Yamada manufactures specialty pumps such as powder pumps. They also make a pump that′s FDA compliant with the exception of 3A or USDA standards plus Teflon pumps and high-purity Teflon pumps.
Most notably from Yamada are their diaphragm pumps. They can handle many different liquids that have a high level of solids. They self-prime and can even run dry. Varying flow rates and discharge pressures allow Yamada pumps to run in a wide range of applications. Installation is simple and the pumps are easy to transport. Discharge lines can be closed without damaging the pumps since under that circumstance, the pumps are designed to just slow down to a stop.
Using Yamada Diaphragm Pumps with shear sensitive liquids works well since the pumps are designed for gentle and minimal contact with fluids. And since the pumps work on compressed air, they′re immune to explosions. In certain circumstances, the pumps have the ability to run submersed by running the exhaust line above the fluid line. Efficiency stays stable over time since there are no such wearable parts, for instance: rotors, gears, or pistons.
Yamada has a legacy of quality
In business since the early 1900′s and in the liquid handling business for sixty plus years, Yamada prides itself on its quality and innovation of their fluid handling pumps. They have a global reach as they are headquartered in Japan with plants in the Netherlands and the United States. They keep a high minimum inventory of over three thousand pumps so that the pumps literally come from off of the shelf factory direct.
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