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ABEL compact membrane pumps

ABEL Pumps India develops and manufactures reciprocating positive displacement pumps for varying flow rates and pump pressures, specialising in diaphragm pumps. Depending on the design, they are suitable for abrasive, aggressive and even shear-sensitive media. The company is recognised around the world as one of the technological leaders in mechanical diaphragm pumps from the past 65 years with high reliability and low maintenance cost.ABEL CM piston membrane pumps are single- or double-action specialised pumps that are used for difficult media. They are highly resistant to wear, even when used at high pressure over extended period of time. Their true double-membrane technology offers a high degree of safety. When used as a pump for feeding filter presses, the rugged, automatic flow rate control (which does not use complex electronics) is another impressive feature that makes even more reliable.ABEL CM pumps: specialists for difficult media•    For sludge transfer•    Feeding filter presses, rotary kilns, or spray driers•    Raw sewage transfer•    Transfer of abrasive, corrosive, acidic, alkaline, pigmented, viscous and grainy media.The main features of CM pumpsOperational reliability through double membrane technology, capacity up to 215 cubic m/h and create pressure up to 6.4 MPa (930 psi). Its tested design, optimal controllability, long life, serviceability are the other special features and advantages.Advantages of ABEL CMABEL CM piston membrane pumps enable the transfer of highly abrasive, even grainy suspensions by using high-strength special membranes and ball valves, which prevent the medium being pumped from coming into contact with the piston and other mechanical control elements of the pumps.The use of big pulsation dampeners dependably avoids high pulsation and therefore the discontinuous discharge of the slurry over the entire pressure range. A frequency controlled drive allows exact flow adjustment in dependence upon the nozzle wear rate and thus a pressure control and an adaptation of the handling of various slip quantities to different granulates.

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