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Wanner ready to pump up the action

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Wanner International is demonstrating two fully-operational Hydra-Cell® high efficiency seal-less and packing-free chemical processing pumps at ACHEMA.
Visitors to the stand will see the extremely low pulse MT08 dosing pump in action, producing a smooth flow for consistent processes.
Delegates can view the internal components of the pump head, including the triplex diaphragms of the fully-functional pumps with their clear perspex head and other cutaway demonstration pumps on display.
The MT08 exceeds API 675 standards and boasts extremely low pulse flow with multiple diaphragms in a single pump head. These negate the need for pulsation dampeners delivering accurate and smooth flow for chemical dosing and metering applications.
The MT08 is part of Wanner’s Hydra-Cell seal-less range of low pulse dosing solutions.
It is the true positive displacement pumping action and the low pulsation which makes the pumps so highly energy efficient, with more than 90% energy conversion from pump shaft input power to hydraulic output power possible, achieving significant savings.
There are no leaks of the process liquid as the pumping chamber is 100% sealed and no liquid waste.
Crystals in pumps can cause the pump to breakdown, leading to unplanned downtime, regular seal-flushing and increasing lifetime costs.
Hydra-Cell’s unique, spring loaded vertically orientated check valves allow particles to flush through giving more reliable performance when pumping liquids with solid suspensions.
Paul Davis, managing director of Wanner International, said: “We are really pleased to be returning to ACHEMA after such a long break due to the pandemic. And we are particularly pleased to be able to demonstrate our innovative pumps for the industry to see their safety, accuracy, flexibility and efficiency for themselves.”
To see the pumps in action, visit the Wanner International stand G37 in hall 8. For more information visit https://www.hydra-cell.co.uk.