UCL non-metallic mechanical seal pump launched

CDR Pumps has launched the new UCL and UCL-B (close coupled version) range of pumps.
CDR Pumps has launched the new UCL and UCL-B (close coupled version) range of pumps.

CDR Pumps has launched the new UCL and UCL-B (close coupled version) range of pumps.  The range supersedes the UCN-L and UCN-BL range of which has enjoyed many years of service in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry. CDR, which was formed over 40 years ago and is based in Northamptonshire, has also announced its latest training course which will take place in June. The new unit is an ISO5199 pump available in material including Polypropylene lined, PVDF lined or PFA lined for the harshest of duties.  The unit offers many Impeller options such as closed for highly efficient clean liquids, open style for solids laden product, and recessed Impeller for slurry duties. Various mechanical seal options are available including our own slurry type seal available in both single and double configurations. The units boasts a heavy duty, double angular contact bearing arrangement, rigid shaft to reduce shaft deflection, and full interchangeability with the UTN-L (mag-drive) option for maximum interchangeability on-site.

CDR's next training course will take place on June 12 at the company's offices in Wellingborough. A full-day course, starting 9.30am, it will cover the following key subjects: Pumping fundamentals - giving an understanding of how pumps operate, and the effects pumping systems have to rotating equipment Pump design.  looking at the key design features of centrifugal pumps, the important 'bits' and principal of how they work reliably Pump strip - stripping down pumps with 'hands on' experience for participants and also rebuilding, highlighting the key critical aspects. Problem solving - troubleshooting looking at vibration, power consumption, vibration, duty variations and how pump performance is linked to the process plant Failure analysis - looking at modes of failure, the causes, the indicative signs of wear, the remedy and cost effective protection.

CDR's training sessions are structured for project engineers, maintenance engineers and purchasing professionals who are users of pumps and are involved in the operation of pumps, plant problem solving, reliability or plant improvements.  

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