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The Graco Quantm next-generation electric-operated double diaphragm pump features a new electric motor design that is up to eight times more efficient than a standard pneumatic pump. It is suitable for nearly any fluid transfer application and offers a wide range of materials of construction to support multiple industrial and hygienic applications, including water treatment, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and more.
“The Quantm pump isn’t a new twist on old technology. It’s an entirely innovative design that changes how pumps perform in factories and other installations around the world,” says Dan Purkat, senior product marketing manager. “We’re excited to have created an advanced, extremely efficient design that is lightweight and provides significantly lower lifetime costs than other pump technologies. The pump modernizes operations by greatly reducing energy cost. This empowers industrial manufacturers to protect and grow margins and measurably contribute to energy savings, compliance, and environmental stewardship efforts.”
The electric Quantm pump is designed to be a reliable drop-in replacement for current pneumatic pumps or greenfield construction. It is built for harsh industrial or hygienic envrionments, yet its efficient design is lightweight and easy to maintain. With built-in controls and no gearbox, the pump also fits seamlessly into most fluid transfer applications.
“Our new Quantm pump is the perfect solution for upgrading less-efficient air-operated pumps,” says Jeffrey Shaffer, senior product marketing manager. “The same great self-priming, stalling, seal-less design with smooth, steady flow is a must-have for in-process applications, filling systems, and hygienic applications. The powerful new FluxCore motors and drives deliver up to eight times more continuous torque at low speeds than conventional motors, and the plug-and-play installation allows users to easily replace existing pumps without additional investment or infrastructure rework.”