seepex”s SST axially split stator is designed for the company”s line of BN progressive-cavity pumps. It can be fitted to new pumps or a seepex pump that is currently in use with the conventional tube-type stator. Unlike previous designs of progressive-cavity pumps, additional space at the discharge of the pump is not needed to remove the stator. All work can be done in-situ. All SST stators use the seepex retensioning device. Compression of the stator on the rotor is determined by the amperage draw on the electric motor. All of the SST stators are manufactured at the seepex plant in Enon, Ohio. All components for the SST stator system are available from stock.