Corken manufactures variations of its positive displacement, sliding vane design for various applications. Each of these offers unique features for the transfer of hazardous, non-lubricating liquefied gases and low viscosity liquids. For more information, review the various pump styles offered by Corken below.
Low Pressure CP Series Pumps: These pumps are designed for operating pressures up to 200 psi (13.8 bar) and flow rates up to 400 gpm (1,514 L/min). They are ideal for various petroleum products with low vapor pressures such as petroleum based oils and fuels. These pumps are also capable of handling numerous thin liquids such as alcohols or solvents.
High Pressure CD Series Pumps: These pumps are designed with a ductile iron construction for operating pressures up to 400 psi (27.6 bar) and flow rates up to 400 gpm (1,514 L/min). They are ideal for applications involving liquids at elevated pressures such as liquefied gases. CO2, ammonia, and various freons are examples of such liquefied gases. These sliding vane pumps were specifically designed for the transfer of such liquids.
Magnetic Drive Series Pumps: These pumps are offered in CP and CD versions which cover the range of operating pressures described above only with a seal-less design. This magnetic drive pump is ideal for pumping hazardous, toxic, foul smelling or other difficult to seal thin liquids.