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Advance 1000 Centrifugal Pump

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Advance 1000 Centrifugal Pump

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The Advance 1000 is one of the most efficient and adaptable centrifugal pumps of its kind. With an evenly balanced delivery of flow and pressure, the design of the pump, coupled with the chosen resins, produces a strong, durable, versatile unit that allows them to cover a broad range of applications. When used with the patented Impenatra® Seal, the fluid does not contact any metal parts. This allows it to properly handle many applications at a fraction of the cost of exotic alloys. In addition to ideal hydraulic coverage, the Advance 1000 has exceptional peak efficiency, allowing it to fit the bill where larger pumps are typically required. 

It is molded out of high-quality glass-filled Noryl®, which gives it many advantages. It has good resistance to most acids, alkalis and inorganics. Noryl® has excellent tensile strength, very low water absorption, and a continuous temperature rating of 194° F. We also offer the Advance 1000 line in polypropylene. 

Here is a small sampling of the chemicals handled. 

Corrosion Resistance: 

  • Acetic Acid (10%)
  • Nitric Acid (10%)
  • Hydrochloric Acid (10%, 37%)
  • Sulphuric Acid (10%, 60%)
  • Demineralized Water
  • Sodium Hydroxide (10%)
  • Ammonium Hydroxide (10%)
  • Sodium Bicarbonate (SAT.)
  • Ammonium Phosphate (SAT.)
  • Potassium Bicarbonate (SAT.)
  • Nickel Plating Solutions
  • Ferric Chloride (SAT.)
  • Phosphoric Acid
  • Ethylene Glycol 
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Inlet1.5 - 2.0"
Horsepower1/8 - 3
MaterialNoryl or Polypropylene
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