– Wet end components of Vanton CHEM-GARD® centrifugal pumps are injection molded
or fabricated of homogenous polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), chlorinated
polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) and polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) – corrosion resistant
thermoplastics that are chemically inert to the fluids they are specified to handle. The
heavy-duty stainless-steel shaft is completely isolated from the fluid by a thick-sectioned
thermoplastic sleeve, eliminating metal contact with the pumped fluid.
– Unlike metals (including stainless steel, Hastelloy® and other alloys) that have annual
rates of corrosion, Vanton thermoplastics are inert, allowing ultrapure liquids to be
transferred free of contamination.
– To fit virtually any new or existing application CHEM-GARD® pumps are offered in
numerous configurations including ANSI, DIN, self-priming, close-coupled, mag-drive,
combination close-coupled/mag-drive, seal-less, and motor designs with integral pump
– It means that a Vanton pump can meet and exceed your performance requirements,
while conforming to your new or existing dimensional specifications.
– The wet end is comprised of solid, thick-sectioned, stand-alone components (unlike
plastic linings), that are easily replaced, maximizing uptime while minimizing cost.
– The unique combination of advantages makes CHEM-GARD® pumps ideal for the
transfer of process fluids, treatment chemicals, plant effluents and industrial or municipal
water and waste streams. For transfer of slurries, stringy materials, and liquids
containing solids to 2 in. (51 mm) in diameter, CG, CGA and CGC models of CHEMGARD® pumps are available with Vortex pump heads.
– Every Vanton pump is fully tested to verify performance with all data permanently
Horizontal Centrifugal Thermoplastic Pumps Conforming to ANSI 873.1 Process Pump Standards.
As standard Vanton procedure, every pump is fully tested to applicable Hydraulic Institute specifications in our plant prior to shipment. Test reports for each pump are kept on file at the company.