? Product Overview

9 Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge How does an AOD pump work? Product Overview

10 Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge How does an AOD pump work? Product Overview

11 Fluid Inlet Fluid Discharge How does an AOD pump work? Product Overview

12 Polypropylene PVDF Nylon Conductive Nylon Aluminum Stainless Steel (316) Stainless Steel (Electropolished) Materials of Construction Product Overview

13 Thermoplastic Diaphragms and Elastomers Geolast ® - Nitrile based material that replaces traditional Nitrile, Urethane, and Neoprene diaphragms Santoprene ® - EPDM based material with excellent resistance to acids and bases Product Overview

14 Thermoplastic Diaphragms and Elastomers Pumps built with PTFE have a Santoprene ® back-up diaphragm which maximizes cycle life. Competitive pumps without the backup diaphragm have very low cycle life Viton ® is also available as an optional elastomer for many pump sizes Product Overview

15 Air-Valve Dissimilar plastic components used throughout the air system create lubricity - no additional lubrication is needed. The pilot assembly exerts a constant stream of pressure on one end of the air valve spool, then shifts the pressure stream to the other end which prevents a stall or the dreaded centered condition. Cross-Section of Air Valve Air Valve Spool Product Overview

16 Air-Valve Dissimilar plastic components used throughout the air system create lubricity - no additional lubrication is needed. The pilot assembly exerts a constant stream of pressure on one end of the air valve spool, then shifts the pressure stream to the other end which prevents a stall or the dreaded centered condition. Cross-Section of Air Valve Air Valve Spool Product Overview

17 All Plastic Air System Resistance to attack from corrosive atmospheres or diaphragm rupture Reduces overall weight of pump Product Overview

18 Solids Handling Capability Increase solids handling capability by 300% Increase suction lift by 25% Mount pump in any position Available in Nitrile, EPDM, and FDA Viton ® Shown with valve in open position MAX-PASS System Product Overview

19 Solids Control (3/8 1/2 1) Control the pump via a PC, PLC, relay or switch Control the pump from a separately supplied speed or batch controller with the solenoid controller pump Using an air line on/off solenoid valve mounted in the air line on a standard pump Product Overview

20 Drum Kits Product Overview

21 Understanding the Pump Curve Point 1 is the air inlet pressure Point 2 is the required flow rate Point 3 is the outlet pressure of fluid (the right axis converts psig to feet (meters)) Air consumption is designated by the red lines (the closest iteration to point 2 is approximately 6 SCFM) Product Overview

22 Adjusting the Flow Rate 1.Use a pressure regulator to adjust the air pressure. 2.Use an air control valve (ball or needle valve) to adjust the amount of air going into the pump. 3.Using a ball or throttling valve on the liquid discharge side of the pump. Product Overview

23 Viscosity 1.Position pump as close to or below the level of the fluid 2.Use large suction lines - up to 3 times the size of the inlet 3. Start pump slowly using a valve on the air line Product Overview

24 Chemical Compatibility 1.Always select A rated material to fluid combinations 2.Note all temperature limitations for any given material, these are referenced by the superscript 1 or 2 (or an exact temperature, such as 150). 3.After finding A rated combinations, there may be more than one possible pump model. Select the pump based on price, application (such as UV exposure) or conditions of usage. Product Overview

25 Temperature Ranges Metal pumps: Up to 212 o F (100 o C) Polypropylene: 32 o F (0 o C) to 150 o F (65 o C) PVDF: 10 o F (-12 o C) to 200 o F (93 o C) Geolast: 10 o F (-12 o C) to 180 o F (82 o C) Santoprene: 10 o F (-12 o C) to 212 o F (100 o C) PTFE: 40 o F (4 o C) to 212 o F to (100 O C) Product Overview

26 Accessories Isolation Dampeners / suppressors Air flow control valves Air filter/regulators with gauge On/Off air solenoid valves Companion flanges Product Overview

27 Installation Guidance 1.Use a lube-free, clean, dry, compressed air supply 2.Mount pumps in an upright position 3.Never restrict fluid suction lines 4.Practice preventive maintenance and make sure that the fasteners are at the proper torque Product Overview

28 Typical Applications Coating Ultrasonic Cleaning Acid Recovery Pressure Washers Porcelain / Glaze Ink / Adhesive Transfer Paint Manufacturing Fertilizer Application Food Processing Rust Inhibitor Application Precious Metal Reclamation Transfer Applications Mining Oil and Gas Waste Water Wind Energy Marine Lubrication Car Wash Solvent Transfer Plating Industrial Laundry Product Overview

29 Technical Resources Pump Configurator Technical Drawings Accessories/Options Literature Product Overview


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