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Canned Motor Advantages – Continued...

No Leakage 
Handles toxic, explosive, expensive, hazardous, carcinogenic and corrosive fluids without any possibility of emissions into the environment.

Compact Design 
Motor and pump are a single unit. No alignment, hot or cold, is necessary. No grouting or elaborate foundation is needed. Canned Motor pumps take up only 1/3 of the space required for the same size sealed pump.

Airtight 
Ideal for vacuum services or for fluids that react to contact with the atmosphere.

Quiet Operation 
Low noise level since no fan is used to cool the motor. All rotating parts are contained within a thick shell container that further dampens noise.

No Dynamic Shaft Seal
No mechanical seal. No gland packing. Never an adjustment. Significantly reduced number of parts.

Explosion Proof
Rated to handle conditions up to 5,000 psi in a variety of hazardous area classification, as certified by various third party underwriters worldwide including Underwriter's Laboratory (UL), Canadian Standards Association (CSA) as well as Japanese and European agencies.

No External Lubrication 
Pumped fluid provides cooling and lubrication of motor and bearings. No lubrication levels to check or maintain.

Field Repairable 
All wear parts are easily changed and enhanced with back pullout design.

ANSI Sizes Available 
Flange to flange mating pump casings are available across the range of Teikoku and Chempump offerings as well as a range of ANSI B73.3 compliant pumps for the ANSI Standard specified overall dimensions and performance criteria. Replacement of existing sealed pumps is therefore, simple and can be made consistent with existing process conditions, hardware & instruments and performance.

All Pumps Performance Tested 
Every component of each pump is manufactured by Teikoku and Chempump, adhering to strict statistical quality control tolerances. Every Teikoku pump and motor are 100% performance-tested before shipment with special testing capabilities available to all customers.

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