American Controls Extends Product Line With New Pump Motor

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Pump, meter and liquid control equipment distributor, American Controls, has added a ion drum pump motor to their product line.

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American Controls has added a new product to the mix, an EF series 12-volt lithium ion drum pump motor from Finish Thompson, Inc.

This new motor features a lithium battery, dual cooling fans, electronic overload protection, an integrated charging port and is dual speed. It is also lightweight and powerful. This EF series drum pump motor from Finish Thompson, Inc. is portable, precise and efficient. At a high speed, it is able to be in operation for up to 20 minutes before needing a charge. At this power level, the motor allows for a fluid transfer of 275 gallons or 1,040 liters. When running at low speed, it can last for up to 50 minutes and transfer up to 450 gallons or 1,700 liters. This drum pump motor fits all EF series pump tubes.

There are a number of accessories compatible with this component as well, including a charger and a hanger. The charger features an LED indicator light that changes color when charging is complete or incomplete. This charger will complete its cycle in two hours' time. The hanger accessory is made from a corrosion-resistant nylon and stores the charger internally. It has a hole so the charger’s LED indicator light can shine through to inform you of whether or not charging has completed.

American Controls is one of the world’s largest pump, meter and liquid control equipment distributors. The company, which has three offices in Michigan, has been in business for many years. They have distributed products to over 30 countries in the world.

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