Denmark, Apr 16, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - Leakage-free pumps are a top priority in any machining process. Leaking pumps may lead to costly downtime and in turn influence the part cost. But with the new MTR DBT pump, that risk is efficiently eliminated.
DBT stands for "Drainage Back to Tank". This means that the liquid remains in the tank where it is supposed to be - even if the shaft seal is worn out and starts to leak. In addition to being leakage-free, the new MTR DBT pump is available with an innovative frequency drive motor that reduces energy consumption to further cut the part costs.
Grundfos Pumps K.K. (Japan) released the small MTR DBT (MTR1/3/5) and plans to release the medium MTR DBT (MTR10/15/20) this year. Step by step, the large MTR DBT (MTR32/45/64) will follow.
-- The risk of downtime due to leakage is eliminated.
-- No risk of contamination
-- Longer service intervals
-- Reduction of part costs
The Grundfos Group is represented by more than 80 companies in more than 55 countries. Sales amount is Euro 3,118 million in 2013. Grundfos is a global leader in advanced pump solutions and a trendsetter in water technology. We contribute to global sustainability by pioneering technologies that improve quality of life for people and care for the planet.
Grundfos Pumps K.K. (Japan) was established in 1986 and has 8 sales offices in Japan (Factory and head office in Hamamatsu).
Grundfos Pumps K.K. (Japan)
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