Conveying Materials for Surface Coating:

NEMO® Progressing Cavity Pumps Convey Media in the Paint and Coatings Industry

Paint & Coatings Industry

In the paint and coatings industry, the substances used in production are primarily viscous and/or have solid content. NEMO® Progressing Cavity Pumps and TORNADO® Rotary Lobe Pumps handle these products gently and with low pulsation. To ensure reliability, tempered rotors and stators provide suitable abrasion resistance and mechanical seals or lip seals can be customized to best fit your application.
Typical products handled in the paint and coatings industry include dispersions, binding agents, primers and plaster masses.

NEMO® progressing cavity pump

  • Medium: Offset ink
  • Viscosity: 10.000 cP
By means of customizing the design and material of the pumps from NETZSCH can be designed for any application.

 

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