||The wet end components of every Vanton pump are made from corrosion and abrasion resistant engineered plastics such as, polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC), and polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF). Completely inert, these thermoplastics are impervious to acids, caustics, salts, solvents, chlorides, halogens, and other aggressive, abrasive chemicals that can attack pumps made of metals, plastic or rubber lined metals, and fiberglass reinforced plastics.
Whereas metals (including stainless steel, Hastelloy® and other high alloys) have accepted annual rates of corrosion, Vanton's chemically inert thermoplastic components do not. As a result, Vanton pumps provide long, trouble-free service life and prevent the contamination of reagent-grade chemicals and other ultrapure fluids.
The wet end is comprised of solid, thick-sectioned, stand-alone components (unlike plastic linings), that are easily replaced, maximizing uptime while minimizing cost.
Unlike mass produced pumps, Vanton pumps are engineered to individual requirements in configurations including: cantilevered, close-coupled, integral-motor shaft, bearingless, sealless, self-priming, magnetic drive, Vortex, ANSI, DIN, and more. It means that a Vanton pump can meet and exceed your performance requirements, while conforming to your new or existing dimensional specifications.
These unique attributes make Vanton pumps ideal for transfer, neutralization, disinfection, dosing, effluent collection, lift station, odor control, and recirculation virtually any new or retrofit application in which corrosive, abrasive, or ultrapure fluids are handled.