TECHNOLOGIES

 

LINEAR

DIAPHRAGM

This simple yet efficient pumping principle uses a magnetically operated diaphragm. This works by flexing a diaphragm at one, or both ends of the connecting rod within a totally sealed pumping chamber. This eliminates sliding parts keeping wear, tear and power consumption to a minimum.

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ROCKING

PISTON

Rocking piston pumps combine the higher performance of a piston pump with the simplicity of a diaphragm pump in a small economic unit. The piston is fixed rigidly to the top of the connecting rod. The pumps are capable of operating continuously with a minimum of maintenance and offer high performance, particularly pressure, within a compact package.

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GYROK™

The patented GyRok pumping principle employs a elastomeric conical diaphragm displaced by a number of legs positioned annularly around a nutating drive element. The legs provide control of almost the entire diaphragm, giving outstanding self-priming characteristics. This results in a pump that is whisper quiet, able to tolerate extended periods of dry-running and can be mounted in any orientation in a number of locations.

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