duplex pump

duplex pump

[′dü‚pleks ‚pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
A reciprocating pump with two parallel pumping cylinders.
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A hydraulically driven duplex pump transfers water from a stainless steel 60-gal.
Duplex pump configurations are ideal for proportional mixing and dilutions, as well as dual production line dispensing.
The DPU, or duplex pump unit, is designed to automatically circulate and clean the fuel in fuel storage tanks on a pre-programmed schedule.
Applications for the KD and KDH Single-Stage Duplex pump are drying chambers, degasifiers, filling machinery and evacuation of process chambers.
This system features a unique valve-less duplex pump design.The primary pump injects liquid hypochlorite directly into the water main, and the secondary pump removes out-gas bubbles from the system, preventing loss of prime.
They are available with a choice of three different microprocessor-based controllers, an integrated simplex or duplex pump, and a 28-L reservoir.
Other standard features include an integrated simplex or duplex pump, rapid response heater, and easy access sample immersion.