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The use of GATHER process pumps

GATHER magnetic drive gear pumps are typically used for pulseless and precise dosing and metering low to medium viscous liquids, especially non-lubricating fluids such as water, salt solutions and solvents. They are also suitable for acidic and caustic solutions. The ability to generate pressure is also an advantage.

Thanks to the multitude of available material combinations and variable-speed pump drives, these pumps can be used in a wide application area. The GATHER process pumps are suitable for SIP & CIP applications.

Fluidic technology accessories such as connectors, adaptors, sensor technology products and filters are available to complete the scope of supply.

Advantages GATHER process pumps

  • Pulsation-free
  • Highly precise and reproducible dosing
  • CIP (Cleaning In Place)
  • SIP (Sterilization In Place)
  • No dead volume
  • Also suited for non-lubricating fluids
  • Corrosion-resistant materials
  • A multitude of material combinations
  • Bearing lubrication/ cooling by internal flushing ducts
  • Long life and maintenance-free
  • Simple pump head replacement (DIY)
  • Easily integrated into your existing equipment
  • Short delivery times!

Technical data GATHER process pumps

Flow rate 0.000333 up to 66.7 l/min
Temperature -200°C up to +450°C
Differential pressure max. 20 bar
System pressure -1 up to 325 bar
Viscosity from 0.1 up to 2,000 mPas (specials up to 10,000 mPas)
Materials Standard SS, Hastelloy, Titanium. Various materials for wetted parts.
Certification ATEX, CE, material and test certificates

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Examples of application areas for GATHER process pumps

  • Chemical industry
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Process engineering
  • Medical technology
  • Plant construction
  • Food processing
  • Water management
  • Cryogenics