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QUANTM i120 Electric Diaphragm Pumps

The QUANTM i120 with 2 IN (50.8 MM) port is the revolutionary new electric-operated double diaphragm (EODD) pump. With a lighter weight and smaller footprint than other electric options, it provides the ideal solution for factories or manufacturing plants focused on meeting sustainability goals by reducing their largest variable cost: energy. An i120 pump could pay for itself in 12 months or less while helping achieve compliance with increasingly tight regulations and earning significant rebates along the way.

Upgrade your existing air-operated pumps with a reliable new QUANTM i120 electric pump or spec it as part of a greenfield facility initiative. With a 2 IN (50.8 MM) port and maximum flow rate of 120 gallons per minute and a powerful new FluxCore 3-phase motor and drive that provides up to 8x more continuous torque at low speeds than conventional motors, the i120 is capable of handling most fluid transfer jobs to be the efficient workhorse you need on your production lines. Plus, the fast and easy plug-and-play installation — you simply plug it into any 240V outlet — allows you to easily replace existing pumps without additional investment or infrastructure rework.

Metallic and Non-Metallic options available.

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  • Wide operating range and materials compatibility—it handles abrasives, solids, aggressive chemicals, and shear-sensitive materials.
  • Up to 80% more efficient than AODD, 50% more efficient compared to competitive electric technologies—displacing fossil fuel, hydraulics and air power.
  • FluxCore Drive Module Control includes a simple knob that adjusts pump speed, LED indicating status and trouble codes, and software required for pump operation.
  • Similar size to existing AODD, the removal of the gearbox reduces footprint compared to other electric options.
  • Self-priming and seal-less design that minimizes maintenance and spare parts costs.
  • The only electric diaphragm pump on the market that stalls under pressure, eliminating the need for pressure sensors and additional controllers and reducing downtime by preventing pump failures caused by clogged lines or closed valves.
  • Leak Detector and Flapper (optional).
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