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Integrated Process Solutions (IPS) initially got involved in pumps in order to provide one of the 3 major parts of a fluid control system. Most systems require pumps, such as a centrifugal pump, a positive displacement pump, a mag drive pump, or a chemical injection pump. Although we offer many styles of technology in pumps to suit your every need, most of what we provide falls under the centrifugal technology.
While centrifugal pumps are most often used to induce a pressurized liquid flow in a controllable fashion by engaging the fluid with strong rotational kinetic energy, they can also help in raising liquid levels. IPS provides rugged, quality centrifugal pumps. Within centrifugal pumps, we have standard cast iron pumps, stainless steel pumps, 3A sanitary centrifugal pumps, and more.
- Magnetic Coupled Seal-Less Centrifugal Pumps – Magnetic coupled seal-less centrifugal pumps are magnetic drive pumps, which use a set of magnets in order to drive the motor force through a thin wall to the liquid side. This results in a seal-less style pump that provides longevity for moving chemicals or other harsh fluids that typically damage seals. Magnetic coupled seal-less centrifugal pumps carry various advantages over their sealed counterparts. They are quick and easy to install, cost-effective, maintenance-free, and eco-friendly. Zero leakage and total control of fugitive emissions make these pumps an ideal choice for handling hazardous or volatile chemicals. Magnetic centrifugal pumps offered by IPS eliminate the use of dynamic seals and are the safest and robust equipment for chemical transfer. They come in stainless steel and a variety of plastic pump housings.
- Multistage Centrifugal Booster Pumps – The more stages a pump has, the higher the final discharge pressure. IPS’ multistage centrifugal booster pumps have the unique ability to produce higher and higher pressures with every stage, while maintaining constant flow for a given RPM.
Most centrifugal pumps can also be offered with explosion-proof motors and NSF ratings for drinking water to NSF 61 codes. All our pumps meet ASME standards, and we can provide selection assistance for your application.
Apart from centrifugal pumps, we also supply double diaphragm pumps, high pressure pumps for RO, peristaltic hose pumps, chemical injection pumps, and more.
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