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KNF releases two new liquid diaphragm pumps

KNF, a New Jersey-headquartered gas pumps and systems manufacturer, has expanded its Smooth Flow series with the launch of two new liquid diaphragm pumps.

The FP 7 and FP 25 pumps offer adjustable flow rates from 15 to 70 millilitres a minute and 50 to 250 millilitres a minute, respectively.

Both pumps produce up to 1 bar (14.5 psi) pressure. High-pressure FP 1.7 and FP 25 versions achieve nominal pressures up to 6 bar (87 psi).

Each pump features an integrated, space-saving damper, which provides smooth, low-pulsation flow resistance. The dampers also reduce vibration and noise, as well as liquid shear forces, and prevents bubble formation.

Other features include four-point valves for reliable self-priming even at reduced motor speeds, and a digitally adjustable BLDC motor for precise pump control.

BLDC motors offer several advantages, ranging from a longer lifetime to higher efficiency and many more. When used in a pump, BLDC motors allow for electronic control and communication as well as digital pump customisation.

Applications for KNF’s liquid diaphragm pumps include medical equipment, inkjet printing, 3D printing, fuel cells, and solvent handling.

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