Centrifugal Pump For Liquid Transfer

Finish Thompson's AC5 centrifugal pump is designed for sanitary applications and offers efficiency and reliability for liquid processing applications.

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Finish Thompson Inc., an international leader in the corrosive chemical transfer industry, highlights its AC5 centrifugal pump for liquid processing applications in the food and beverage industry. As a horizontal centrifugal pump, the AC5 is ideal for various industries, including chemical processing, printed circuit boards, pharmaceuticals, and wastewater treatment.

The AC5 centrifugal pump features a close coupled design, with standard, recessed, or high head impellers available. Multiple seal offerings provide flexibility, and the pump is compatible with NPT, BSP, flanged, or tri-clamp connections. Built from high quality 316 stainless steel, it is constructed with FKM, EPDM, PTFE, or FDA-compliant Buna o-rings, and mounts to both NEMA and IEC motor frames. A back pullout design and secure V-clamp housing connection makes maintenance easy and minimizes downtime.

The AC5 centrifugal pump is available in FDA-compliant construction, making it suitable for use in food and beverage processing facilities where sanitary standards are paramount. It is also suitable for chemical processing, printed circuit boards, pharmaceutical, and wastewater treatment applications as well. Built with quality and efficiency in mind, the AC5 pump offers reliability and performance for a wide range of liquid transfer applications.

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