Blackmer in Grand Rapids Launches Pump for High-temperature Applications

Grand Rapids-based Blackmer, which offers specialty pumps and reciprocating compressor technologies, has launched its System One High Temperature Series Centrifugal Pumps.
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Blackmer's System One High Temperature Series Centrifugal Pumps
Blackmer’s new System One High Temperature Series Centrifugal Pumps is designed to transfer fluids to support high-temperature applications. // Photo courtesy of Blackmer

Grand Rapids-based Blackmer, which offers specialty pumps and reciprocating compressor technologies, has launched its System One High Temperature Series Centrifugal Pumps.

The company offers positive displacement, regenerative turbine and centrifugal pumps, and reciprocating compressor technologies for the transfer of liquids and gasses. The brand’s products are used in the process, energy, and military and marine markets.

The new pump is able to exceed the 400-degrees-Fahrenheit standard temperature limit of conventional centrifugal pumps, allowing them to support the transfer of fluids in high-temperature applications such as thermal oils, petrochemical, heat transfer, plastics, paper, and more.

“At Blackmer, our mission is to develop innovative pumping technologies that help customers safely and reliably transfer critical and valuable fluids,” says Geoff VanLeeuwen, director of business development, products and applications for Blackmer. “The new high temperature solution for our System One series of centrifugal pumps continues to deliver on that mission for customers.”

The offering was designed to increase the temperature limits for Blackmer Frame A and Frame M centrifugal pumps while offering the same mechanical advantages and design features. The pumps are backed by a five-year power end performance assurance and a one-year mechanical seal performance assurance.

Blackmer is a product brand within PSG, a global pump and dispensing solution company and manufacturer of pumps, systems, and flow-control technology for the transfer of fluids and materials. PSG is headquartered in Illinois, and its products are manufactured in North America, Europe, and Asia.

PSG is a Dover company. Dover, based in Illinois, is a global manufacturer and solutions provider with annual revenue of about $7 billion. It offers equipment and components, consumable supplies, aftermarket parts, software and digital solutions, and support systems through five operating segments: engineered products, fueling solutions, imaging and identification, pumps and process solutions, and refrigeration and food equipment. The company has more than 23,000 employees.

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