Our Pump Range


A range of external vertical pumps, glandless with dry running capability, specially indicated for liquids with particles. Flows up to 1.200 m3/h and heads up to 150 mlc. Exterior with hydrodynamic sealing. Outdoor tank pump. Mechanical sealing systems can be supplied if required.

•Option of dry running
•Without mechanical seal
•Transmission of the mechanical torque to the impeller by key and a big
surface steel core

Wide range of solid plastic sump pumps, reinforced with a cantilevered shaft with dry running possibility, specially indicated for liquids with particles. Flows up to 500 m3/h (2000 gpm) and heads up to 100 mlc (330ft). Hydrodynamic sealing is standard but it is possible to supply a mechanical sealing system if needed. Built-in accordance with European directives of Safety on machines CE. ATEX versions are available.

• To avoid friction the magnetic drive system is designed to switch the
impeller to a neutral position in case of dry running.
• Increases dry running capability without overheating.
• Absolute airtightness

Heavy duty process pumps for continuous operation. Wide range
of plastic materials and mechanical seals, are selected chemically and
mechanically to resist the handled fluid. Flows up to 1.500 m3/h (6.600
gpm) and heads up to 150 mlc (500 ft). Built-in solid plastic to handle
corrosive and abrasive fluids in a heavy-duty configuration.

Designed to admit any mechanical seal available in the market. Standardized pumps as per EN 22858 / ISO-2858/5199. ATEX versions are available. Minimum maintenance, even under Industry’s hardest duty conditions. Its design allows the separation of the engine, frame, impeller, shaft, and mechanical seal without disassembling neither suction nor discharge pipes.

•Transmission of the mechanical torque to the impeller by key and a big
surface steel core
•Mechanical seal seating without strain upon the plastic body
•Removable shaft sleeve, independent from the impeller
•Mechanical seal cover absolutely prevents corrosives dispersion
•DIN 2501 flanges (ANSI 150lbs option)

Direct coupled solid plastic motor pumps. Hydraulic performance and
dimensions as per EN 22858. Flows up to 250 m3/h (1.100 gpm) and heads up to 100 mlc (330 ft). Economic solution although reliable due to heavy-duty construction, equal to standardized process pumps.

Horizontal type with mechanical seal (designed to admit any mechanical seal available in the market). Vertical type with hydrodynamic seal without mechanical seal (outdoor tank pump, Hydrodynamic sealing, possibility of dry running). ATEX versions are available.

• Transmission of the mechanical torque to the impeller by key and a big surface steel core
• Mechanical seal seating without strain upon the plastic body
• Removable shaft sleeve, independent from the impeller
• Mechanical seal cover absolutely prevents corrosives dispersion


Diaphragm Pumps
A range of high-quality no nut, clean-face diaphragm
pumps which can be used for both industrial and
hygienic applications and are available in a variety
of materials. These include solid block HDPE & PTFE,
Aluminium, Cast Iron & Stainless Steel AISI 316L. The simple
operating principle and robust modular design also
allow them to be modified for a variety of applications
without having to replace the whole pump. The added
ability to be mounted to a mobile or stationary trolley
system provides a bespoke solution for any requirement.


Pumps made of polyethylene (PE) or virgin PTFE plastics
are suitable for handling almost any kind of liquid, whether it is viscous,
chemically aggressive, with solids, or abrasive.


Available in aluminum, cast iron, stainless steel, and PTFE coated aluminum. All metal pumps are available in explosion-proof ATEX-
marked versions.


Pumps are designed to meet the requirements of the
food, beverage, pharmaceutical, and cosmetics industries. Lubrication
free air distribution system and total visual inspection of the wetted parts are some of the major features of this pump series.


This series is produced to serve the biotech and pharmaceutical industries in numerous applications. All materials used to build the pump are USP IV certified.


Sealess, self-priming rotary pumps for clear, aggressive
liquids, vacuum service, and gas transfer.

FLEX-I-LINER® peristaltic type rotary pumps transfer sample or meter acids, caustics, solvents, salts, chlorides, and ultrapure chemicals – even viscous fluids to 6000 SSU (1300 centistokes) and slurries containing soft solids and abrasives. They are suitable for clear, aggressive liquids as well as for vacuum service and gas transfer. Gentle action permits the pumping of latex emulsions and other shear sensitive liquids. These sealless, self-priming pumps operate in either direction, wet or dry, in any position.

Unique design eliminates shaft seals, stuffing boxes and other potential
sources of leakage. Only two non-metallic parts contact fluid – the rugged body block and durable elastomeric flexible liner. Maintenance is easy, no special tools are required. Flows from .33gpm (1.26lpm) to 40gpm (9m3/hr) at pressures to 45psig (310 kPa). Temperatures to 250°F (121°C).


FLEX-I-LINER pumps are available close-coupled to an electric motor, or pedestal mounted with electric motor drive or gasoline engine, as well as air powered when required for handling volatile fluids. For metering with ±5 percent accuracy, variable speed motors or belt drives may be used. Models may be hand carried, installed on casters, or wheel-mounted on mobile equipment for portability.


Portable model with a totally enclosed electric motor. Pumping is accomplished by a rotor mounted on an electric shaft rotating within a flexible liner. This creates a squeegee action on the fluid which is trapped between the outer surface of the liner and the inner wall of the pump body. Body blocks are available in polypropylene, UHMW polyethylene, and Teflon. Flexible liners can be furnished in natural rubber, Neoprene, Buna N, Hypalon, Viton, and Nordel.


A peristaltic pump, also commonly known as a roller
pump, is a type of positive displacement pump used
for pumping a variety of fluids. The fluid is contained in
a flexible tube fitted inside a circular pump casing. Most
peristaltic pumps work through rotary motion, though
linear peristaltic pumps have also been made. The
rotor has a number of “wipers” or “rollers” attached to its
external circumference, which compress the flexible tube
as they rotate. The part of the tube under compression
is closed, forcing the fluid to move through the tube.
Additionally, as the tube opens to its natural state after the
rollers pass, more fluid is drawn into the tube. This process
is called peristalsis. Typically, there will be two or more
rollers compressing the tube, trapping a body of fluid
between them. The body of fluid is transported through
the tube, toward the pump outlet. Peristaltic pumps may
run continuously, or they may be indexed through partial
revolutions to deliver smaller amounts of fluid.


Peristaltic Hose Pumps combine the best available materials with smart design solutions in order to maximize running time and minimize maintenance. Our design enhances the pump’s intrinsic simplicity and robust principle.

These Peristaltic Hose pumps series summarize what we strive to achieve: better pump solutions for our customers. They are very easy to use and maintain and therefore addresses what we consider as two of the 2 key issues customer face today: Lower Operational Costs, Reduce downtime. This is done by using a pump without valves, pistons, stators, or rotating elements in the fluid.

The Peristaltic Hose Pumps series are designed to make hose changes quick and easy with no technical knowledge required. We only work with high-quality compounded rubbers, reinforced with 2 to 6 individual layers of braided polyamide and with an outer layer made to strict tolerances to ensure perfect compression. The characteristics of our hoses enable them to last approximately 30 % longer than other hoses on the market. They also fit the majority of other hose pumps.

Metering and Dosing

Complete range of metering and dosing pumps, including the electrically operated single diaphragm, solenoid operated single diaphragm, piston, and rotary diaphragm. Range of materials available and variable flow control on some ranges.

Your complete supplier of ATEX approved pumps

The ATEX directive, (94/9/EC), deals with electrical, mechanical, hydraulic or pneumatic equipment in areas exposed to explosive atmosphere. Explosive atmosphere consists of air and some sort of combustible material such as gas, dust or vapour. So, to prevent explosions from occurring, and thereby higher the standard of safety in the risk areas, manufacturers of this type of equipment have to comply with the basic safety requirements stated in the new directive. The safety requirements in the ATEX directive implies that

pumps have to carry a clear indication of which equipment group and category, they belong to, and in what areas they can be used. All the pumps in the our ATEX range comply with the requirements in the directive. The ATEX directive affects a wide range of industries, dealing with the handling of cereals, animal feed, paper and wood industries that generate combustible dust. Likewise the directive affects industries that deal with the handling of chemicals, plastics and petrol, that is industries that generates explosive gasses.