Even high-viscosity liquids exceeding 300,000 mPa•s can be transferred.
These Smoothflow Pumps are capable of transferring a wide range of liquids, from water-like liquids to paste-like high-viscosity liquids.
- * Results vary depending on the properties of the liquid. Testing with actual liquids is highly recommended.
No damage to the transfer liquid
Liquids are not scraped, and pressure is not applied locally.
No leaks, no contamination
The pumps do not include any shaft seals, so there’s no need to worry about liquid leakage or entry of foreign matter.
No rotating or sliding components are used for liquid end parts, creating a structure that is highly resistant to wear.
Minimal residual liquid
The compact design of the liquid end parts means no precious liquids are wasted.
Dry running is OK
The absence of sliding parts means there’s no need to worry about heat generation or malfunctions caused by dry-running.
Easy disassembly and cleaning
The pumps can be disassembled without any special tools, allowing any residual liquids to be quickly wiped away.
Contact TACMINA to request a test using your actual liquid.
At TACMINA’s “Liquid Solution Center <LABII>”, pumps can be used to perform liquid transfer tests with the liquids that are actually used by our customers. Specialized technicians are available for consultations regarding liquid transfers, and a detailed report on the test results is also issued. This makes it possible for our customers to consider using liquids that are difficult to transfer and switching from other types of pumps with peace of mind.
Pumps can be loaned out for trial use.
This enables our customers to test pumps installed in the actual piping in place at their worksites.
We offer a system that you can count on, with a design that maximizes the potential of Smoothflow technology and a configuration that puts safety and maintainability first.
|2L class||10L class|
|Max. discharge volume*1||L/min||2||10|
|Max. discharge pressure||MPa||0.5|
Values are for a high-viscosity liquid (30,000 mPa·s).