New Diaphragm Liquid Pump Introduced by Gardner Denver Thomas

Contributed by: PumpScout Staff

Gardner Denver Thomas, a pump manufacturer that offers a wide range of products that include pressure, vacuum and liquid technologies, including WOB-L pistons, articulated pistons, diaphragms, and more, has just introduced its new diaphragm liquid pump 1510. The new pump is designed for fast suction of liquids, even when the medium is mixed with gas, by ensuring a consistent flow with minor pulsation. This specialized feature makes the Thomas 1510 pump a great addition to existing laboratory equipment and inkjet printing operations. With three manufacturing facilities in North America, Germany, and China, and 850 people employed in 18 countries, the new diaphragm liquid pump 1510 will be available to customers worldwide.

The Thomas 1510 pump equips laboratory instruments with the ability to produce higher throughputs and reliable test results. It can empty vessels very fast while providing residue-free performance, thanks to its high-suction capabilities.

Inkjet printers require steady delivery of ink to the print head in order to achieve the very best printing quality. The Thomas 1510 has a special design that provides consistent flow with little pulsation, while delivering bubble-free ink to the print head.

The diaphragm liquid pump from Gardner Denver Thomas is available with an optional integrated pressure relief valve for increased safety. This optional valve is able to avoid overpressures in the system that could lead to leakage and damages in the machine that are caused by liquid.

The Thomas 1510 diaphragm pump can also be customized with a variety of abrasion or chemical resistant materials, depending on the application. This is especially valuable for use with industrial inkjet printers that process inks with special additives. One example is the ceramic tile printing industry because the process often includes particulate material or chemically aggressive substances that require a pump with a more durable coating.

Source: Gardner Denver

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