Easily vary in flow and process fluid

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22 February 2021
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This new MAAG pump series called “FQ” – ‘quick cleaning’ version is being released for the production facilities with a constant need to clean and wash the transfer line at the end of each production batch, use different colours, use different additives etc.
The pump can be disassembled quickly without needing to dismantle the drive shaft from the drive motor and the seal.

ALSO FOR EXISTING PUMPS
This feature can be applied on the existing pump series – CX, TX, FX, DX by using the FQ kit or the pump can be selected as an FQ model itself.
The great benefit of the FQ is that it can change the production and maintenance style of the customers without compromising on the desired operating characteristics.
The FQ kit provides high flexibility and functionality with easy maintenance and part replacement possibilities.

SEAL FLANGE ACCOMMODATES DIFFERENT PUMP SIZES
Moreover, to enable a varied range of process fluids and flow rates, the seal flange can accommodate different pump sizes. For example, the DX 20 can be converted to DX 20/10 or 20/5 and FX 22 can be converted to FX 22/14 or FX 22/8.

In this way, the drive configuration and seal flange can be retained and there can be a possibility to have variations in flow rate depending on the size of the pump that will be installed.

The FQ pump is currently available for the following sizes:
• DX 20/20 – 20/10 – 20/5
• FX 45 – 36 – 28 – 22 – 22/14 – 22/8
• CX/TX 45 – 36 – 28 – 22

Since the FQ version is unique, the feature is patent protected by MAAG.

Another innovative and smart extension of our industrial pump portfolio.

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