Encore® 700 Diaphragm Metering Pump
A rugged, heavy-duty mechanical diaphragm metering pump available with
six diaphragm sizes and simplex, duplex and double simplex
The Encore® 700 pump is engineered to handle industrial
and municipal metering applications in water and wastewater treatment,
swimming pools, food processing, chemical processing, brewing and
distillation, and agriculture.
|Simplex Pump||Offers single head design on single gear box with stroke control.|
|Duplex Pump||Offers two identical sized heads on single gear box with common stroke length control, and a direct drive arrangement.|
|Double Simplex||Offers two heads with two gear boxes each with independent stroke length control, and a common motor.|
Combines robustness of hydraulic diaphragm drives with the
unparalleled economy, simplicity and serviceability of mechanical
diaphragm liquid ends.
Handles capacities to 634 gph (2,400 l/h), back pressures to 175 psi (12
Non-loss-motion (amplitude modulation) stroke adjust mechanism renders
unrivaled efficiency, longevity and reliability.
Choice of two field convertible drives-direct coupled or pulley coupled.
Precision engineered liquid ends meter mild solutions, aggressive
chemicals, high viscosity polymers and slurries with far greater
efficiency than conventional liquid ends.
Clear PVC cartridge valves for fast, fool proof service with no piping
disturbances and built-in visual indication of operation.
Premium diaphragm design ensures high metering accuracy, even at varying
Efficient, reliable and smooth discharge pattern through the use of a variable non- loss-motion eccentric stroke adjustment
High metering accuracy even at varying discharge pressures
Choice of direct coupled or pulley driven, for an additional 4:1 turndown on stroke frequency
Fast and easy service of valve assemblies without disturbing the suction and discharge piping
Visual indication of operation with standard clear PVC valves housing
Choice of configurations:- simplex, duplex and double simplex.
Doseur à sec
Dry Chemical Feed Equipment and Control
We offer a variety of technologies for feeding and metering dry chemicals commonly used in the treatment of municipal and industrial water and wastewater.
Our extensive line of volumetric screw and belt-type volumetric and gravimetric feeders, feeder tank systems, lime-slaking systems and accessories can handle the most commonly used chemicals in the municipal water applications such as calcium oxide, calcium hydroxide, ferric sulfate, soda ash, potassium permanganate, aluminum sulfate, and carbon. Chemicals used in industrial processes include bleach, clay gypsum plastic pellets, pigments, and flour.
Typical applications include:
|Series 32-050 and 055
Volumetric Screw Feeders
|Timer and SCR controlled feeders with a wide range of capacities to 50 ft3/hr (1.5 m3/hr)|
Tank Feed System
|Volumetric Screw Feeder solution tank system designed for water and wastewater treatment applications. Standard Tanks sizes up to 500 gallons in painted steel or stainless steel|
Tank Feed System
|Belt-Type Feeder solution tank systems designed for water and waste-water treatment applications. Standard tank sizes up to 500 gallons in painted or stainless steel|
Digital Weightbelt Feeders
Potassium Permanganate Feeders
Glass Tube Purgemeters – Stainless Steel Metal Frame
UGSI Chemical Feed glass tube purge meters are available with stainless steel frames. An armored metal body version is available for higher pressures and higher temperature applications. Standard calibrations are in CCM, GPH, SCCM, SCFH and PERCENT
All meters feature an optional built-in flow-control valve, horizontal inlet and outlet connections, and an external threaded tube locking plug for easy tube removal. An optional purge type flow controller is available with the stainless steel flowmeters. It is available for inlet or outlet mounting.
Features & Benefits:
- Unique one piece frame design for strength and rigidity.
- Easy-to-remove metering tube.
- Choice of percent or engineering units.
- Positive tube locking mechanism.
- Maximum capacities from .32 CCM to 40 GPH Water, 30 SCCM to 110 SCFH air at STP.