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Michael Smith Engineers is offering the GAF series of electromagnetic gear pumps from Micropump. The pumps are suitable for fluid-transfer applications that require chemical resistance and leak-free operation and provide high differential pressures at low flows.

The pumps’ ability to deliver smooth flows over a range of pressures and temperatures makes them particularly suitable for fuel-cell applications — in R&D, test and development situations, for example — through to high-volume production applications.

The suction shoe design compensates for wear and makes the pumps particularly suitable for continuous-duty processes, while ensuring high efficiency at higher pressures.

Key features and benefits

  • The GAF series pumps are provided in a compact, robust package.
  • They provide extended differential pressures up to 250lb/in2 (17 bar) with pulseless flows up to 550ml/min.
  • Features include wear compensation for near-zero slip and extended life.
  • The magnetic drive eliminates the need for leak-prone shaft seals.
  • Precision pumping elements provide fluid delivery with continuous positive displacement, which also reduces system complexity by eliminating system pressure ‘spikes’ and the need for additional devices such as pulse dampeners.

Michael Smith Engineers

Michael Smith Engineers Ltd,  the UK’s leading pump specialist for difficult liquid handling applications since 1971,  provide representation in the UK for specialist pump manufacturers, with particular emphasis on sealless leak free pump technology.  Our product range includes magnetically driven gear pumps, magnetically driven centrifugal pumps (including metal, plastic and lined centrifugals),  canned motor centrifugal pumps, peristaltic pumps, tubular diaphragm pumps, metering pumps, valveless piston pumps, turbine  pumps,  high pressure diaphragm pumps, vane pumps and barrel emptying pumps. We can supply pumps in a wide choice of wetted materials for liquids between 0.2 cP and 500,000 cP, temperatures between -50 oC and +400 oC,  capacities from nanolitres per hour to m3  per minute and can offer pumps for  high system pressures up to 350 Bar and high discharge pressures up to 500 Bar.  Corrosion resistant materials are available for many of our ranges include metallic options of stainless steel and high nickel alloys or plastic options of PVC,  polypropylene, PVDF and ETFE. The main markets we service with our ranges of pumps are the chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and process sector with our larger pumps  as well as laboratories, research and development institutions and OEMs with our smaller pumps.  

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