• Standard 30 & 55 Gallon Sizes
• Simple clean design with a single moving part
• Easily pumps & meters any pourable liquid directly from the enclosed drum
• Wide pumping range
• Multiple sizes of pumping elements available
• Accuracy within one hundredth of a gram
• Removable Drive Module
• Heavy duty construction
The ADD*FLO Drum Pumps are a simple clean design with a single moving part. There is no reciprocating motion and no vibration. The need for check values is eliminated. The engineering of the progressive cavity pump prevents clogging from viscous or heavily loaded liquids while the mounting design seals the opening into the drum. All ADD*FLO drum pumps are adaptable to five, thirty or fifty-five gallon drums. The tote pump can be used in large tote bin containers.
ADD*FLO drum pumps and tote pumps easily pump any pourable liquid ranging from zero viscosity to 100,000 centipoise. Accuracy is within one hundredth of a gram whether pumping drops or high volumes of liquid. Speed ranges from one to 1200 RPMs, depending upon the design of the drive. The removable drive module allows for one control to operate multiple pumps.
The ADD*FLO drum & tote pumps by Tuskin can be custom engineered to fit any special application including pressures up to 400 psi and temperatures up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Review the chart to select the correct size or contact us for assistance. Order with the TC-101 Control to complete your liquid metering system.
|Part#||Size||Flow Rate* (ml/rev)||Rotation||Container|
|P1140-30||0.25||0.61 ml||counter clockwise||30 gal Drum|
|P1140-55||0.25||0.61 ml||counter clockwise||55 gal Drum|
|P1140-T||0.25||0.61 ml||counter clockwise||Tote|
|P1141-30||0.05||0.23 ml||counter clockwise||30 gal Drum|
|P1141-55||0.05||0.23 ml||counter clockwise||55 gal Drum|
|P1141-T||0.05||0.23 ml||counter clockwise||Tote|
|P1136-30||1||2.12 ml||clockwise||30 gal Drum|
|P1136-55||1||2.12 ml||clockwise||55 gal Drum|
|P1137-30||2||9.84 ml||clockwise||30 gal Drum|
|P1137-55||2||9.84 ml||clockwise||55 gal Drum|
* Flow Rates calculated using water. Increasing viscosity reduces flow rate.