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Sundyne Vs Multistage Pump.

Sundyne Vs Multistage Pump.

Sundyne Vs Multistage Pump.

Hello, I want to make (General) presentation on Sundyne vs Multistage pumps.

Can you please provide any content or article so that i can add up in my presentation?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Sundyne Vs Multistage Pump.

I am not aware of any published articles on this comparison. Why are you limiting your options to those two? For a classic high head, low flow application, I would consider pitot tube pumps as an option. Search this forum for the keyword Sundyne and you will find a number of threads that address their strengths and weaknesses.

Johnny Pellin

RE: Sundyne Vs Multistage Pump.

May consult with the vendors of two pumps, collect the design papers form them, and use on your presentation.
Good luck.

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