These low-shear pumps are ideal for handling aggressive chemicals.
When maintained properly, these pumps can excel at pumping dirty fluids and fluids with trapped gases.
Using motor technology that is 70 percent smaller can decrease costs for peristaltic pump operation.
Look out for outside diameter, surface finish and hose construction.
One new design can pump up to 80 percent solids and flows up to 450 gpm with a single 4-inch-diameter peristaltic pump.
The diaphragm pumps at the Maple Lodge Sewage Treatment Works in the UK required maintenance that was time-consuming and expensive.
This design overcomes the challenges of exploring and extracting valuable resources.
This technology helped a facility save $20,000 in one year.
Integral design features, such as the heavy-duty hose, reduce maintenance costs and improve efficiency in dosing applications.
These pumps require regular attention, so end users should carefully consider the design options.
Because these pumps require regular attention, end users should carefully consider the design options.
Pressure variation is an important consideration when determining the appropriate size pulsation dampener needed for an application.
A seamless, three-stage process can improve efficiency.
The Lakehaven Utility District achieves chemical cost reductions of 15 to 20 percent.
Peristaltic Pump Speed Considerations
Operating speed requirements must be a factor when selecting a pump.
These pumps prove their worth in critical handling operations.
Peristaltic Pumps in Caustic or Abrasive Applications
New technology offers accurate metering without valves or ancillary equipment.
Wastewater Treatment Facility Embraces Peristaltic Technology
Peristaltic hose and tube pumps add cost savings, versatility and maintenance ease for Nashua treatment facility.Nashua, N.H., is one of many U.S. cities and municipalities selecting peristaltic pumps...
Peristaltic Pumps in the Food and Beverage Industry
Simple maintenance and the ability to clean in place give peristaltic pumps an advantage. Many opportunities are available for peristaltic pump use in food and beverage applications. Peristaltic...
Peristaltic Pump Facts
The peristaltic pump explained—from advancements to maintenance The earliest peristaltic pumps have been in existence since the 1930s. Through the years, the designs have been continuously...
Larox Flowsys OY Improves the Traditional Peristaltic Pump Design
Pumps and Systems Success Story of the Year 2010 FinalistTo improve the operation of traditional peristaltic pumps, Larox Flowsys created the LPP eccentric roller peristaltic pump. The design has one...
Peristaltic Pumps in a Residual Trim System
South Coast Water District (SCWD) provides water to more than 40,000 residents and two million visitors a year in the coastal communities of southern Orange County, California. The water system...
Peristaltic Pumps Waste Less Water in Wastewater Treatment
The ever-expanding Seneca wastewater treatment plant in Eagan, MN required a pump capable of accurately dosing 15 percent sodium hypochlorite ("hypo"). Hypo has outstanding disinfection...
Given the choice, industrial pumps would not want to be used in the environmental and geotechnical drilling industry. Few applications exist where a pump is worked harder, beat up more and forced to...
An efficient and accurate method of pumping fluoride into a municipal water treatment distribution system. Water fluoridation is the controlled addition of fluoride to a public water supply to...
Peristaltic Aseptic Filling Machines
Pumps & Systems, November 2008Drug development today is largely focused on biopharmaceuticals rather than chemicals, so the resultant drugs tend to be injectable liquids instead of solids. New...
Peristaltic Pumps in Chemical Applications
 Providing a low life-cycle choice for chemical meteringIn recent years, peristaltic pumps have become a more popular choice than diaphragm metering and progressing cavity (PC) pumps for chemical...