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Pumps 2000 America Introduces Dual-Diaphragm, High-Volume, 3″ Ball Valve Pump That Sets the Industry Standard for Flow Rate

Pumps 2000 America is now offering the latest technology in diaphragm pumps by introducing the 3” HV High-Volume Ball Valve Pump. This air-operated, dual-diaphragm pump has a flow rate of 417 gpm — significantly greater volume at every point on the curve than competing models are capable of handling. Although the outer chamber and ports are 3 inches, this pump uses a 4-inch patented air motor which contains the best features of the Pumps 2000 line, utilizing new technology for increased efficiency. The 3″ HV High-Volume Ball Valve Pump is ideal for the most demanding applications in many industries, including mine & tunneling, chemical manufacturing, construction, food processing, general manufacturing, marine, oil & gas production, pollution control, pulp & paper manufacturing, railroad, sanitation, and water & wastewater treatment.

“The 3” HV Ball Valve Pump will out-perform and outlast all others due to a number a number of patented design features,” says Lou Beatty, director of sales and marketing. “Several patented features make it possible for Pumps 2000 to offer market-leading low life cycle cost while delivering outstanding performance in the harshest environments as these pumps are designed specifically to handle abrasive, solid-laden and corrosive fluids.” Key features and benefits include:

  • Patented long-life diaphragm and self-cleaning valve
  • Large solids handling up to 1.3″
  • Longer-lasting, self-lubricating, Non-stalling, anti-icing modular air motor components that never need lubrication
  • Conductive plastic (FRASplas) safe for explosive environments, rated and certified to ATEX M1
  • High Suction lift
  • Can be repaired onsite

Pumps 2000 America is now offering the latest technology in diaphragm pumps by introducing the 3″ HV High-Volume Ball Valve Pump. This air-operated, dual-diaphragm pump has a flow rate of 417 gpm — significantly greater volume at every point on the curve than competing models are capable of handling.