• Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Solutions (WMFTS) has launched the Qdos H-FLO chemical metering and dosing pump.
    Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Solutions (WMFTS) has launched the Qdos H-FLO chemical metering and dosing pump.
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Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Solutions (WMFTS) has launched the Qdos H-FLO chemical metering and dosing pump, designed specifically for higher flow rates up to 600 L/h.

Qdos H-FLO delivers the same accuracy and reliability as other Qdos pumps but for higher flow rates with a variety of pumpheads and a range of different tube material to ensure chemical compatibility with the process fluid.

The Qdos H-FLO high-precision pump offers flexibility to be scalable with a customer’s process, whether it is in water and wastewater treatment, mining and mineral processing, chemical applications in food and beverage or pulp and paper.

The release of Qdos H-FLO enhances the range of Qdos pumps by offering flow rates up to 600 L/h and pressure capability up to 7 bar (102 psi).

Like the rest of the Qdos range of peristaltic pumps, Qdos H-FLO cuts costs through higher precision chemical metering, with an accuracy of ±1 per cent and repeatability of ±0.5 per cent in dosing.

Qdos H-FLO will also bring benefits to applications including disinfectants, coagulants, flocculants, acids/alkalis, mining reagents, and surfactants.

Qdos H-FLO is supported with an optional pressure sensing kit that provides real-time pressure monitoring, which ensures process security and improves safety. The optional pressure sensing kit comes with configurable alarms for process monitoring. The pressure sensing kit will be available across the entire Qdos range and is compatible with commonly used chemicals in process industries.

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