Wanner T100 Series Diaphragm Pumps

Screenshot 2016-03-29 22.15.47Hydra-Cell “Packing-Free” Pumps

Wanner Hydra-Cell T100 Series pumps feature an exclusive seal-less diaphragm design that eliminates packing and plunger wear, leakage, external lubrication, and emission – resulting in lower costs of ownership and maintenance as well as longer service life than traditional packed pumps.

 

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Low Pressure
Model T100E

Maximum Operating
Speed:

  • 450 rpm

Maximum Capacity:

  • 3292 bpd
  • 96 gpm
  • 366 l/min

Maximum Discharge Pressure:

  • 1500 psi (103 bar)

Maximum Power Required:

  • 93 hp (69 kW)

Manifold Material:

  • Nickel Aluminum Bronze (NAB)
  • 316L Stainless Steel now available

T100E Details >

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Medium Pressure
Models T100K & T100M

Maximum Operating
Speed:

  • 450 rpm

Maximum Capacity:

  • K: 1543 bpd; M: 1302 bpd
  • K: 45 gpm; M: 38 gpm
  • K: 170 l/min; M: 143 l/min

Maximum Discharge Pressure:

  • K: 3000 psi (207 bar)
  • M: 3500 psi (241 bar)

Maximum Power Required:

  • 93 hp (69 kW)

Manifold Material:

  • Nickel Aluminum Bronze (NAB)
  • 316L Stainless Steel

T100K & T100M Details >

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High Pressure
Model T100S

Maximum Operating
Speed:

  • 450 rpm

Maximum Capacity:

  • 891 bpd
  • 96 gpm
  • 366 l/min

Maximum Discharge Pressure:

  • 5000 psi (345 bar)

Maximum Power Required:

  • 93 hp (69 kW)

Manifold Material:

  • Nickel Aluminum Bronze (NAB)
  • 316L Stainless Steel

T100S Details >

 

T100 Series High-pressure Pumps with an Exclusive Seal-less Diaphragm Design

  • Seal-less design separates the power end from the process fluid end, eliminating leaks, hazards, and the expense associated with seals and packing
  • Low NPSH requirements allow for operation with a vacuum condition on the suction – positive inlet pressure is not necessary
  • Can operate with a closed or blocked suction line and run dry indefinitely without damage, eliminating downtime and repair costs
  • Unique diaphragm design handles more abrasives with less wear than gear, screw or plunger pumps
  • Hydraulically balanced diaphragms to handle high pressures with low stress
  • Provides low-pulse, linear flow due to its multiple diaphragm design
  • Lower energy costs than centrifugal pumps and other pump technologies
  • Rugged construction for long life with minimal maintenance
  • Compact design and double-ended shaft provides a variety of installation options

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