SELECT YOUR LIQUID PUMP
The NEW Haskel Liquid Pump Selector / eCatalog provides an easy to use intuitive “Pump Selection Wizard.’ The Wizard calculates pump selections from user input and can also provide side by side pump comparisons for easy pump selection. The eCatalog also provides complete specifications for all pumps. An RFQ Cart is provided to easily forward your request to Haskel.
High Pessure Air Driven Liquid Pumps
Haskel's High Pressure Air Driven Liquid Pumps now offer the most complete range of models in the industry whether measured by ultimate pressure, flow or output horse-power capability; or by variety of liquids with which the are compatible.
Why Use Haskel Air Driven Pumps?
Haskel High Pressure Air Driven Liquid Pumps offer many advantages over conventional electrical driven units such as:
Ability to install at any predetermined pressure and hold this fixed pressure without
consuming power or generating heat.
No heat, flame or spark risk.
Infinitely variable cycling speed output.
Up to 100,000psi (7,000 bar) pressure capability.
Easy to apply automatic controls.
No limit or adverse effect to continuous stop/start applications.
Air drive does not require an external line lubricator thus saving on running cost and
preventing oil vapour contamination of the surrounding environment.
Reliable, easy to maintain, compact and robust.
Download our High Pressure Air Driven Liquid Pumps Brochure here.
Alternatively, why not take a look at our new double acting 8 inch product information sheet.
For more information please Contact Us and speak to one of our product specialists.
High Pressure Pumps
It doesn’t matter what industry you’re involved in. When you need high pressure pumps that pump water, chemicals, gas or anything else, you need ones that can handle what you need them to handle without question. This means that you need to focus on quality, pressure and the horse power capability.
Just because a high pressure pump uses the term “high pressure” doesn’t mean that it’s necessarily going to handle your specific application. Many air driven pumps have the capability to go up to 100,000 psi, but if you need higher, then you need to make sure you’re looking at the details of all the pumps before you buy them.
You also need to look at how the high pressured pumps are going to maintain the fixed pressure once they reach the pressure you’re looking for. Some will use power and generate quite a bit of heat to maintain the pressure, which, depending upon what’s flowing through the pump, can be very dangerous.
Air driven liquid pumps can be the high pressure pumps you’re looking for because of the number of benefits they offer. They will hold a fixed pressure without using any power or generating any heat. As a result, there’s no risk for sparks or flames, which provides a generally safer working environment for your workers.
The automatic controls of the high pressure pumps will ensure that you have full control over the pressure, when it gets turned on and off and much more. This will in turn help with the stop/start applications to avoid any adverse effects when you flip the switch.
Ultimately, when you’re looking for high pressure pumps, you need them to not only do their job but be reliable as well. Whatever industry you’re involved in, the pump is what sets the rest of your work in motion and that means your pump is critical to the operation of your business.
The high pressure pumps that you shop for needs to be compatible with the type of liquid you’re using. Erosive or corrosive chemicals need to be placed into a pump that is designed for that type of fluid, otherwise the pump will have a very finite lifespan and be a safety risk for all involved employees as well as the overall operation of your business.
There are plenty of high pressure pumps to choose from, so it’s important to read what each one offers to make sure that it coincides with the needs of your operation. You want something that is cost effective and of high quality to avoid complications during use. Strong materials and how the pump is driven should be the top concerns when choosing high pressure pumps for your business.