The seal-less design of Hydra-Cell D66 pumps means there are no mechanical seals, cups, or packing to leak, wear, or replace.
The seal-less design of Hydra-Cell D66 pumps means there are no mechanical seals, cups, or packing to leak, wear, or replace.

Wanner Engineering has introduced the Hydra-Cell D66 Series seal-less positive displacement pumps for use in processing, OEM, municipal, and commercial applications.

The new Hydra-Cell pumps offer a maximum flow capacity of 65.7 gpm (248.7 l/min) and pressure ratings up to 700 psi (48 bar) for models featuring brass, ductile iron, or 316L stainless steel (metallic) pumps heads and 250 psi (17 bar) for models equipped with polypropylene (non-metallic) pump heads.

The company says that the seal-less design of Hydra-Cell D66 pumps means that there are no mechanical seals, cups, or packing to leak, wear, or replace. It has spring-loaded, horizontal disk check valves and the D66 seal-less design allows it to handle viscous fluids and abrasive particulates up to 800 microns in size. The D66 also features Wanner Engineering’s Kel-Cell technology so that in the event of a closed or clogged inlet condition, the D66 will run dry indefinitely without damage to the pump.

The new Hydra-Cell D66 is available with NPT or BSPT as well as SAE flanged NPT or BSPT ports and with a choice of pump head, valve, diaphragm, and o-ring materials.