Component control system

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Blue-White Industries

The Component Control System from Blue-White ensures that two or more positive displacement pumps operating together in a system will run only if all pumps in the system are running. This can reduce costs by eliminating the need for separate pump controllers for each unit. This feature is particularly important when failure of one pump to meter chemicals could have a damaging effect on the entire process - for example, when pumping two or more chemicals into a system using multiple pumps. This new patented feature is currently available on Blue-White's Flex-Pro® A3 and A4 Metering Pumps; and Proseries-M® models M-3 and M-4 Metering Pumps.

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