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Compact C range pump

07 January 2008

A Compact C Range pump from Mono Nov is forming an integral part of an automated mixing system at ZOK International.

Based in West Sussex, ZOK International manufactures cleaning fluids for gas turbine compressors, which are used all over the world, in industries as diverse and demanding as aerospace, offshore and power generation.

These cleaning products require delicate handling (ie. pumping, mixing and filtering to produce a pure result with no aeration or foaming), which would interfere with the accurate metering and dosing of the chemicals involved. The Compact C progressing cavity pump, with its gentle shearing action and capacity for handling viscous or difficult to handle fluids, forms a central part of the automated, programmable logic controller mixing system which controls the precise metering of the chemicals which is crucial to the manufacturing process.

As the pump processes a variety of chemicals at differing flow rates, a stainless steel option was specified together with a variable speed drive. The positive displacement action of the Mono pump gives flow rates which are proportional to pump rotational speed and therefore process control is made easier, especially with a variable speed drive - the pump speed and therefore the capacity can be quickly changed by the logic controller to suit the required process.

Mono’s Compact C Range progressing cavity pumps are specifically manufactured and designed to fit into compact spaces whilst reliably performing to the maximum duty requirements of whatever application they are employed in.

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