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Learn More About the Husky 1050e Electric Operated Diaphragm Pumps

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

Graco 1050e Electric Driven Diaphragm PumpsHusky 1050e EOD pumps offer some advantages over normal AOD pumps. Find out when you should use an EOD pump instead of an AOD and what sets the 1050e series apart from other EOD pumps in this presentation or the PDF.

1050e Features:

  • Low Pulsation Mode
  • Accurate, Repeatable Batch Dispensing
  • No shop air needed
  • Able to run against closed discharge (deadhead)

Watch Videos on Theory of Operation and More for Graco EODD Pumps HERE

View/Download the 1050e Process Tech Tips Presentation Notes HERE:

Discover How to use the Graco Motor Control Unit in this Videos HERE:

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Graco Husky 1050e Electric Driven Diaphragm Pumps

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

Graco 1050e EODD Pump Electrically Operated Double Diaphragm Pump

Graco’s 1050e EODD Pumps are the only electric driven diaphragm pumps that can stall under pressure. They run quieter than AODD pumps, are more efficient and have the ability to run in low pulsation mode. Multiple materials of construction are available and connection types. Contact Springer Pumps to find out more!
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Positive Displacement Pump Problems?

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

New Type of Positive Displacement Pump Solves Common Issues

Qts Gif Loop Red Balls

Positive displacement pumps are used successfully in a wide range of applications in almost every industry. Many of these applications, however, suffer from a wide range of problems common to pumps like rotary lobe, rotary piston and progressive cavity pumps. Whether it be cavitation, rotor-to-body contact, wear due to tight clearances and abrasive fluids, loud operating noise or frequent repairs due to axial deflection, these issues cause no end of headaches to the plant maintenance personnel that deal with them.

Enter in the QTS Twin Screw pump. Twin screw pumps solve many of these problems. Due to the inherent qualities of the pump design they rarely produce cavitation (low NPSH requirements), there is no body/rotor or rotor/rotor contact (even at high pressures), abrasive fluids don’t cause nearly as much wear, they operate at very low noise levels and have absolutely zero axial deflection. QTS Twin Screw pumps are the future of positive displacement pumping.

WATCH THE QTS PUMP DEMONSTRATION VIDEO HERE

Contact us by phone, through EMAIL or SUBMIT A RFQ through our site today to find out how Springer Pumps can improve your process performance and your bottom line with a QTS pump today!

Additional QTS Series Features:

  • LOW Pulsation Flow
  • Bi-Directional Flow, Self-Priming in Both Directions
    • Low NPSH Requirements, Reduces Possibility of Cavitation
  • Fully Drainable, CIP-able Design
    • Can be used for Process CIP Pump, Eliminating the Need for Second Pump and Equipment
  • Extremely Low Shear, Gentle Product Handling
  • High-Speed Operation, Up to 3000 RPM
  • And More…



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The Brewer’s Solution for Pumping Yeast: Masosine Pumps

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

Masosine MRS Sine PumpFor brewing beer, the yeast is one of the most important ingredients. Many of the oldest breweries have climate controlled vaults to keep their original yeast strains protected or send them to places such as NCYC to ensure the continuation of their signature brews. Few, however, consider the damage done to live yeast when pumping it into the wort stream for fermentation. Many pump types roughly handle liquids and reduce the amount of live yeast that enters the fermenter, which results in longer fermentation times or bad/off batches of beer. Masosine pumps eliminate this problem with gentle, low sheer, low pulsation pumping action.
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GRACO 1050e Electric Diaghram Pumps

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

Graco 1050e Electric Driven Diaphragm PumpsUnique design makes these the only electric diaphragm pumps on the market that will stall under pressure; the pumps can be deadheaded without damage. Up to 5x more efficient then air operated models with reduced pulsation.

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