General
Safe handling of chemicals and solvents

GoatThroat hand pressurised pumps are making the management of liquids safe and more efficient in laboratories, chemical storage facilities and hazardous areas.

This small, versatile hand pump can be used on more than 700 liquids such as acids, chemicals, solvents, petrol and additives and can be used in containers from five litres up to 200 litre drums. A few strokes of the plunger pressurises the container, and liquids can be dispensed with one touch of the tap. Precise flow control helps conserve inventory by eliminating the guesswork from dispensing and measuring precise amounts of liquids.

Simply screw the GoatThroat pump into your container, pump two to eight strokes depending on container size and you are ready to go.  The average 200 litre container takes eight strokes to reach 15 psi.  Once youve reached 15 psi, simply open the spigot tap and the flow will come. Precise control is now in the palm of your hand, with flows up to 15 to 17 litres per minute and heads to five metres.

An optional BillyGoat air adaptor can be used to maintain a constant air pressure in the container or drums at all times.

Therere three GoatThroat pumps, each designed for use with specific liquids that encompass virtually all types of chemicals in use today. 

The colour-coded pumps employ different seals for different types of liquids  GT100 red pumps with Nitrile seals for petroleum-based liquids, GT200 blue pumps with EPDM seals for general-purpose liquids and the GT300 pump with Viton seals for aggressive chemicals and solvents. 

 

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