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Chlorine Pump

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Stenner 85MP Models
 Stenner Series 85MP Pumps - Fixed Rate
Our Price: $371.62
Sale Price: $238.00
Savings: $133.62
 
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Stenner Series 85MP Fixed Rate Pumps - 25 & 100 psi. Includes models 85MPHP5, 85MPHP10, 85MPHP17, 85MP1, 85MP2, 85MP3, 85MP4, and 85MP5. 
Stenner 45M Pump
 Stenner Series 45M Pumps
Our Price: $519.99
Sale Price: $339.99
Savings: $180.00
 
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Stenner Series 45M Pumps - 25 &100 psi. Covers 45MHP2, 45MHP10, 45MPH20, 45M1, 45M2, 45M3, 45M4, and 45M5 models. 
Stenner 85M Pump
 Stenner Series 85M Pumps
Our Price: $519.99
Sale Price: $339.99
Savings: $180.00
 
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Stenner Series 85M Pumps - 25 & 100 psi. Includes models 85MHP10, 85MHP17, 85MHP40, 85M1, 85M2, 85M4, and 85M5. 
This product takes up to 48 hours to ship. Please order directly online. Each pump is manufactured to order. There are 4 manufacturing drop ship points. So you should get your pump within a week.

Pumping chlorine (sodium hypochlorite) at times may be difficult. Chlorine will naturally degas causing typical metering pumps to lose prime. This problem becomes even more of a pain in summer months when chlorine temperatures may rich higher temperatures. For this reason, the pump of choice is Stenner Pumps. Stenner Pump is an excellent Chlorine Pump since it is a peristaltic pump.

Stenner Pumps come in multiple gpd both fixed and variable rate.

The individual part number provides detailed break down of the pump control, pressure rating, tube number, voltage & hertz, suction & discharge tubing size, and tubing material.

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Needing the pump bleach (Sodium Hypochlroite)? This is the best Bleach pump out there. No worries about priming or gas bubbles! The files below are a complete break down of the Stenner 45 Series Pumps Part Numbers and Chemical Resistant Guide for Stenner 45 Peristaltic Pumps. Use the chemical resistant guide for proper peristaltic pump tube material selection. The individual part number provides detailed break down of the pump control, pressure rating, tube number, voltage & hertz, suction & discharge tubing size, and tubing material.

For a complete listing of Stenner Pumps please visit our main ordering site at www.ChemWorld.com.

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Chlorine Pumps

A chlorine pump, or chemical feed pump, is a device used to dispense chemicals into a water system. It is usually made from durable materials. Stainless steel and iron is excluded because of the corrosion tendencies of chlorine. There are four basic types, named according to the pump’s mechanism of drawing fluid: centrifugal, metering, positive displacement peristaltic pump.
  • Centrifugal pump are the most common type and is typically used for large fluid discharge through smaller heads. It is called as such because it uses a rotating impeller to generate velocity and increase fluid pressure and flow rate. The fluid enters the impeller near or along the rotating axis. It is then accelerated by the impeller until fluids are pushed to an outlet, before it exits downstream into a piping. The velocity of liquid being pumped is converted into pressure.
  • A metering pump is used to draw a wide variety of chemical agents in precise, adjustable flow rates. Pumped fluid is drawn into a chamber, closing the inlet valve and releasing the fluid afterwards through an outlet valve. Pumps of this type usually have a pump head and a motor. It can also be adjusted either manually or automatically.
  • A positive displacement pump causes fluid movement by trapping a fixed amount of fluid before forcing it into the discharge pipe. It uses rollers, gears, or impellers to move fluid into a fixed cavity, so that the vacuum created through the exiting liquid can draw in more fluid. Volume remains constant in each cycle of operation. A positive displacement pump is considered a constant flow machine because in theory, it produces the same flow in a given speed whatever the discharge pressure is. In reality, however, true constant flow rate cannot be achieved because there is a slight increase in internal leakage as the pressure increases.
All three pumps have one problem as a chlorine pump. Chlorine self degasses causing all three pumps to lose prime.  Peristaltic used as a Chlorine Pump is the most cost-efficient way to pump chlorine. The life of a peristaltic pump may also be enhanced with peristaltic pump lubrication.

Chlorine pumps are use various sources of energy like AC/DC voltage, hydraulic or pneumatic systems, gasoline or diesel engines, steam, water, or natural gas. Each type is operated depending on its specific fluid handling requirements it will work on like the chemical agent to be used, ambient temperature, and fluid pressure.

Stenner Pumps

Stenner Pumps are the best Chlorine Pump out there. For a complete line of Stenner Pumps, please visit our ECommerce site at:


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