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Viking Pumps supply a continuous and consistent flow rate of ink to high-speed processes. This includes Flexographic and gravure printing - typically used for long runs or large orders in the packaging and labeling industries. It also includes large offset printing operations such as newspapers.

Common ink pumping applications include:

  • Ink manufacturing
  • Transferring to print deck
  • Bottom printing of corrugated lines

Viking Pumps are also used to move the bulk raw ingredients for ink manufacturing such as resins, oils, carriers, and additives. Inks contain abrasive pigments. The specific pigment varies by color, but examples include titanium dioxide, iron oxide, and carbon black.

Cast iron construction is normally satisfactory for most inks, however some water-based inks may require stainless steel.

Suggested Pumps for Ink Processes

4624B SERIES™

  • Cast Iron
  • Sealing options available
  • Hardened materials standard
  • Capacities to 180 GPM

4724 SERIES™

  • 316 Stainless Steel
  • Sealing options available
  • Hardened material options
  • Capacities to 110 GPM

4124B SERIES™

  • Cast Iron
  • High viscosity sealing options
  • Capacities to 500 GPM

 

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[1] Information Source:  Viking Pump


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