KRAL white paper
Learn how low-viscosity fuels can be dealt with by increasing the surface hardness of the pump components in this white paper.

Screw pumps need some lubricity of the pumped medium to reduce friction, otherwise users will face repair costs and downtime. If mixed friction occurs within the system between the screw and pumped liquid, abrasive and even adhesive wear can result, and leakage and contamination can increase.

Learn how low-viscosity fuels can be dealt with by increasing the surface hardness of the pump components, and what a binding coating applied to the metal screws used in screw pumps and use of magnetic couplings means for the life cycle of the pump.

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