The exclusive SANDPIPER 2" HDB2 Evolution Heavy-Duty Ball Pump is a mainstay in challenging customer applications, moving thin-highly viscous and small, solids-laden fluids.
The 2" metallic pump provides excellent durability in demanding applications and is designed to withstand the most rugged and harsh ball valve environments.
The HDB2 is available in top- and down-porting options, which make installation easy and optimize performance on the pumped fluid. These porting configurations solve critical problems, such as solids and abrasives settling out of the liquid chamber into the ball check area. They are designed to outlast standard pumps.
These pumps are enhanced with extended-wear packages and are your optimal solution for abrasive-slurry applications. Features include:
Please visit the Chemical Compatibility Guide for all configuration and material compatibility options.
SANDPIPER is the only AODD pump manufacturer to offer ESADS+, which allows complete access to the main air and pilot valves without removing the pump from service. Repair or clean in five minutes (versus 55 minutes for competitors), reducing your downtime by as much as 90%.
These pumps have undergone an engineering EVOLUTION, leveraging trusted and proven product designs to improve their performance by using advanced engineering methods. Optimize performance without sacrificing proven reliability.
|Capacity||0 to 135 gpm (511 lpm)|
|Air Distribution Valve||No-lube, no-stall design|
|Solids-Handling||Up to .375" (9 mm)|
|Heads Up To||125 psi or 289 ft of water (8.6 bar or 88 meters)|
|Displacement/Stroke||.46 gallons (1.7 liters)|
|Max Operating Pressure||125 psi (8.6 bar)|
Top Ported Aluminum
Top Ported Cast Iron
Top Ported Stainless Steel
Bottom Ported Aluminum
Bottom Ported Cast Iron
Bottom Ported Stainless Steel
88 lbs (40 kg)
166 lbs (75 kg)
179 lbs (81 kg)
95 lbs (43 kg)
172 lbs (78 kg)
186 lbs (84 kg)
SANDPIPER can provide you with a CAD file to save time and improve the quality of your final design, as well as reduce measurement and documentation packet errors. Contact us today to request yours.