Following the recent successful launch of its M Range of "˜mini' progressing cavity (PC) pumps onto the European market, NOV Mono is now inviting applications from companies operating in France who wish to become stockists and resellers for the product.
NOV Mono Key Account Manager, Ian Davies explains: "The response we received to the launch has been extremely encouraging, particularly from the French market, so we are now looking to strengthen our distribution network and increase the number of M Range outlets we have in France."
The Mono M Range includes a variety of highly versatile, general purpose, small-to-medium sized capacity PC pumps, which offer an off-the-shelf option for a wide range of both domestic and industrial uses. They incorporate a precision-engineered rotor which rotates eccentrically inside a resilient double-helix stator, to create a series of moving cavities which carry the pumped media from the suction point through to discharge.
A combination of the stainless steel rotor and an abrasion- and chemical-resistant stator allows the M Range to handle many types of liquid, including those that are highly viscous or which have solids in suspension. The self-priming nature of the pumps - and their ability to achieve suction lifts of up to 8m - further increases the range of applications to which they can be applied.
Ian Davies adds: "The M Range pumps had proven to be extremely popular in the UK long before we launched into Europe. In domestic use they have performed extremely well in such applications as water supply, irrigation duties and emptying of waste tanks. In the industrial arena they have been successful in numerous sectors such as food and beverage, waste handling, chemical processing and oil transfer duties."
The M Range pumps are available with different voltage power supplies which increase the range of potential applications, and their 3.45bar pressure capability is greater than a comparable centrifugal pump. Their design enables quick and easy disassembly, and any maintenance can be completed without any special skills or tools.
Ian adds: "We had received some very encouraging feedback from a small number of European customers who had experience of the M range pumps prior to their launch. We knew that there was tremendous potential for this type of pump in the wider European market and so it's not surprising that the response to the launch has been so positive."
Parties interested in becoming stockists and resellers for the M Range of "˜mini' progressing cavity pumps should email Gabriel Kieser at email@example.com.
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