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JUNIORFLUX Pump & Motor Unit/PP From MultiTherm



Junior, Flux, Pump, Motor, Unit, PP, MultiThermFor filling, emptying, transferring or dispensing small amounts of liquid out of carboys, hobbocks, canisters, narrow-necked containers or barrels FLUX now offers a better performance: the new JUNIORFLUX pumps type F 310 and F 314.

The JUNIORFLUX pumps are available in polypropylene (PP), polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) or stainless steel (S), both in version with mechanical seal Type F 310 or sealless Type F 314.

A powerful 230 Watt commutator motor with a 2-speed switch allows sensitive, fast and therefore low-cost and safe filling operations. The motor is built to protection class II, splash-proof and comprises an overload cut-out switch. Another feature is the modern and ergonomically structured design for single-hand operation.

The new JUNIORFLUX pump can be used in almost every field of industry. With a weight of 2 kg and being easy to handle, it may be used wherever small amounts of low flammability liquids, like acids, alkaline solutions, solvents, detergents, etc. must be decanted. Major fields of application are laboratories, chemical store rooms and workshops.

Special Features And Benefits

  • high safety factor: powerful 230 Watt motor with built-in overload cut-out switch, double insulated and splash-proof
  • 2-speed switch for sensitive filling operations
  • ergonomic handle
  • version in 230 Volt tested to German VDE and GS specifications
  • pumps with mechanical seal in polypropylene (PP) or sealless pumps in polypropylene (PP), polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) or stainless steel 316 Ti (S)
  • easy cleaning: outer tube can be removed by hand
  • integral clip to suspend the pump
  • hook on pump outlet for fixing a hand tap

Examples of liquids, the JUNIORFLUX pumps can be used for:

  • F 310 PP and F 314 PP: acetic acid up to 80 %, ammonia water, boric acid, caustic soda, caustic potash solution, citric acid, formic acid, fruit acids, lactic acid, liquid fertilizers, liquid soap, phosphoric acid, distilled water.
  • For short periods: chlorine water, hydrochloric acid, hydrofluoric acid,
    sulphuric acid.
  • F 314 PVDF: chromic acid, nictric acid, sulphuric acid as well as all liquids
    listed under PP (except caustic soda).
  • F 314 S: acetic acid up to 80 %, ammonia water, caprylic acid, caustic
    soda, caustic potash solution, fatty acids, lactic acid, methylene chloride,
    nitric acid up to 40 %, perchloroethylene, trichloroethylene.
  • A detailed Resistance Chart on further liquids is available on request.
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