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Pulse-less metering with Hydra-Cell®



For a Virtual “Pulse-Less" Flow
The technology used to produce metering pumps has barely changed in over a generation. As a result, conventional single-diaphragm metering pumps have operational limitations and greater cost consequences. Hydra-Cell Metering and Dosing pumps are not conventional and enable you to exceed API 675 performance standards, and meet ATEX compliance, with virtually pulse-less, linear flow.

Hydra-Cell Metering and Dosing Pumps offer the advantages of conventional metering pumps with additional benefits such as:

  • smaller footprint
  • higher efficiency
  • superior valves for abrasives
  • liquids with suspended solids
  • viscous liquids
  • non-lost motion design
  • lower acquisition and maintenance costs
  • Pulse-less means no need for pulsation dampeners

Explore the future of metering and dosing with Hydra-Cell pumps.


Hydra-Cell seal-less pumps have no dynamic seals:
• No seals, cups, or packing to leak or replace - saving costs.

Explore the future of metering and dosing with Hydra-Cell pumps.

Printed Press Link
‘High-Performance Liquid Chromatography’

"Hydra-Cell: Dosing Done Differently"

See below for application examples from information supplied by customers.


The Hydra-Cell Advantage

  • Exceeds API 675 performance criteria
  • Model option available to conform to ATEX Zone 2 classified 3 G IIC T5...T4
  • Smooth flow, with minimal pulsation (view video
  • Compact design - space saving
  • Flexibility of design so that with simple changes the same pump can be used in many different applications
  • Horizontal check valves give the ability to pump liquids with suspended solids reliably
  • Simple compact design makes on-site service uncomplicated and the same pump adaptable for many different duties

Hydra-Cell® MT8 Duplexing Option

Two Hydra-Cell® MT8 Triplex Metering pumps can run at the same flow rate with only one gearbox and one motor. This “duplexing” option doubles capacity with a smaller footprint and lower investment cost than conventional metering pumps.