This DiscoFlo 2015-8 pump is brand new – paperwork included! Great pump for severe applications where abrasion, viscosity, entrained air, excessive wear and corrosion problems wreak havoc on normal pump systems. Discflo has developed a superior alternative that dramatically reduces pump wear, is virtually clog free, and prevents product damage.
- Manufacturer: DISCFLO
- Model: 2015-8 2HHD
- S/N: 5780, 5781 (Currently have two of these in-stock. Both pumps exactly the same. Price listed is PER PUMP.)
- Condition: New Surplus (Unused)
- Port Type: Flanged
- Port Size: 2″ x 1.5″
- Flow: Up to 300 GPM
- Pressure: Up to 1000′ TDH
- Material/Internals: Stainless Steel
- Motor/Package: 10HP Motor
From the Factory:
Discflo Corporation was founded in 1982 and quickly became an industry leader in the hard-to-pump market in the U.S. and throughout the world. Their record of success in the highly competitive pump market is the result of breakthrough, state-of-the-art pump technology and a commitment to providing the most efficient and economical solutions to the toughest pumping problems.
- No Close Tolerances
- No Radial Loads
- No Impingement
- Laminar Flow
The Disc pump is not a centrifugal pump, positive displacement, gear or lobe pump. Unique in design, the Disc pump bridges the performance gaps of conventional pumps and is capable of out-performing all of them in many applications. The Disc pump uses a new and patented technology that isn’t available in any other pump. The technology of the Disc pump harnesses the natural power of boundary layer and viscous drag.
Boundary Layer: A boundary layer of fluid molecules collects and rotates with the discs. This creates a natural, protective buffer that separates the pump from the fluid.
Viscous Drag: Through viscous drag, the fluid is pulled through the pump without impingement. The boundary layer attracts and drags successive layers of fluid molecules into layered flows of parallel streams. This is the simple principle of viscous drag and in the Disc pump it is a powerful dynamic force that “pulls” the fluid through the pump in a smooth laminar, non-turbulent flow.