Pulsatron X030-XA-AAACXXX Chem-Tech Metering Pump
100-150 Series Pulsatron Chem-Tech Series Pump
Pulsatron X030-XA-AAACXXX Chem-Tech 100-150 Series Diaphragm Metering Pump. Connection Size: Tubing .38inch PVC Suction/.38 in PE Discharge, Pump Head & Fittings/Seats & O-rings/Balls: Clear PVC/CSPE/Ceramic
Since 1936, Pulsafeeder, Incorporated has been the recognized leader in fluids handling, electronic pump controllers and systems technology. We have always understood that leadership is comprised of many facets, all in balance: long-lasting, high performance products, comprehensive application solutions, innovative engineering design, knowledgeable and attentive service, continuous improvements in R & D and manufacturing processes. Pulsafeeder works hard to maintain this balance - always with the goal to provide the best products and support for our customers.
The Chem-Tech Series 100 is the standard by which all other dosing pumps are judged, Chem-Tech Series 100/150 pumps with motorized-diaphragm technology deliver dependable performance and extended longevity. The Series 100/150 provides quiet, consistent metering over long periods of time in a compact form. Series 100 Models - The preferred metering pump for water conditioning professionals around the world. Perfect for applications where economical, consistent performance is required. Capable of a wide range of flows, from less than 3 gpd (0.47 lph) up to 30 gpd (4.72 lph) and pressures up to 100 psi (7 bar). Series 150 Models - Built upon the same solid platform as the 100 Models, these units are capable of higher flow rates. With a range offering up to 100 gpd(15.76 lph), the Series 150 can meet the demands of larger applications. Maximum pressure is 60 psi (4.2 bar).
- Guided quad check valve system
- Bleed valve assembly standard
- Feed rate control
- Duplex Models - Both series are configurable for dosing two chemicals at different rates
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