Cat Pumps Introduces Two N e w Stainless Steel Pumps

—Literature Available Cat Pump Corporation of Minneapolis has announced the introduction of two new stainless steel plunger pumps, the Model 651 rated 7 gpm at 3,000 psi, and the Model 1051 rated 10 gpm at 2,200 psi. Both models feature all 316 stainless steel wet-end construction including manifold head, valve plugs, valves and seats, seal cases, male and female adapters, and plunger retainers for corrosion resistance, chemical compatability, and 180 F operating capabilities.

The drive end of these pumps is constructed of a forged, nitrated chrome-moly crankshaft, stainless steel plunger rods with zamak crossheads, zamak connecting rods, and heavy-duty, tapered roller bearings—the same high construction standard in all Cat pumps to provide hours of continuous duty and maximum return on investment.

These lightweight, compact pumps are said to be easy to install, energy efficient, and need only simple tools to do on-site periodic maintenance.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 90,  Jun 1986

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