Q: What feed capacities are available in ChemIndustrial’s product line?
A: Each injection line can be:
Q: Are lower-capacity injection lines more accurate?
A: Yes. Injection rate can be accurately metered to a percentage of an injection line’s maximum flow rate.
Q: How many separate injection lines are available on a single metering pump?
A: Standard multiflow pumps are available for 1, 2, 3 or 4 injection lines.
Q: On multiflow pumps, do all of the lines need to inject the same fluid?
A: No. Each line can either be the same or different from the others.
Q: On multiflow pumps, do all of the lines need to be the same capacity?
A: No. Line capacities can be mixed and matched for maximum flexibility.
Q: What happens when a customer needs more than 4 injection lines?
A: Usually the answer is to use two or more pump units.
Q: What is the capacity range of ChemIndustrial’s metering pump models?
A: The smallest standard model is a single line 0 to 15 gph injector. The largest standard model is a 0 to 1600 gph multiflow injector with 4 lines, each able to deliver 0 to 400 gph.
Specials are available to satisfy even higher capacity requirements.
Q: Wow! You must have lots of standard models.
A: Yes. Our most popular models are in stock ready to ship. Other models are usually quickly assembled from in-stock subassemblies.
Q: What control options are available?
Q: What about chemical tanks?
A: ChemIndustrial offers a wide range of polyethylene storage tanks, holding tanks, surge tanks and day tanks to supply liquids to and receive the metered output from metering pump systems. We also offer mix tanks.
Q: What other metering pump goodies does ChemIndustrial make?
Q: What are the differences between metering pump systems and blending/batching systems?
A: In general, the differences are…
Q: Are there any applications where CSI’s pumped venturi injectors WON’T work well?
A: Yes. There are a few situations: