PSG Neptune, Wilden Brand Pumps at Aquatech 2013

Contributed by: PumpScout Staff

Pump Solutions Group (PSG) is a business unit within the Dover Corporation specializing in the global production of positive displacement pumps and technologies. From June 5 to 7, the company showcased its products at Aquatech China in the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center. During the event, Neptune won second place for “Most Popular Pump Product.”

The Neptune Series 7000 Mechanically Actuated Diaphragm Metering Pumps were among the pumps featured at the 2013 exhibition. Ideal for use in water plant applications and high-volume wastewater treatment plants, the pumps are designed to handle clear liquids, with viscosities ranging from water-like to 1,500 cPs. The pump is manufactured in a variety of materials of construction and features a compact design with a small footprint.

The company also highlighted its unique triplex pump model, which features three pump heads driven by a single motor. The pump can handle flows to 4,200 L/h and pressures to 4 bar (58 psi), and has the ability to inject chemicals in three different lines at the same time.

“We are thrilled with the excitement and enthusiasm we received from attendees,” says David Wang, PSG Vice President of Asia-Pacific. “Being recognized by show management for having one of the most popular pumps at Aquatech China confirmed that great feedback we received from attendees throughout the show."


Other products displayed at the show include the following:

  • Neptune Series 600 Hydraulic Diaphragm Metering Pump
  • Wilden® Original ™ Series air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pump
  • Turbo-Flo Z air distribution system (ADS)

 

The Turbo-Flo Z is designed to maximize pump productivity and efficiency while reducing downtime. The pump series offers dry-run capabilities, the ability to handle flow up to 909 L/min, deadhead capabilities, safe and portable design, and environmentally and economically conscious processes.

 

Source: PSG Dover

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