Centrifugalpumpar

Centrifugal ink pumps are the workhorse of the industry. They are low maintenance, take a lot of abuse, deliver ink in a non-pulsating flow, and provide in-tank circulation to keep material blended. Most Graymills centrifugal ink pumps feature “Tri-Rod” open columns, stainless steel rods and shaft, and Teflon™ coating for easy cleaning. These ink pumps are available with electric, electric explosion-proof, or air motors. Graymills offers a wide range of pumps and motors that comply with most international electrical and safety standards including CE, ATEX Ex, and UL. Quick Demountable (QD and QC) motor options on the H, M, and G series centrifugal ink pumps speed up press turnaround. Flow is easily controlled by the use of valves, or in the case of air  motor models, by the flow of air to the motor.

HV Series Centrifugal Ink Pumps

HV Series

Centrifugal pump for use on small presses requiring flow rates of less than 1 GPM and viscosities up to 30 sec.

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HR Series Centrifugal Ink Pumps

HR Series

Centrifugal pump for use on larger narrow web and envelope presses requiring flow rates up to 2 GPM and viscosities up 30 sec.

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H2000 Metric Series Centrifugal Ink Pumps

H2000 Metric Series

Centrifugal pump for use in narrow web, tape, tag, label, envelope, and smaller gravure presses.

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H3000 Metric Series Centrifugal Ink Pumps

H3000 Metric Series

Centrifugal pump for mid and wide web flexo and gravure applications, especially those requiring more flow and/or higher print decks.

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M3 Metric Series Centrifugal Ink Pumps

M3 Metric Series

Centrifugal pump with for mid and wide web flexo and gravure applications, especially those requiring more flow and/or higher print decks.

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H4000 Series Centrifugal Ink Pumps

H4000 Series

Centrifugal pump for high flow, high decks, on flexo, and gravure webs over 60 inches (1.5m) wide.

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G4 Series Centrifugal Ink Pumps

G4 Series

Centrifugal pump for wide-web flexo and gravure applications requiring very high flow or the ability to pump to higher decks.

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