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Old 10-21-2008, 10:52 PM
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diaphragm pump and oil based sealer

What do you guys think about this type of pump? Is is just good for coal tar and AE?

Will a solvent based sealer dammage the diaphragm? Or will it blow up?

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Old 10-23-2008, 12:24 AM
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Have one used for cut back only,coal tar wont work,there pretty strong and long lasting as far as i can recall.
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Old 10-23-2008, 07:11 AM
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The Applications of the Wilden Pump is as follows:
Chemical, Petrochemical and Hydrocarbon Processing;
Paints, Inks and Resins; Solvent Recovery; Slurry Transfer; Drum Transfer
Waste Water/ Pollution Control; Mining / Construction;
Dry Powder transfer; Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical

So you can use it, but the question is why would you want to?

You need a air source, and it's more money then a gear driven pump.

We need to use them for CT/AE because we add sand, and have a heavy sand load, so this type pump works well. There is a safety factor too, as there are no moving parts See below as to how there work ( if anybody needs to know )
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Old 10-24-2008, 08:14 PM
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http://protectasphalt.com/spraying%20systems.html

I know somebody who is selling the pro 100a system, the price is dirt cheap and the system is in good shape.

Is anybody fimilar with this system and pump? He says it is a diaphragm pump on there?

It might make sense to buy, the price is right.
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Old 10-25-2008, 12:06 PM
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http://protectasphalt.com/spraying%20systems.html

I know somebody who is selling the pro 100a system, the price is dirt cheap and the system is in good shape.

Is anybody fimilar with this system and pump? He says it is a diaphragm pump on there?

It might make sense to buy, the price is right.
THis system is for spraying Acrylic sealer, so not sure that's what you want?


The IP M30 diaphragm pump by Imovilli Pompe is a medium pressure pump that is capable of working at 8.5 gpm and 435 psi.

Tapered shaft.
Max. 8.5 gpm.
Max. 435 psi.
In port 1", Out port 3/8".

They Retail around $ 475.00
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Old 10-25-2008, 02:07 PM
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Somebody was trying to sell me this unit as a solvent based spray system. I wanted to know if the system can handle the use. I am not fimilar at all with this system so I thought I might as well ask the experts around here.

When I think about it now I should have realized this is not the system for me, they make that system already.
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Have one used for cut back only,coal tar wont work,there pretty strong and long lasting as far as i can recall.
a d30 diaphram pump wll sspray oil base such as gilsonite the are a pressure over volume pump!
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