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Internal Gear Pumps from EnviroGear

Internal Gear Pumps from EnviroGear® effectively eliminate leaks and mechanical wear, helping to increase personnel and environmental safety. Traditional magnetically-coupled positive displacement pumps are designed with two fluid chambers separated by an adapter plate, which results in product entrapment and poor reliability when moving high-viscosity fluids. The EnviroGear Seal-less Internal Gear Pump uses magnets mounted directly to the rotor, eliminating the need for an adapter plate and allowing for a single fluid chamber. This design results in a much shorter, simpler flow path and allows the pump to easily handle fluids with high viscosities up to 50,000 cSt, while increasing bearing life and cleaning capability.

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