Our “About KNF USA” series comes to a close with its fourth and final chapter, a video snapshot of the Process and Specialty Products division. Richard Aerts, Process Products Engineer, walks you through options for reliable transfer, sampling, evacuation and recirculation of liquid and gas in critical—and often hazardous—industrial applications.
To explore further, download our Process Pump Catalog, or see our Process product line.
You can view the entire KNF Neuberger video library here.
Today we’re packing up and preparing to send materials to display in the KNF Neuberger booth at AACC 2014, held this year in Chicago on July 29 – 31. Before we lock up the crate, though, we thought we’d take a quick break and mention that we’ll be introducing a brand new liquid diaphragm pump at the AACC show. With two heads driven by one motor, this pump provides twice the flow and half the pulsation when operated in parallel mode. In the individual mode, two different liquids can be transferred simultaneously by one unit, eliminating the need for a second pump.
Please plan to stop by KNF Neuberger booth #4328 at AACC next week. For more information before the show, or to arrange
a meeting there, please click on one of the following links:
- New NFB 100 liquid diaphragm pump.
- Learn more about KNF air, gas and liquid pumps, designed to perform critical tasks for clinical diagnostic instruments and medical devices, such as liquid transfer, liquid aspiration, liquid dosing/metering, degassing, vacuum, and pneumatics.
- Contact us to arrange a meeting at AACC Chicago.
See you there!
Check out our latest video from KNF Neuberger, illustrating a typical OEM pump project. This 3D animation gives you a first-hand look into the typical back-and-forth between customer application needs and resulting KNF pump design modifications.
Specifically, the animation addresses a customer’s evolving request for a diaphragm pump with attributes, such as:
- Extended life
- High pressure
- Improved leak-tightness
- Quieter operation
- Various port configurations
To learn more about how KNF USA’s team of engineers works with customers to build spec-driven gas and liquid pumps, visit our blog titled “The Consultative Approach: Translating Value via Engineer-to-Engineer Design“.
Or, watch additional videos, visit the KNF video library.