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iPC Series Diaphragm Pump
February 28th, 2008
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The air control system of an air driven diaphragm pump is an essential factor in pump performance. The Patent Pending Gorman-Rupp Integrated Pneumatic Control (iPC) System is constructed with durable, time-proven RAMPARTS® components for use in real-world applications. With its modular construction, it is both operator and maintenance friendly, allowing for in-place service and/or field retrofit of either RAMPARTS or competitors’ pumps. The Gorman-Rupp iPC System is designed for trouble-free operation at intermittent or continuous duties, as well as variations in temperature, air pressure or pump speed. The iPC System ensures a full displacement stroke every time, with no guesswork or special operator skills required. It also offers independent control of the suction and discharge strokes, allowing the pump to be ‘tuned’ to the application. These features make Gorman-Rupp iPC Air Driven Diaphragm pumps easier to apply and install, and more efficient to operate and maintain than conventional diaphragm pumps.
|Size:||1-1/2″ (37.5 mm), 2″ (50 mm), 3″ (75 mm), 4″ (100 mm)|
|Max Capacity:||170 GPM (11 lps)|
|Max Head:||200′ (61 m)|
|Max Solids:||2″ (51 mm)|
|Max Pressure:||100 PSI (7 BAR)|
Heavy-duty Construction for Longer Life
The rugged construction and extra-thick pump casing of Gorman-Rupp Air Driven Diaphragm pumps stand up to the abuses of the most demanding sludge and slurry applications. They overcome the “high wear” problem commonly found in double diaphragm and progressive cavity pumps. They are capable of operating dry, on suction lifts up to 20 feet, and handling high solids content up to approximately 70%.
Minimal Maintenance and Repairs
Air Driven Diaphragm pumps have only three moving parts so maintenance and service are minimal. Replacement of pump diaphragm can be accomplished in about one hour without disconnecting piping. Check valves can also be quickly and easily cleaned out using “twist lok” handles. No special tools required.