Thermoplastic Pumps to be Featured at AWWA Show

In answer to the increased demand by municipalities for thermoplastic pumps that avoid the excessive maintenance costs due to corrosion and abrasion problems when metal pumps are used to transfer acids, caustics and other aggressive fluids, the Vanton booth at the AWWA EXPO will feature a wide range of thermoplastic pump designs, sizes, and materials of construction.

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In answer to the increased demand by municipalities for thermoplastic pumps that avoid the excessive maintenance costs due to corrosion and abrasion problems when metal pumps are used to transfer acids, caustics and other aggressive fluids, the Vanton booth at the AWWA EXPO will feature a wide range of thermoplastic pump designs, sizes, and materials of construction.

Technical data on comparative material selection for difficult applications, and specific information on hundreds of actual installations will also be available at the booth.

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Recent studies have shown a large increase in the use of thermoplastic pumps by municipalities and industrial firms. They are being widely specified by consulting engineers and plant operating management for odor control scrubbing systems, neutralization of acidic and alkaline solutions, chemical feeding for enhanced coagulation, water recovery programs and a variety of water and wastewater treatment programs to satisfy government environmental regulations and reduce operating and maintenance costs.

Vanton thermoplastic pumps are engineered for flows to 1450 gpm at heads to 400 feet, and for use in sumps as deep as 50 feet. Models include sealless rotary peristaltic designs, horizon centrifugals, vertical sump pumps, magnetic coupled centrifugals, self-priming pumps, vortex impeller designs, and portable and skid mounted pumping systems…all with fluid contact parts made of chemically inert thermoplastics. WW

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