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Vol. 14, No. 38 Week of September 20, 2009
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: Rain for Rent AOD pump offers advantages

Rain for Rent said May 12 that its air-operated pump offers a number of advantages that make it perfect for a variety of uses, easily and efficiently handling a wide variety of fluids from water to heavy solids. The pumps have the ability to run dry without damage, are self-priming and can also be fitted for 100 percent submergence making the unit an air-operated submersible pump. Other key benefits are: leakless operation, the ability to operate in areas where concerns about explosive vapors may be present; true solids-handling designs; portability; and the ability to be pressure controlled by system parameters for automatic operation.

For more information visit www.rainforrent.com.



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