The New Hydra-Cell T200 Seal-less Pump

11 June 2019

The new Hydra-Cell T200 Series Medium Pressure pump features a seal-less, packing-free design and lowers the cost of ownership, reduces maintenance needs, and provides a longer service life than competitive pumping technologies.

With flow capacities up to 95 gpm (359.6 l/min; 3258 BPD) and pressure ratings to 3500 psi (241 bar), the pump is ideal for oil and gas production, mining operations, boiler feed, high-pressure cleaning, and other applications.

Like other Hydra-Cell seal-less, positive displacement pumps, the T200 separates the hydraulic (power) end from the fluid (process) end. There are no dynamic seals, cups or packing to leak, wear or replace, and volatile organic compounds are fully contained. The seal-less design, combined with robust check valves, enable the pump to handle abrasive particles up to 800 microns in size.

Performance Benefits:
-Low NPSH requirements allow for operation with a vacuum condition on the suction - positive suction 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.
-Lower energy costs than centrifugal pumps.
-Rugged construction for long life with minimal maintenance.
-Compact design offers a variety of installation options.
-Exceeds API 675 performance standards; models available to meet API 674.
-Maximum Inlet Pressure: 500 psi (34 bar)
-Operating Temperature: 40°F to 180°F (4.4°C to 82.2°C)
-Pump Head: Nickel Aluminum Bronze (NAB)

T200 Medium Pressure Pump Models
-T200K Max. 95 gpm (359.6 l/min) 3258 BPD @ 3000 psi (207 bar)
-T200M Max. 85 gpm (321.8 l/min) 2915 BPD @ 3500 psi (241 bar)

Available with steel NPT threaded ports, weld neck steel (including 316L SST), or ANSI flange ports (steel and 316L SST). Also available in a variety of diaphragm and valve materials.

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