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New Hydra-Cell D10 seal-less pumps with higher discharge pressure rating

February 1, 2016 | By MRO Staff

Wanner Engineering, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota upgraded to its Hydra-Cell D10 Series seal-less pumps. Previously rated at 1000 psi (69 bar) maximum discharge pressure, the new Hydra-Cell D10 models with metallic pump heads can now operate at up to 1500 psi (103 bar) discharge pressure. Used for a wide range of processing applications and in manufacturing plants, Hydra-Cell D10 models have a flow capacity of 4.26 gpm (15.1 l/min) with a motor speed of 790 rpm when performing at the higher pressure rating.

Wanner Engineering says that the seal-less design of Hydra-Cell D10 pumps means that there are no mechanical seals, cups, or packing to leak, wear, or replace. Spring-loaded, horizontal disk check valves and the seal-less design enable model D10 pumps to handle viscous fluids and abrasive particulates up to 500 microns in size. The D10 also features Wanner Engineering’s patented Kel-Cell technology so that in the event of a closed or clogged inlet condition, the D10 will run dry indefinitely without damage to the pump. The Hydra-Cell D10 is available in a wide choice of pump head, valve, diaphragm, and o-ring materials plus a variety of options and accessories (e.g. pressure regulating valves, motors, and controllers) to help provide a complete pumping system.

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