Auto Parts Manufacturer – Safety with Biocides

POLLUTION PREVENTION

drum hand pumps chemicals - biocide safe pump - goatthroat pumpsA company which manufactures thermostats and other devises for the automobile industry in Waltham Massachusetts needed GoatThroat Pumps. Recently, the Ford Motor company required this company to fulfill the requirements for ISO1400 1 and become registered before January 2004. Developing and implementing the plan took over two  years, and they achieved their registration by the deadline.

One of the problem areas which they had with regard to chemical storage and dispensing was in their boiler room for the biocides and phosphates for their cooling tower and boiler room chemicals. For pollution prevention, they had established the standard which required that stringent spill containment devises and barriers needed to be put in place to contain any large spills, should they occur. As we all know, depending on the exact chemical and volume spilled, if required, the paperwork for the reporting to EPA is very time consuming, and the cost of lost chemical inventory and clean up time is not an inexpensive proposition either.
While establishing the ISO 14001 standard, the engineers at this company discovered that if they left the drums on the side and used a gravity fed system, such as you see here , the barrier system which they would have to create to contain a spill would be  required to accommodate 100% of each container in the room, and would cost thousands of dollars to build. Further research by the engineering department showed that they could substantially reduce the financial outlay by keeping the drums upright, placing them on spill sumps such as you see here, and dispensing from an upright position.

Spill containment for containers placed in an upright position on a sump is 110% of the largest container – and not 100% of all containers – because there is little chance of a spill. Further, a containment sump which can hold 4 55 gallon containers can be purchased for about $125 delivered. The environmentally sound GoatThroat, which this company selected, dispenses fluids in a controlled manner using a spring-actioned tap which will deliver chemicals amounts from as little as 5 CCs to up to 4.5 gallons per minute.

Drum Pumps for Safe Chemical Transfer

When you purchase a GoatThroat pump, you can say goodbye to dangerous, messy chemical spills. Say goodbye to wasting valuable liquid product as a result of sloppy, inefficient pouring methods. Industry-trusted GoatThroat Pumps offer the easiest and safest way to transfer and dispense liquids. Our hand pump products and hazardous material pump products can be used for both corrosive and flammable liquids. Our trusted, recognized pump products are ideal for any environment where chemicals and potentially hazardous materials are used like laboratories or manufacturing. GoatThroat Pumps work well because they have a no-nonsense design that makes dispensing liquids from giant containers as easy as turning on a faucet with one touch. We’ve designed our pumps to handle anything from a two-gallon jug to a 55-gallon drum. We’ll even work with you to help select the best of our products to create a solution that works for your specific chemical usage. GoatThroat Pumps work by pressurizing a container to dispense liquids. Our one-touch flow control dispenses liquids at a controlled rate to prevent waste, conserve inventory, and produce precisely measured amounts every time. Flow can be continuous, or adjusted to dispense liquids at rates up to 4.5 gallons per minute depending on viscosity. Here’s a look at some of the perks of choosing GoatThroat when looking around for hand pump manufacturers:

  • The ability to dispense liquids at a controlled rate.
  • Waste prevention.
  • Inventory conservation.
  • Adjustable flow rates of up to 4.5 gallons per minute.
  • OSHA and EPA compliance.

GoatThroat Pumps deliver the safest, most reliable, and easiest way to transfer liquids between containers with accuracy and precision. Is it time to walk away from the perilous tip-and-pour method that far too many warehouses and laboratory environments are using? Learn more about GoatThroat Pumps today!