Watson-Marlow to Showcase New Peristaltic Pump At WEFTEC

Sept. 18, 2014
The Qdos 60 is designed to reduce chemical metering costs

Watson-Marlow Pumps Group will showcase its new Qdos 60 peristaltic metering pump at WEFTEC 2014— the world’s largest annual water quality conference and exhibition— from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1, 2014, in New Orleans.

The Qdos 60 is designed to reduce chemical metering costs compared to conventional solenoid or stepper-driven diaphragm metering pumps. The new model follows the highly successful launch of the revolutionary Qdos 30 pump, expanding the Qdos range to incorporate flow rates from 0.001 to 15 GPH at 100psi. The Qdos range of pumps eliminates the need for ancillaries, boosts productivity,and cuts chemical wastage due to its highly accurate, linear and repeatable metering.

Simple installation and easy, tool-free maintenance ensures that total cost of ownership is minimized. Watson-Marlow's patented ReNupumphead technology provides a single, safely contained component for rapid maintenance without the need for tools. Qdos pumps are ideal for disinfection, pH adjustment and flocculation of drinking water, wastewater and industrial process water, as well as reagent dosing and metering in mineral processing tasks. The Qdos 60 is especially suited to chemical metering applications found in larger water treatment plants where flow demand is greater than that provide by the existing Qdos 30 model.

For more information on the Qdos 60 Peristaltic Metering Pump visit Watson-Marlow at WEFTEC Booth 3207.

Source: Watson-Marlow Pumps Group

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