Pumps Ingersoll Rand Launches Air Operated AROTM Dose Pumps

Editor: Dominik Stephan

Pump specialist Ingersoll Rand announced the launch of its new ARO air operated diaphragm dose pumps. The new product line expands Ingersoll Rand’s existing AROTM positive displacement pump portfolio that includes peristaltic hose pumps and piston pumps enabling high level of reliability, efficiency and productivity.

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New Delhi/India – The new PD01 series ¼" pump is designed for dosing applications in the commercial laundry, car wash, wastewater treatment, paint, inks and packaging markets, and many other applications where accurate and repeatable dosing is integral to the process being performed.

The new ¼" series pump comes with a solenoid-actuated valve option to electronically control the volume of fluid dispensed which allows the ¼" diaphragm pump to operate with accuracy. Designed for clog-free operation, the ¼" pump allows solids up to 1/16" in diameter to pass through the pump. This feature meets or exceeds competitive dosing pump capacities and offers suction lift capabilities of up to 31.7 feet and 15 feet of dry lift. The pumps are available in a variety of nonmetallic materials, including groundableacetal, kynar, and polypropylene with santoprene, hytrel, nitrile and PTFE elastomer options.

Product Manager, ARO Diaphragm Pumps –Ingersoll Rand (India) Limited, Neeraj Naik said, “We have always made efforts to bring innovation to the industry with our new product lines. The ARO Dose pump has been built with superior technology that offers flexibility to our customers in terms of placing orders based on the liquids being pumped, providing a cost-effective solution for their application. The 1/4″ diaphragm pumps offer with the Flex-Check option enabling360-degree mounting, making them ideal for tight space applications.”

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