annular gear

annular gear

[′an·yə·lər ′gir]
(design engineering)
A gear having a cylindrical form.
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Outstanding resistance to both wear and chemical attack are among the key features of the HNP 11558 micro annular gear pump, recently added to the established range of HNP MZR internal gear pumps.
SPECIALIST pump maker Michael Smith Engineers has developed a range of micro annular gear pumps for the pharmaceutical industry.
Micro annular gear pumps offer precise flow rate control for optimum performance in various applications.
Company's line of high-pressure micro annular gear pumps is designed to offer greater flexibility and ease in equipment integration.
This line of micro annular gear pumps offer very compact size, precise flow rate control, and pulseless fluid delivery.
For applications requiring higher flow rates, higher pressures or aggressive dosing fluids, Bronkhorst employs HNP micro annular gear pumps, for flows up to 70kg/h, and Micropump liquid gear pumps, for flows up to 1000 kg/h, both series again offering high precision dosing and pulseless delivery.
High-pressure micro annular gear pumps offer flexibility and ease in equipment integration.
For maximum dosage accuracy, the micro annular gear pumps feature high precision rotors that provide tight flow rate control, even at differential pressures as high as 80 bar (1,160 psi).
The Micropump product offering includes its Series 120, 180, 200, and 220 external gear pumps, its Micro Annular Gear pumps, and its complete line of peristaltic pumps.
Series 120, 180, 200, and 220 external gear pumps, as well as micro annular gear pumps and peristaltic pumps, are miniature designs suitable for OEM applications requiring high flow rates and compact architectures.
Their extended product line includes magnetically driven low flow gear pumps, micro annular gear pumps, piston pumps, peristaltic pumps, programmable drives, OEM brushless DC motors and controllers, precision sample injection and switching valves and other fluidic assemblies.