Australia: new pumps launched for Autogas applications

Australian company Ebsray Pumps Pty. Ltd., part of PSG, has launched its new HiFlow Series Regenerative Turbine Pumps. Specifically designed to optimise the transport and handling of Autogas, LPG, propane and butane, Ebsray HiFlow Series pumps are available in R75/R77 models for use on large transport trailers and R80/R82 models for use in base-mounted setups.

Autogas has become the world’s most popular alternative fuel because it is clean burning, high octane, affordable, abundant, safe to use and environmentally friendly. Also growing in popularity is the use of Ebsray Regenerative Turbine Pumps at Autogas fuelling sites, mainly because the Ebsray pumps offer optimised transfer of Autogas

These pumps can create more than enough differential pressure between the storage tank and the vehicle’s fuel tank despite varying weather conditions. At rest, an LPG storage tank can typically have a pressure of 8 bar (116 psi), but when fuelling begins the Ebsray pump can create 21 bar (305 psi), which is more than enough to facilitate the fuelling process.

Designed for truck loading and unloading, Ebsray’s new HiFlow Series R75/R77 pumps are truck flange mounted pumps built for the rigors of fluid delivery. For fast, smooth, and quiet transfer of fluids, HiFlow R75/R77 pumps provide much needed speed and efficiency in the time sensitive nature of deliveries.

Base mounted for large volume fluid transfer, the HiFlow Series R80/R82 pumps provide a variety of operational advantages. With their compact footprint and simple design, these single-stage regenerative turbine pumps are easy to repair in the field, and feature only one wear component, the mechanical seal. For more information, please visit this link.

11 November 2020