Fluid Motion Solutions offers new pump features

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Fluid Motion Solutions, part of NOV Inc, has added several new features to its Mono EZstrip range of progressing cavity pumps, designed to make in-situ maintenance simpler for wastewater sludge applications.

With 360° access to the coupling rod and drive shaft for easy inspection, the new features include the benefit of a captive support foot.
With 360° access to the coupling rod and drive shaft for easy inspection, the new features include the benefit of a captive support foot.

The smooth-profile positive torque split coupling rod of the EZstrip pumps from Fluid Motion Solutions already alleviates potential ragging issues to reduce maintenance and assembly times. In addition, the pumps only need a spanner and an Allen key for quick and easy disassembly, de-ragging and servicing.

With 360° access to the coupling rod and drive shaft for easy inspection, the new features include the benefit of a captive support foot. If required, the full drive-train, including rotor, stator, shaft, rod, and seal can be quickly and safely removed, without physical electrical disconnection.

Available in cast iron or stainless-steel with a choice of rotor and stator materials to suit individual applications, the EZstrip range also benefits from a tie-bar-free design. EZstator clamps lock the stator securely into place, not only reducing stator removal time by over 50%, but improving the safety of common maintenance operations.