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Eccentric Disc Pumps Eccentric Disc Pumps Meeting the Challenges in Oil & Gas Market

Editor: Dr. Jörg Kempf

Mouvex’s A Series eccentric disc pumps have incorporated a variety of upgrades to meet the growing global demand within the oil & gas market.

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A Series pumps doubled its maximum differential pressure from 5 bar (72 psi) to 10 bar (145 psi), enabling it to be used in the safe transfer of viscous, non-lubricating, volatile or delicate fluids in a variety of oil & gas applications.
A Series pumps doubled its maximum differential pressure from 5 bar (72 psi) to 10 bar (145 psi), enabling it to be used in the safe transfer of viscous, non-lubricating, volatile or delicate fluids in a variety of oil & gas applications.
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The A Series eccentric disc pumps are now available in ductile iron construction — a critical upgrade as more companies in the oil & gas industry are integrating ductile iron systems into their processes. Additional upgrades to Mouvex’s A Series pumps include the implementation of ISO PN16/ANSI 150 flanges while offering both Mouvex or standardized mechanical seals, which helps expedite installations regardless of location.

A Series pumps also doubled its maximum differential pressure from 5 bar (72 psi) to 10 bar (145 psi), enabling it to be used in the safe transfer of viscous, non-lubricating, volatile or delicate fluids in a variety of oil & gas applications.

Mouvex A Series positive displacement pumps have maximum speeds to 600 rpm, maximum flow rates to 55 m3/h (242 gpm), as well as suction and discharge ports from 1 1/2” through 4” in size. These pumps enable product transfer up to 80°C (176°F), and feature self-priming and run-dry capabilities while maintaining constant flow rates regardless of changes in viscosity and pressure. The pumps also maintain their initial performance over time and are Atex-certified for use in potentially dangerous environments with the ability to run-dry for up to six minutes.

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