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4/17/2013

Immersible Thermoplastic Pumps

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Hayward Flow Control will showcase the new T-Series of its Webster thermoplastic pumps. The line of vertical, seal-less, immersible pumps features a single, non-coupled motor/impeller shaft with a proprietary shaft seal.

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Hayward Flow Control will showcase the new T-Series of its Webster thermoplastic pumps. The line of vertical, seal-less, immersible pumps features a single, non-coupled motor/impeller shaft with a proprietary shaft seal. The pumps are available from 1/3 to 1 1/2 hp with standard and wash-down motors and in voltages of 115/230 and 208-230/460.

Typical applications or installations include chemical processing and transfer, metal plating, waste and water treatment, mining, aquatic and animal life support systems, and electronics. 

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