FLUX drum and tote pumps are recommended for moving hazardous liquidsApril 4, 2019 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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In 1950, a German manufacturing company called FLUX achieved a milestone in fluid-control technology by inventing the electric drum pump. Nearly 70 years later, York Fluid Controls continues the FLUX tradition by supplying the manufacturer’s innovative drum pumps and tote pumps in Canada. These pump products are especially ideal for hazardous liquids.
An international leader in liquid-flow products, FLUX offers many great pumping solutions for a variety of applications.
A wide range of materials
York Fluid Controls offers many FLUX drum pumps and tote pumps, some of which are ATEX-certified for safe use with hazardous liquids. The portfolio includes eccentric worm-drive pumps, vertical centrifugal immersion pumps, and air-operated diaphragm pumps (or AOD pumps). Other options include two series of standard drum pumps for emptying barrels, sanitary and sealless drum pumps, and four models of ATEX-certified explosion-proof pump drive motors. These products have the competitive advantage of being available in a wide range of materials for different types of applications, such as stainless steel, aluminum alloy, Hastelloy C, polypropylene, and polyvinylidene fluoride.
FLUX specializes in the world’s best drum pumps and tote pumps above all other products. Manufacturers in Canada rely on this company’s talents for many telling reasons. FLUX uses versatile pump technology and intelligent solutions in these products, making them ideal for removing low-viscosity and highly flammable liquids from large plastic and metallic barrels. These pumps offer such benefits as high quality, long service life, operational safety, and minimal downtime expenses.
FLUX has never stopped dedicating itself to innovation since it developed the original electric drum pump. Most recently, the company has designed and developed two powerful new drum pump motors – the FEM 4070 and the F 457 – which offer safer, more ergonomic methods of pumping hazardous liquids. These new items serve as a tribute to FLUX’ devotion to high quality, user safety, and keeping industrial processes moving smoothly as they join the company’s expansion product range.
Whatever a business may need – be it pumping, emptying, mixing, filling, or metering – FLUX can offer a solution to make the application smoother and safer.
To learn more, contact York Fluid Controls.