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Contact: Mike Dowse, VP (Sales)
Phone: 215-699-8700

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Neptune Chemical Pump Co., Inc.
204 DeKalb Pike
P.O. Box 247
Lansdale PA 19446-0247
United States
Division of R. A. Industries Inc.

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Clear Bromine Feeders

Neptune™ Chemical Pump Co.'s Model CLR-25 and CLR-50 Clear Bromine Feeders have been designed to be a convenient and efficient way to properly feed solid biocide or other corrosive water-treatment chemicals into closed-loop systems in cooling towers.
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Features

Diaphragm metering pumps pass the wastewater ‘acid test’

Mechanical, hydraulic or electronic diaphragm pump chosen based on specifics of application
No life form, whether human, animal or plant, survives without water. The same is true for industry, regardless if it’s mining, food & beverage processing or steel making.
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New Products

Mechanically Actuated Diaphragm Metering Pumps

At this year’s WEFTEC show, Neptune will be showcasing its Series 7000 mechanically actuated diaphragm metering pumps in Booth 1529.
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Metering and Peristaltic Pumps

Neptune™ will be exhibiting in Booth 1529 at the Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC).
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Metering Pump Technologies

Neptune™ Chemical Pump Co. will be exhibiting its leading metering pump technologies in Booth 2253 at the American Water Works Association’s Annual Conference & Exposition (ACE14). Being held June 8-11 in Boston.
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Solar-powered Chemical Injection Pump

The Solar D Series is an innovative solar-powered chemical injection pump that can be used to feed a wide variety of production chemicals into remote oil and gas wells where electrical power is often unavailable.
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Hydraulic Diaphragm Metering Pumps

Neptune Chemical Pump Co.’s Series 500 hydraulic diaphragm metering pumps feature a Variable Oil By-pass™ stroke adjustment that allows for better valve performance than traditional variable-linkage designs, according to the
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Featured Articles

Pumping advances address wastewater treatment basics

From floc formation to clump strengthening, sludge removal and disposal
Since the beginning of recorded time, societies have found ways to properly treat and dispose of water fouled through the course of its use. Meeting these needs has made the water/wastewater-treatment industry grow to $136 billion in revenues in 2011 in the United States, with an annual growth rate between 3.0% and 4.5%.
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