Vanton started off developing all-plastic sealless, self-priming rotary pumps called Flex-I-Liners. Flex-I-Liner pumps are used in corrosive, abrasive, and viscous fluids, including fluids that could not be contaminate while being transferred. When the Flex-I-liner could not meet capacities industry needed, Vanton created thermoplastic centrifugal pumps.
The CHEM-GARD and SUMP-GARD pumps are horizontal and vertical pumps, respectively, capable of higher flows and pressures that the original Flex-I-Liner pumps. These pumps can also handle corrosive, abrasive and ultrapure fluids. These pumps are also used in Vanton’s pump/tank systems. Vanton’s Pump/Tank systems have the complete package of sensors and programmable controls capable of handling up to 5,000 gallons.
The advantage of Vanton’s engineered thermosplastic is that they are corrosion and abrasion resistant. Vanton uses a variety of materials to construct the wetted sections of each pump, including polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), chlorinated polyvinylchloride (CPVC), and polyvinylidene floride (PVDF). The material can be matched with whatever acid, caustic, salt, solvents, chlorides, halogens or other aggressive chemicals that can attack pumps.
Vanton tests every pump, which they engineer to meet individual requirements, beyond the required conditions before it ships to ensure reliable performance for the customer.