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July 3, 2008
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The Moyno® 2000 HS System is a cost-effective alternative to expensive, high-maintenance piston pumps and conveyors for high-solids-content fluids. The system utilizes the advanced Moyno 2000 G4 progressing cavity pump with proprietary Ultra-Feed® rotor technology.

The high-efficiency G4 progressing cavity pump’s 45° inlet lowers friction loss and provides for gentler handling of the product. It also features a universal joint that is out of the fluid flow path for unobstructed flow to the pump cavity inlet. The G4 progressing cavity pump design results in lower overall system pressure, and its constant, non-pulsating flow imparts less stress on piping, machinery, and drive systems.

The patented auger feed on the Ultra-Feed rotor head smoothly stuffs product directly into the cavity without obstruction. The Ultra-Feed rotor configuration is designed to enhance flow of high-solids-content materials and to optimize volumetric efficiency.

For more information, visit www.moyno.com.

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