Moyno Inc. offers the
MoynoÂ® Metering Pump with enhanced pumping elements and integral
VFD/Motor Controls. These features will help expand the scope of metering
applications and enhance economical and efficient performance when metering
low-flow liquids in a wide range of processing applications including dosing,
sampling and metering. The integral VFD/motor controls will improve metering
accuracy and repeatability.
The progressing cavity design of the Moyno Metering Pump
results in a smooth flow free from pulsations and variations in velocity and
volume to prevent material waste or mixture imbalance. Additional advantages
and features of the new line-up of Moyno Metering Pumps include:
Capacities from 0.1 to 400 GPH
Precise flow control at low rph
All close-couple pumps are now stainless steel for better corrosion protection.
Simple, on-site maintenance for reduced downtime.
Pressures up 300 psi
Handles simple drive function commands to demanding positioning controls.
LED external displays are visibly and ergonomically user-friendly.
The Moyno Metering Pump is available in bare-shaft and
close-coupled configurations. All models are capable of handling a wide variety
of fluids from clean, clear liquids to abrasive, corrosive fluids, solids in
suspension and viscous materials.
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