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Clark Solutions Stainless Steel Rotary Vane Pumps

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Clark Solutions Stainless Steel Rotary Vane Pumps

Clark Solutions Stainless Steel Rotary Vane Pumps

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Clark Solutions announces its PA Series Stainless Steel Rotary Vane Pumps. PA Series pumps are an excellent choice for a very wide variety of applications, including beverage handling systems, reverse osmosis and ultra-filtration systems, cooling and temperature control systems, misting systems, as well as water purification and potable water handling systems. All PA Series pumps have passed the NSF International certification process and are compatible for use in food, drinking water, and other applications.

PA Stainless Steel Rotary Vane Pumps are available in 8 displacements with flow rates to 144 gallons per hour, enabling users to match the right pump to a particular application’s displacement needs. PA Series pumps weigh less than 3 lbs. and can be easily connected to direct coupling motors with a stainless steel clamp, or to M71 and M80 UNELMEC or NEMA 56C frame motors with optional coupling and adapter sets. The pump housing and rotor on the PA Series Pumps are AISI 303 stainless steel, the pump chamber and vanes are composed of carbon graphite, and shaft sealing is provided by a mechanical face seal. The inlet and outlet ports are 3/8″ NPT female threaded. A built-in adjustable bypass to protect the pump and the system from unexpected pressure spikes is an available option.

Clark Solutions Stainless Steel Rotary Vane Pumps

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