Verder pumps are now available in Canada via York Fluid Controls Ltd., including the Verderflex brand of peristaltic pumps. The Verderflex Vantage 5000 series is the next generation in cased drive tube pumps, blending precision dosing and dispensing accuracy with high discharge pressures, an intuitive touchscreen user interface, and a USB data backup port. With tubing certified by the United States Food and Drug Administration, this series is ideal for chemicals, food processing, water treatment, mining, and pharmaceuticals.
With many remote-control options
The Verderflex Vantage 5000 family accurately doses fluids at pressures higher than seven Bar for harsh environments and the conditions of mining and water/wastewater treatment. The remote-control signal options include 0-10-volt, 4-20mA and tachometer inputs and outputs with optional opto isolation and multiple volt-free inputs and outputs. Users can program up to 30 dosing tasks on the touch display, which can be saved and transferred through the USB interface. Other options include a start delay, a variable start and end phase, or an automatic restart.
Among the advantages of this pump series are advanced touchscreen controls, intuitive and easy-to-follow menus, large-diameter rotors, maximum flow rate of 6.6 litres per minute, precision stepper-motor dosing with a speed-control ratio of 4,096 to one, USB interfaces for pump backup and job transfer, and various remote-control options, like analogue, digital, and BUS control versions.
York Fluid Controls carries five models in the Verderflex Vantage 5000 pump series. And all of these pumps function with the same maximum flow rate, maximum discharge pressure, turn-down ratio, and protection class. The MODBUS model operates with a MODBUS RTU protocol, while the SCADA LV runs on opto-isolated 24-volt DC power and the SCADA HV runs on opto-isolated 115-volt AC power. Each pump weighs 12 kilograms and offers a maximum speed of 400 revolutions per minute.
For a closer look at the Verderflex Vantage 5000 series, check out the video below:
For more information, contact York Fluid Controls.