Superior Peristaltic Metering Technology. Smooth and Quiet Pumping Action. Highly Accurate Feed Capabilities.

ProSeries® Flex-Pro® Models

A2

  • MAX FEED:

    17.2 GPH (65.1 LPH)

  • MAX PRESSURE:

    125 PSI (8.6 bar)

A3

  • MAX FEED:

    33 GPH (125 LPH)

  • MAX PRESSURE:

    125 PSI (8.6 bar)

A4

  • MAX FEED:

    158 GPH (600 LPH)

  • MAX PRESSURE:

    125 PSI (8.6 bar)

Why are Flex-Pro® Peristaltic Pumps the right choice for your application?

Features

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Patented Tube Failure Detection

Detects tubing failure with no false triggering.

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One Button Prime

Operator-friendly touch pad.

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Multiple Signal Input and Output

(4-20mA, etc.)

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Precision Engineered Rollers

Two CNC precision machined squeeze rollers and two alignment rollers for optimum squeeze, unparalleled accuracy, and extended tube life.

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Easy Access

No tools required for pump head cover removal during routine maintenance.

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Pump Head Cover

Clear Polycarbonate for superior strength and chemical resistance.

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Three Position Pump Head Rotation

Left, Right, Down facing.

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Tubing Material Options

Norprene®, Tygothane®, and Norprene® Chemical

Flex-A-Prene® Dual Tube

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Chemical Resistant Fittings

Natural PVDF for optimum chemical resistance and fluid purity.

CASE STUDY

Flex-Pro® A3V with CHEM-FEED Skid System – Stanton Energy

Southern Company’s Stanton Energy Center located in Orlando, FL.  Stanton Unit A is a natural gas-fueled, combined-cycle electric-generating unit with a capacity to generate 656 megawatts.  The combined-cycle plant includes two natural gas-fired combustion turbines, two heat-recovery steam generators and a steam turbine.The application required Injecting 12.5% Sodium Hypochlorite (250 – 300 GPD) into the reuse water to prevent biological build-up within the water tubes of the condenser. Any buildup within the condenser would greatly reduce the efficiency to produce steam, hence less mechanical power. In a condensing turbine, the thermal energy of steam is converted into mechanical power, which is converted into electric power by a generator…

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