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Pump Accessories - Industrial

Chemical metering pump installations often require piping accessories to insure safe and accurate pumping. Madden offers pump accessories in a number of sizes and materials of construction to fit the design requirements.
 
Back Pressure Valves - A back pressure valve keeps a positive head on the discharge side of the pump. That prevents siphoning and eliminates varying dosage rates caused by fluctuating downstream pressure. The valve set pressure is adjustable, and a diaphragm protects the spring from the liquid being pumped.

Pressure Relief Valve - A pressure relief valve relieves over pressure on the discharge side of the pump. That prevents damage to the pump and piping. The valve set pressure is adjustable, and a diaphragm protects the spring from the liquid being pumped.

Pulsation Dampener - Prevents pressure and flow spikes caused by reciprocating piston type pumps.

Calibration Column - A clear PVC tube installed in the suction line of the pump used to precisely measure the pump output at different pump dial settings and operating conditions.
 
Back Pressure Valve Pressure Relief Valve Griffco PVC Calibration Coulmns
Back Pressure Valves Pressure Relief Valves Griffco PVC Calibration Columns
 
 
Blacoh Pulsation Dampeners
Blacoh Pulsation Dampeners

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Faster Lead Times than Neptune & Milton Roy

Madden Manufacturing is currently quoting lead times of:
  • Chemical Metering Pumps @ 1-2 weeks
  • Fully Assembled Chemical Feed Systems @ 3-6 weeks
  • Sample Coolers & Small Heat Exchangers @ < 1 week
  • Emergency/Rush pumps in 1-2 days!


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