Electronic Dosing Pump

Electronic Dosing Pump

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Product Description

Electronic Diaphragm Dosing Pump offered, by leveraging our extensive industry expertise and knowledge. Our dosing pump is made using cutting-edge technology and top-of-the-line components in accordance with industry requirements. The outstanding quality and performance of the dosing pump offered are highly acknowledged in the industry. It is very effective and safe to use. Electronic Diaphragm Dosing Pump has a flawless finish and is rust-resistant too. Our well-trained quality controllers also thoroughly inspect the provided dosing pumps in order to guarantee a faultless selection. 
  • Auto resetting fuse
  • Double ball NRV with PTFE seals
  • Splash proof enclosure
  • Built in air release valve (ARV)
  • PTFE diaphragm for longer life
  • Adjustable frequency (up to 400 spm)
  • Compact and lightweight

Certification: CE, IP65




Dosing Rate

1.5; 3.0; 6.0 & 10.0 Lph @ 4 Kg/Cm2

Power consumption

30 Watts


Up to 400 spm

Suction Tubing

4/6 mm


230 V AC

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a electromagnetic dosing pump?

 Electronic PCB-controlled solenoid-driven INITIATIVE ENGINEERING dosing/metering pumps. The solenoid armature, which has a maximum movement of 1.25 mm, is the only moving component of the pump. The pump has no spinning components, thus lubrication is not required.

What is the working principle of dosing pump?

The working principle of dosing pumps

A dosing pump adds liquid to a process by sucking a predefined volume of liquid into the pump chamber. The pump contains a controller that controls the flow and turns the pump on and off. It is powered by an electric motor or an air actuator.

How many types of dosing pumps are there?

Based on its action and pumping mechanism, dosing pumps can be classified into 4 main categories: A piston fills and empties a pump chamber in a diaphragm-type constant injection pump.

Why are dosing pumps important?

Small dosing pumps offer an incredibly precise flow rate for optimal control. They serve as the focal point of an integrated dosing system created for the chemical industry's autonomous chemical dispersion. 

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