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Fuji Techno appoints European agent for triplex plunger metering pump range

27 November 2009

Japanese firm, Fuji Techno Industries, has appointed Motor Technology, of Stockport, as its sole European agents to provide sales and servicing of its specialist triplex plunger metering (TPM) pumps.

TPM pumps are used in metering applications where a predetermined volume of liquid is pumped into a process or system with a very high degree of accuracy, better than 0.1 percent in the case of water, even under variable pumping conditions like discharge pressure, temperature or viscosity of fluid.

The pumps have three specially designed cams that discharge the required volume of fluid from three cylinders at a continually constant rate. The design of each plunger incorporates six phases of movement at increments of 60 degrees within one revolution of its respective cam.

The flow rate at the suction side is kept constant to minimize the possibility of cavitations and pulsation. The amount of fluid that can be pumped in one stroke cannot be kept constant if cavitation develops. The pump’s cams are designed to enable the plungers to deliver a constant volume of fluid from the three cylinders.

Fuji Techno’s TPM pumps can handle all fluid viscosities from 0.01-p to 1,000-p and from 0 to 30,000psi. They cover a wide range of pumping requirements from 0.002-gph to 1,300-gph. The pumps can be specified with solvent and corrosion resistant pump heads and cooling or heating jackets can be supplied to enable liquids of low and high temperature to be processed (-30 to +200°C). Typical applications include chemical, pharmaceutical, polymer, aerospace, water treatment and paper industries.

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