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AMPCO ZP Series Pumps: MORE STANDARD FEATURES

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

APMCO LogoSanitary CPP Pumps with No Cost Upgrades!

The ZP pump series offers more standard features than the competition including a 304SS gear case.  ZP1 and ZP2 parts are interchangeable with competitor pumps.

The AMPCO ZP3 is a true innovation and offers front loading seals for easy maintenance.
The patent pending ZP3 offers a seal design that eliminates all dead zones and is fully CIP-able without modifications.
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Ampco’s ZP1 “Frac” Pump with the New PTFE Double Lip Seal

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

Ampco Offers New ZP1 Double Lip Seal for the Oil & Gas Industry

With the PTFE Double Lip Seal, ZP1 “Frac” pumps are ideal for replacing the Waukesha U1 pumps used on Hydraulic Fracturing rigs. The ZP1 Series pumps come with stainless steel gear cases and pump housings as standard. Smaller sized pumps use 316L stainless steel shafts and larger pumps use 17-4PH shafts.

Ampco also offers remanufacturing and rebuild services ideal for getting brand new pump performance for less than the cost of a new pump.
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Ampco Pump’s New AC+ Dry Blenders Offer Economical Powder Blending Options

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

Quickly and Easily Blend Powders with Liquids

The new AC+ Dry Blenders from Ampco Pumps uses the “tube within a tube” design to introduce powders into liquids. The powder is blended using an Ampco AC+ centrifugal pump. Rentals are available for trial and 6 week lead times ensure quick implementation.Ampco Ac Blender

AC+ Dry Blender Features:

  • All parts 316 Stainless Steel
  • Powder addition rates to 350 lb per minute
  • Liquid addition rates to 130 GPM
  • 60°, 304 SS Powder Hoppers

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Nickel Aluminum Bronze Pumps for Saltwater, Brackish Water, Waste Water and Pollution Control Applications

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Ampco Pumps Designed for Saltwater

Nickel Aluminum Bronze Outperforms Stainless Steel in Saltwater ApplicationsAmpco Saltwater Pump

The wetted end parts for these centrifugal pumps are made from CDA958 (Nickel Aluminum Bronze), which costs less than stainless steel and better resists the corrosion/erosion of saltwater. All of Ampco’s nickel aluminum bronze pumps (E, K and Z Series) have ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) type approval. Other Alloys are available as well as stainless steel.
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Ampco Shear Mixers: The Right Amount of Shear for Mixing

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

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Ampco Shear Blenders and High-Shear Blenders

The SB & SBH Shear Blenders utilize the design of the Ampco LM/LF Centrifugal Pumps series to create an innovative design in shear mixing. By replacing the impeller, cover and (for some applications) the impeller nut, Ampco was able to make a competitively priced shear mixer. They use the same wear parts as the LM/LF line to reduce replacement part cost.

Ampco Shear Blender SB:

  • Adjustable Clearance: .3 to 1.2mm
  • Reduces Undissolved Solids
  • Help Achieve Specified Final Mix

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New: Ampco’s ZP3 Rotary Lobe Pump Makes CIP Easy

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Ampco ZP3 Pump Saves Time, Money and Inventory ExpensesAmpco ZP3 Sanitary Lobe Pump, CIP, SIP

The ZP3 was designed with CIP Procedures in mind and is ready for in-line cleaning when it leaves the factory.  The pump is engineered to  have turbulent flow to the cover hub and over the seal faces.  The Custom Free Drain Design improves CIP ability while maintaining maximum pump efficiency.  All of these features ensure CIP Processes are easy and effective; with less cost, hassle and maintenance. (more…)

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Ampco AC Series Centrifugal Pumps with Interchangeable Parts

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

Ampco AC Centrifugal Pumps, Available For One Week Delivery

AC Series Sanitary Pumps:

  • Low cost
  • Parts 100% interchangeable with other leading brands
  • One week delivery

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