News Category: Pumps
July 16, 2015
Maag has launched a new S Series of screw pumps that offer the process industries a variety of options for conveying challenging fluids. The manufacturer says the rotary positive-displacement pumps provide numerous advantages over conventional technologies, including ATEX-certification for use in explosive or dangerous environments, self-priming capability, good suction... [Read More]

July 16, 2015
Thomas has introduced the 1510 model, a new diaphragm liquid pump. The new pump is designed for fast suction of liquids, even when the medium is mixed with gas. The diaphragm design aims to maintain a consistent flow with minor pulsation, making the Thomas 1510 well-suited for applications in laboratory equipment and inkjet printing. According to Thomas, the pump provides... [Read More]

July 15, 2015
Seepex has launched a new design in their smart conveying technology (SCT) range for progressive cavity pumps. In addition to the 1-stage design for pressures up to 4 bar, SCT is now available in a 2-stage design for pressures up to 8 bar. The 2-stage design has the same features as the 1-stage SCT with a stator split into two halves, which can be removed from the rotor... [Read More]

July 10, 2015
UK Flowtechnik, a solution provider for fluid transfer technology, has introduced the ECO.pump, a new Beinlich range of external gear dosing pumps.  The manufacturer says the pumps offer an economically advantageous option for liquid dosing applications and are well suited for handling viscous fluids without fillers. The ECO.pump is suitable for many industry areas... [Read More]

July 8, 2015
Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems has launched the world’s first vacuum pump with a hygienic design. This new rotary vane vacuum pump has been developed specially for foodstuffs packaging with tray sealers and thermoforming machines and is designed to be easily cleanable using steam jets and conventional detergents. The unit surfaces are smooth and slightly inclined,... [Read More]

July 8, 2015
Amarinth, a company specialising in the design, application and manufacture of centrifugal pumps and associated equipment, has invested over £1 million (€1.4 million) in designing and launching a new range of API 610 VS4 vertical sulphur pumps for the oil and gas industry. Elemental (pure) sulphur is a valuable by-product recovered during the refinement of... [Read More]

July 6, 2015
Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WM) has acquired the MasoSine sinusoidal pump manufacturing and distribution business from PRIMIX Corporation in Japan for £2.8 million (€3.9 million) through its parent company Spirax-Sarco Engineering. The acquisition provides WM a foothold on the Japanese market for the first time and strengthens the level of service... [Read More]

June 30, 2015
Tapflo has introduced the largest pump so far in their range of centrifugal magnetic drive pumps, the CTM 32 – 12,5. The CTM pumps are designed and manufactured for chemical transfer and circulation surface treatment industries. The newest addition to the CTM range is a close coupled compact pump intended for service in tight spaces, such as those found in OEM... [Read More]

June 29, 2015
Australian Pump Industries has released a new range of submersible pumps by Tsurumi Pumps, designed to handle corrosive liquids. The new TM Series pumps are intended for a range of duties from aquaculture to chemical spill containment, particularly where corrosion is an issue. The stator housing is titanium whilst the pump casing, stand and motor cap components are manufactured... [Read More]

June 25, 2015
Mono macerating and pumping equipment provided by NOV that has operated for over 40 years was replaced with new equipment from the same company at a waste water treatment plant in North Yorkshire, UK. NOV provided Mono Munchpump packaged systems to replace the original Mutrator units, which had been in service at the Langthwaite WWT plant since prior to 1970. Energy... [Read More]

June 25, 2015
Alfa Laval has won an order to supply pumping systems to several oil platform in the North Sea. The order is worth is valued at approximately SEK 200 million (€21,7 million), and the delivery of Alfa Laval’s Framo systems is scheduled for 2016. The order concerns the delivery of fire-water pumping systems to four Statoil oil platforms in the Johan Sverdrup... [Read More]

June 24, 2015
Graco has released the Graco Chemsafe, a new addition to its line of AODD transfer pumps. The Chemsafe range, designed for the transfer of very corrosive and abrasive fluids, is intended to withstand harsher applications than the company’s previous Husky range. The new product line is available sizes ranging from ¼” up to 1.5” (up to 376 l/min),... [Read More]

June 23, 2015
Australian Pump Industries has introduced new submersible pumps to deal with the challenge highly corrosive environments pose. Australian construction sites and mines are often faced with the problem of moving contaminated and corrosive water, with which cast iron submersible pumps are unable to cope with and often fail prematurely. The SFQ series by Tsurumi Pump, made... [Read More]

June 23, 2015
Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (W-M) announced that a trial of its new Apex35 Bredel hose pump at German energy-from-waste producer EEW Saarbrücken's plant has indicated the pump's potential to cut maintenance costs. The company reports its Apex35 pump was able to run without clogging for a long period while pumping abrasive brine and that the downtime and... [Read More]

June 23, 2015
From butter and ice cream to yogurt, dairy products are a staple at many tables and the global demand is on a steady rise. Dairy products are variable in consistency and viscosity, and thus effective pumping equipment is needed to transport them during the production process, and rigorous processing standards are in place to ensure the quality of the produced goods. One... [Read More]

June 23, 2015
Ingersoll Rand has introduced the ARO Station, a new customized pumping station housing an ARO pump and piping in a durable housing in order to reduce leaks and fumes during chemical transfer between containers. The ARO Station is placed independently in a truck and is supposed to help operators comply with changing environmental regulations while enhancing operator safety. The... [Read More]