PROCON Vane Pumps are ideally suited for handling many clean fluids. They have the unique ability to handle many liquids with low lubricating characteristics at relatively high pressures.
Special Internal Materials and unique design eliminate metal-to-metal contact and make PROCON Pumps low in starting torque.
Most PROCON Pumps are self-priming.
PROCON Vane Pumps are quiet and have low vibration and pulsation characteristics.
PROCON Vane Pumps combine advantages that are not usually found in other pumps. Flow remains constant over the entire pressure range.
You can mount PROCON Pumps on NEMA 56C frame motors for a coupling drive or attach them to NEMA 48YZ motors with a V-band clamp.
Procon Vane Pumps do not have to be lubricated and are virtually maintenance-free throughout their entire life except for cleaning the strainer.
PROCON provides a quick and low cost factory rebuilding service.
PROCON Pumps are available in a version, for use with potable water only, which is listed by NSF International. NSF develops standards and tests for the purpose of promoting public health. Because PROCON is concerned with public health, safety, and the environment, PROCON complies with these strict standards and maintains and NSF listing.
PROCON is extremely proud that as of January 21, 1997, we received a Certificate of Registration of Quality System to I.S. EN ISO 9001:1994.
Our Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and Mountmellick, Ireland operations are now ISO compliant.
Model Number & Location
The Model Number identifies the pump and its configuration; it is stamped into the housing above the red name plate between the inlet and outlet ports. The date code is stamped into the housing to the left of the model number. It indicates the month and year that the pump was manufactured. In pumps manufactured after 1990, the relief valve setting in PSI has been added to the model number suffix. If the pump has been rebuilt, an additional date code will be located on the shaft side of the housing at the discharge