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Peristaltic Pump

- Feb 14, 2019 -

What Is A Peristaltic Pump Anyway?

The Peristaltic Pump is a positive displacement pump built to pump various fluid types in a variety of industrial applications. The fluid is contained within a flexible tube fitted inside a circular casing as a rotor with 'rollers', 'shoes' or 'wipers' compresses the tube. When the rotor turns, the tube under compression closes forcing the fluid being pumped to move through the tube. As the tube opens to and returns to its starting state after the passing of the cam fluid flow or "restitution" is induced to the pump. The resulting process is called peristalsis and the pump was invented by heart surgeon Dr. Michael DeBakey while he was a medical student in 1932.


What's Your Niche?

Peristaltic Pump technology can serve effectively in a wide variety of industrial applications:

· Chemical Industry

· Ceramic & Porcelain Industry

· Building Industry

· Food & Beverage Industry

· Breweries

· Cosmetic & Pharmaceutical Industry

· Power Stations

· Color & Painting Industry

· Waste & Disposal Industry

What Are You Pumping?

Peristaltic Pumps can be used to move a variety of fluids and products:

· Photochemicals

· Slurries

· Ink

· Emulsions

· Grinding Slurry

· Glue

· Chemicals

· Water

· Paint

· Oil Emulsions

· Polyester Resin

· Latex

· Paint Containing Sand

· Sulfuric Acid (24%)

· Lime Slurry

· Orange Juice Concentrate

· Yeast

· Pet Food

· Curd

· Crab Meat

· Chocolate With Nuts

· Diatomaceous Earth Slurry

· Grinding Slurry

· Blood

· Honey

· Sausage Meat

· Sludge


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