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EMEC Americas, Inc.

Address 1365 Piper Road, Ashby, MA, 01431, US
Phone (978)386.0000
Fax Fax: (978) 386-0002
Email [email protected]
Website emecpumps.com/8515/with_flash/html/index.html

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METERING PUMPS

EMEC Pumps are ideal for use in a variety of oil and gas installations such as offshore platforms, pump jacks, gathering systems, refineries and pipeline and distribution systems. EMEC metering pumps are capable of flow rates up to 47.5 gph at pressures from 0 to 363 psi. Liquid end options include Acrylic, PP, PVDF and Stainless Steel. EMEC also manufactures a complete line of electronic controllers capable of adjusting chemical injection. Several models integrate the controller and pump to reduce the installed footprint and installation cost.

EMEC Americas announces five-year metering pump diaphragm warranty

EMEC Americas, Inc. has announced a new five-year diaphragm warranty on all new solenoid-actuated metering pumps. This warranty exceeds the closest industry competitive warranty by two years and is unduplicated by any other solenoid metering pump manufacturer.

PPM METERING PUMP

EMEC Americas, Inc. introduces a new microprocessor controlled metering pump that automatically calculates the parts per million(ppm) of required chemical concentration based on the flow rate received from an inline meter. Because the calculation of ppm is not static to flow, the new MF Series Metering Pump increases the accuracy of your critical ppm chemical injection applications by dynamically adjusting the dosing as the flow rate changes.

NEW MICROPROCESSOR PPM METERING PUMP

EMEC Americas, Inc. introduces a new microprocessor controlled metering pump that automatically calculates the parts per million (ppm) of required chemical concentration based on the flow rate received from an inline meter. Because the calculation of ppm is not static to flow, the new MF Series Metering Pump increases the accuracy of your critical ppm chemical injection applications by dynamically adjusting the dosing as the flow rate changes.