Pumps draw fluid into themselves through entrance ports and force the fluid out through exhaust ports. Used for raising fluids from a higher to a lower level or for giving energy to fluids. Types include piston pumps, hydraulic pumps, magnetic pumps, peristaltic pumps, vacuum pumps, self-priming gear pumps, diaphragm pumps and centrifugal pumps.
Product & Service Resources
Pump Engineering | Wed, 13 May 2015
The CSF range of progressive cavity pumps is suitable for transferring a variety of products and ingredients or those with suspended solids and particles, which often occur in the food, brewing, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. Available from liquids-handling specialist Pump Engineering, the CSF range includes the eccentric-screw, positive-displacement MAN series of pumps.
Michael Smith Engineers | Fri, 1 May 2015
The Micropump range of leak-free, pulseless magnet drive pumps available from Michael Smith Engineers is now available with new compact and lightweight electromagnetic brushless DC motors that provide increased torque and power.
Lee Products | Fri, 1 May 2015
Lee Company’s new LPD series stepper dispense pump is a miniature, chemically inert, variable-volume pump that offers consistent performance in a compact package.
Pump Engineering | Tue, 21 Apr 2015
Badger Meter control valves, available in the UK through Pump Engineering Ltd, are suitable for use in applications such as oil extraction in ultra-deep oil wells thanks to their ability to overcome the difficult challenges associated with these applications such as withstanding extreme pressures, wide flow ranges and ultra-low temperatures.
JBJ Techniques | Mon, 20 Apr 2015
Elika gear pumps, available from jbj Techniques, are suitable for applications that require low noise levels.
Michael Smith Engineers | Thu, 9 Apr 2015
3P Pera Prinz twin screw pumps from Michael Smith Engineers are suitable for high-capacity fluids transfer applications that require a self-priming pump that can provide smooth, pulseless flows up to 1700m³/hour and at pressures up to 55 Bar.
JBJ Techniques | Thu, 2 Apr 2015
Marzocchi Pompe, working together with jbj Techniques, produces a system of radial sealing at the shaft that can bear enormous internal over-pressures without resulting in damage.
Pump Engineering | Mon, 9 Mar 2015
The MTH series of regenerative turbine pumps from Pump Engineering is said to be ideal for applications involving low flows (130 litres per minute), high pressures (up to 70 bar) and heads up to 600m. A good example of this is the MTH M52 pumps recently supplied for a mechanical seal lubrication and pressurising application in oil production, where the benefits of low NPSH and smooth, balanced performance have been appreciated.
Michael Smith Engineers | Tue, 24 Feb 2015
The Finish Thompson ULTRAChem series of ETFE-lined centrifugal pumps — available from Michael Smith Engineers — has recently been extended with two new models that increase the maximum flow rates up to 160m³/hr and maximum differential heads to 67m. The seal-less pumps are suitable for pumping hazardous, hard-to-handle chemicals in chemical processing, water treatment and other similar challenging applications.
JBJ Techniques | Fri, 6 Feb 2015
This brochure presents jbj’s couplings, gearboxes, clutches, pumps, hydraulic motors, flowmeters, fluid power accessories, bell housings and flanges.
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Verder manufactures and supplies high-quality pumping solutions throughout the world to a variety of industries including: water and wastewater; printing; packaging; chemical; industrial; food and beverage; construction and pharmaceutical. Verder’s range of quality industrial pumps can ...