Ramparts pumps for tough times

31-08-2010

Hydro Innovations, a leading distributor of wastewater pumps, has released a new line of heavy duty slurry pumps.

Ramparts single acting air driven diaphragm pumps deliver a cost effective solution for the toughest of applications.

Ramparts diaphragm pumps are used where other styles of pump are proving too expensive to maintain.

Where pump service lives are short, Ramparts pumps will last – and they deliver reliability. There are also inexpensive to repair, costing about 15 percent of their purchase price for a complete overhaul.

Ramparts slurry pumps can produce flows from as little as 10L per minute (with the 15P) through to 1200L per minute from the largest pump in the range (the 60P).

And they can produce pressures to 6 BAR.

Diaphragms and other “wetted parts” are available in a variety of corrosion and/or abrasion resistant elastomers.

Pumps can also be fully lined with these materials to greatly extend service life even on the “ugliest” of applications.

All manner of mineral and acid slurries can now be handled with ease with Ramparts.

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