The Walchem LK Series metering pumps are motor-driven, mechanically-actuated diaphragm metering pumps. This larger LK Series can achieve outputs up to 856 GPH (3240 l/h) and maximum pressures of 220 PSI (1.5 MPa). Ideal for chemical feed applications including water treatment, chemical process, agriculture, mining and paper.
Iwaki America/Walchem is pleased to announce the release of the next generation of LK series metering pump. These larger, mechanically actuated and motor-driven metering pumps feature the same rugged design and versatility of their smaller LK pump but in a bigger package - providing flow rates up to 856 GPH and pressures to 145PSI!
Hydraulic cylinders harness fluid pressure and flow to generate linear motion and force, and they work well in both industrial machines, like presses and plastic-molding machines, and in mobile equipment, like excavators and mining trucks.
Wika’s intrinsically safe submersible pressure transmitter model IL-10 has been designed for the highest requirements of level measurement. Owing to their high accuracy, reliability and their excellent media resistance, it is the ideal solution for almost all level measurements in hazardous areas.
Discover convenient remote access of your automated valves when you install the Axiom AMI with AS-Interface featuring Bluetooth® technology from StoneL.
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A growing trend in industrial plant design is wireless connectivity. Recent technological advances have made wireless protocols significantly more robust and reliable than previous versions, enough so to rival traditional hard-wired connections.
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