HM Hydraulic Piston Diaphragm Pumps

HM Hydraulic Piston Diaphragm Pumps

HM Hydraulic Piston Diaphragm Pumps

These Piston Diaphragm Pumps are reliable under high-pressure and increased flow rates.

The ABEL HM Piston Diaphragm Pump Range has been especially developed for operations with increased flow rates combined with high operating pressures. During the last 20 years we have constantly developed our products to comply with the latest challenges and requirements in the industry.

ABEL HM PISTON DIAPHRAGM PUMPS are available as single or double-acting models as well as assuring an increased performance, reliable functionality and especially low operating and maintenance costs. They can be utilized for flow rates up to 90 m³/h, and up to 10.0 MPa operation pressure. The ABEL HM Pumps are equipped with pre-formed diaphragm which remain stable throughout the duration of the pumping operations. The ABEL HM construction method has been tested in many various industries, as well as with very difficult media, and has been proved to be operationally secure as well as providing a very high membrane, service life time. The parts of the pump which will come into contact with the materials to be pumped are made of nodular cast iron (also rubber-coated), polypropylene, cast steel or stainless steel.

This pump model has developed into the first choice product for critical process operations, such as spray dryer feeding or also for the transport of highly abrasive slurries containing heterogeneous grain sizes. When utilized as a filter press feed pump with a pressure sensor control, this piston diaphragm pump model is very energy efficient, has a long service life and a high operational capacity.

Areas of operation for the ABEL HM

  • For slurry transfer
  • For filter press feed
  • For reactor feed
  • In the mining industry
  • In coal fired power plants
  • In the ceramic and chemical industries
  • In steel works
  • In water works and sewage treatment plants

Explosion-proof (ATEX) designs are also possible

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