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Beckett Brings Replaceable Clip-On Check Valve to the Pump Industry

February 12, 2001
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IRVING, Texas - The Beckett Corp., a leading manufacturer of diverse pumps for heating, air conditioning, evaporative coolers, and ice machines, announced its latest achievement in efficient pump innovations with a newly designed replaceable check valve for its CB 15 and 20 series pumps. Available now, Beckett's replaceable check valve incorporates a retaining clip rather than the threaded connection commonly found in most condensate pumps.

"We are committed to making the contractors' job easy when it comes to maintenance related to the condensate pump," said Larry Anderson, president of Beckett Industrial/OEM. "Our new replaceable check valve is built for lasting durability and ease of use when it comes to cleaning and replacement."

Beckett's replaceable check valve incorporates a retaining clip rather than the usual threaded connection.
The new clip-on design minimizes the stress on plastic components of Beckett's CB 15 and 20 pumps, significantly enhancing the durability and extending the life of these products. In addition, the pump design has been modified to raise the check valve above the surface for easy cleaning and replacement.

Founded in 1948 by Thomas Beckett, the company offers a complete line of condensate removal pumps for HVAC applications. Beckett pumps can also be used to remove waste water from ice makers, drinking fountains, beverage machines, dehumidifiers, water coolers, computer room A/C equipment, furnaces, refrigeration, and other applications. Beckett Corp. is headquartered in Irving, Texas, with industrial/OEM operations soon to relocate in Dallas.

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Publication date: 02/12/2001

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