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New Audex A.L. range from Atlantic Pumps

Audex A.L. pump range

New range of submersible pumps designed for harsh environments at quarries and ready-mix sites
FAST-growing Atlantic Pumps have become the first stockists of the new Audex A.L. range of pumps. Designed and built for the harsh environments found at quarries and ready-mixed concrete sites, the three pumps are designed from the bottom up and incorporate features only usually found in larger submersible pumps, allowing the pumps to give exceptional service life with minimum running costs and repairs.

Unlike the majority of pumps in this class, Audex A.L. pumps feature high chrome impellers for resistance to abrasive fluids, double mechanical seals for maximum protection of the motor, a heavy-duty stainless steel strainer, 304-grade stainless steel casing and class-F insulation for reliability and extended motor life.

According to Atlantic Pumps, these features mean this range fills a gap in the market where a reliable pump is required at an affordable price.

The pumps are available in 110V, 230V and 415V versions, and can be supplied complete with a built-in float switch if required. And with the ability to pump up to 20m head and up to 450 litres/min, the A.L. pumps are designed to suit a large number of applications.

Commenting on the launch, Atlantic Pumps’ managing director, Andy Smith, said: ‘We are particularly excited about the A.L. series as there is a real gap in the market for a top-quality submersible pump, designed to delivery outstanding wear life and reduced maintenance costs.

‘The series has come about as a result of day-to-day feedback from our ready-mix and quarrying clients, and it is excellent to be able to fulfil and even exceed their expectations. We’ve had a number out on trial already and the results have been phenomenal.’

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