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Industrial Pumps

Improve efficiency in your production areas by using the right industrial pumps – browse our pump types below.

Hygienic centrifugal pumps

Centrifugal pumps

High volume transfer of low viscosity fluids and CIP duties.

Circumferential piston pumps

Circumferential Piston pumps

Low shear pumping of viscous fluids, fragile slurries & solids.

Diaphragm pumps

Diaphragm pumps

Versatile pumps with endless fluid transfer uses. Easy to use & maintain.

Drum pumps

Drum unloaders & ibc pumps

Versatile pumps with endless fluid transfer uses. Easy to use & maintain.

Eccentric disc pumps

Eccentric disc pumps

Strong suction, dry running and gentle handling of shear sensitive fluids.

Flexible impeller pumps

Flexible impeller pumps

Dry-running, self-priming, universally used pumps for a variety of fluids.

Gear pumps

Gear pumps

Efficient, accurate transfer of viscous fluids. Ideal for dosing.

Peristaltic pumps

Peristaltic pumps

Hose pumps with strong suction capability & no seal.

Progressive cavity pumps

Progressive cavity pumps

Self-priming, shear-sensitive pumping with hopper-fed options.

Rotary lobe pumps

Rotary lobe pumps

High volume, shear-sensitive transfer of viscous fluids.

Twin screw pumps

Twin screw pumps

Infinite pumping of all fluid types with smooth and gentle handling.

Water booster pumps

Water booster & Waste pumps

Mains water supply pumps & dirty water / waste disposal pumps.

Hygienic pumps, what are they?

Hygienic pumps are those pump types that are constructed from materials considered to be suitable for use in the production of foods, drinks, medicines, cosmetics – anything that goes in or on the body.

 

Clean-In-Place hygienic pumps

High-end hygienic pumps are typically constructed to be easily sanitised with self-draining, clean-in-place design (CIP) and without dead areas or crevices where product could build-up to cause rancidity and bacteria.

clean-out-of-place hygienic pumps

Some hygienic pump types need to be partially dismantled and cleaned out of place. Clean-out-of-place (COP) pumps are such because of their location, orientation or the design / pumping principle upon which they operate.