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Neptune™ Diaphragm Metering Pumps

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Neptune™ Chemical Pump Co. has announced that it will be exhibiting its complete line of diaphragm metering pumps at ACHEMA in Hall 8.0, Stand L79.

ACHEMA 2012 is the largest chemical processing trade show in the world, and will be held June 18-22, 2012, in Frankfurt am Main in Germany.

Neptune’s chemical diaphragm metering pumps safely inject the most dangerous chemicals.

The global chemicals industry is facing stricter regulations, with greater emphasis being placed on identifying and containing chemicals that could potentially pose a threat to human life and the environment.

Neptune’s precise metering pumps are ideally suited to meet those challenges, including the Series 500 Hydraulic Diaphragm Metering Pump, which provides leak-free metering of a wide variety of corrosive, flammable of hazardous chemicals.

The unit features EZE-CLEAN™ valve cartridges that can be removed from the pump heads without disturbing the pump’s piping.

Neptune’s Variable Oil-By-pass™ stroke adjustment provides better valve performance than variable-linkage designs.

The Neptune Series 7000 Mechanical Diaphragm Metering Pump eliminates the need for contour plates on the liquid side of the diaphragm, resulting in a simple, straight-through valve and head design that optimizes flow rates.

The accurate, self-priming pumps deliver superior performance when pumping chemicals that can off-gas.

Designed for accurate, reliable injection of a wide variety of chemicals, the PZ Series Electronic Metering Pump can be easily integrated into existing chemical metering systems.

They feature an air release valve that allows the pump to be used in sodium hypochlorite service or without other chemicals that off-gas at room temperature.