Diaphragm Pumps for Varying Flow Rates

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Diaphragm Pumps for Varying Flow Rates

Chem-Pro C2 and C3 diaphragm metering pumps provide superior chemical resistance and precision chemical metering capabilities. The C2 and C3 are designed to provide excellent service in a wide range of applications.

The Chem-Pro’s thoughtfully engineered design begins with a substantial control pad that’s easy to use and highly intuitive. A protective snap-on polycarbonate cover protects the LCD control pad from UV and the elements.

The rugged Chem-Pro’s design can handle high-pressure applications — up to 175 psi. The exceptionally designed pump head has large double ball ceramic valves and a built-in priming/degassing valve. The pump head also includes Blue-White’s exclusive Diaphragm Failure Detection (DFD) system. The DFD will detect a wide range of conductive chemicals and will automatically shut off the pump and energize the relay switch, permitting communication with external equipment such as a backup pump or alarm.

The Chem-Pro pumps feature the innovative DiaFlex PVDF diaphragms. Unlike the multiple layers of traditional diaphragms, the single-layer DiaFlex diaphragm experiences zero breakdown or delamination, helping keep field maintenance and downtime to a minimum. The exclusive DiaFlex is currently available in four sizes to accommodate varying flow rates.

The large single-piece junction box provides quick access to the terminal block connectors, and includes additional ports for external wiring, such as Profibus, ethernet, etc. Some additional Chem-Pro features and benefits include: a remote start/stop function; feed rate resolution to 0.1%; and a rugged variable-speed drive.

Units are NSF, ETL, CE listed. NEMA 4X / lP66 rate.

Blue-White is ISO 9001:2015 certified.

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