Applications

Water Treatment

Grundfos Dosing pumps

Grundfos offers a wide range of dosing pumps representing state-of-the-art technology.

Digital Dosing solutions (SMART Digital, DME, DDI) set new standards in liquid chemical handling and accuracy. The operator can easily install and set up the pump to discharge exactly the quantity of dosing liquid required for the process in a unique drive- and flow-control management concept. The setting of the pump is displayed in ml/h, l/h or gph, and the operation mode is easily identified by means of icons.

The DMH mechanical hydraulic dosing pump range is the preferred choice for industrial and complex tasks. The DMH range is a series of extremely strong, robust pumps for applications where a substantial dosing range and high-pressure capabilities are required

Grundfos Dosing pumps

Applications

The dosing pumps are designed for handling chemicals within the following applications, among others:

  • Drinking water treatment
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Cooling water treatment
  • Washing systems
  • Process water treatment
  • Chemical industry.

Features and benefits

  • Precise and easy setting
  • Unique technology
  • Small number of variants will cover all needs
  • Full pulse control
  • Pulse batch control
  • Internal timer batch control
  • Analog 0/4-20 mA control
  • Level control
  • Fieldbus communication module.

SPX Heat Exchangers

Pump & Machinery are proud to be SPX distributors for service and sales. In New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands the applications for industrial heat exchangers calls for a wide and deep range of products, putting great demand on the equipment. SPX FLOW's portfolio of APV ParaFlow is designed to match our industries needs, whether this is for very small flows, or the extra-large kind, up to 4500 m³/h. With the SPX selection of materials, connections and accessories, we can supply equipment for practically every heat transfer need. Additionally our long experience in after sales services, SPX FLOW and Pump & Machinery are your all-round partner for heat transfer.

The range includes: NR5 Plate Heat Exchangers, LEO Plate Heat Exchangers, ER5 Plate Heat Exchangers, VEGA Plate Heat Exchangers, PHE, PMC, Paraweld, Orion, Zephyr, Duraflow, Sirius, HE Capella.

SPX Heat Exchangers
  • Cooling, heating, condensing and evaporation
  • Plate type - gaskets, semi welded and welded plate
  • Tubular
  • Hygienic
  • Energy efficient
  • Up to 4500m³/hr
  • Service, maintenance and repair
  • Genuine original SPX spares
  • High temperature and pressure
  • -200°C to 400°C
  • 0 to 100 bar (gauge)
  • CIP
Tuthill Magnetically Coupled Pumps

Since 1977, Tuthill has worked to improve magnetically driven gear pumps by engineering solutions to meet the needs of varying applications and exacting designer specifications. The result is a family of magnetically coupled pumps that have found wide industry acceptance for their versatility and robust standard of build and reliability.

Tuthill Magnetically Coupled Pumps

316 Stainless Steel or Hastelloy
Flow rates to 650gph(2460L/hr)
Differential Pressures to 250psi(17.2bar)
System Pressures to 500psi(34.5bar)
Temperatures to 350°F(176°C)

Standard Industrial Motors

Standard Pump motors are designed to operate in the most demanding of environments. An extensive line ofExplosion Proof, TEFC, Open Drip-Proof and Air motors provide durability and safety regardless of the environment.

Blackmer Centrifugal Pumps

The System One Centrifugal Pumps are designed specifically to operate in severe process industry applications, and contain oversized bearings to offer greater load capacity and extended bearing life. These pumps increase productivity, while offering maximum reliability in the toughest of applications, such as mining de-watering, chemical process and water/wastewater treatment.

Blackmer Centrifugal Pumps

The simplest type of centrifugal pump is the single stage machine that consists fundamentally of a rotating element, called an impeller, and a casing. Liquid is led to the eye or center of the impeller and is set into rotation by the impeller vanes. By virtue of centrifugal force the liquid is thrown from the rim or periphery of the impeller with a considerable velocity and pressure. The casing, which closely surrounds the impeller, has a volute shaped passage of increasing area, which collects the liquid leaving the impeller, and converts a portion of its velocity energy into additional pressure energy. This casing passage leads to the discharge nozzle of the pump where it is forced into the discharge piping.

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Lewa Process Pumps -Centrifugal

LEWA is known worldwide as a specialist and market leader in the handling of supercritical fluids and the use of diaphragm metering pumps, packed plunger metering pumps and process pumps.

LEWA pumps provide high metering accuracy and are durable, reliable, safe and highly efficient.

Lewa Process Pumps -Centrifugal

The Nikkiso Non-Seal centrifugal canned motor pump has been designed specifically for the chemical industry. There, it is used for metering critical fluids. To do this, the centrifugal pump is designed in accordance with API 685.

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Graco Process Pumps-Industrial Piston Pumps

Graco's powerful line of piston pumps move extremely difficult materials when other pump cannot. SaniForce piston pumps can offer fluid pressures up to 1,200 psi (83 bar) handling even the toughest materials. Designed for industrial or hygienic applications, Graco has a pump to suit your application.

Graco Process Pumps-Industrial Piston Pumps

Graco's powerful line of piston pumps move extremely difficult materials when others cannot. SaniForce piston pumps have fluid pressures up to 1,200 psi (83 bar) handling even the toughest materials.

Graco’s powerful line of piston pumps move difficult materials when others cannot. Fluid pressures of up to 1,200 psi (83 bar) are ideal for low to medium viscosity materials such as beverages, juices and sauces.

Quick knockdown lowers are made with corrosion resistant stainless steel and feature easy to clean sections, improving overall efficiency.

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Graco Process Pumps-Electric Diaphragm Pumps

Would you like to eliminate unnecessary pump failures for your application? Would you like to improve your facilities energy efficiency and create a quieter and cleaner work environment for your employees? Graco’s Husky e-Series pumps will help you achieve all of those items!

Graco Process Pumps-Electric Diaphragm Pumps
  • Only electric diaphragm pump on the market that will stall under pressure
  • Up to 80% more efficient than air operated diaphragm pumps
  • Reduce pulsation without the addition of pulsation dampeners
  • Patent pending technology allows pump to stall under pressure preventing pump failures from
    clogged lines or closed valves
  • Energy efficient electric drive reduces energy consumption up to 80% compared to traditional air
    operated diaphragm pumps
  • Seal-less diaphragm pump design eliminates leaking and failures due to run-dry pump conditions
  • Request a demo and see interactive information at www.graco.com/e-series

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March-Self Priming Pumps

March Manufacturing began in 1954 as a job shop performing precision machining for the aircraft industry.  In 1955, March developed its first pump for removing cooling coil condensation.  Our first magnetic drive pump came out in 1962.  In the late 60’s, March ceased operating in the aircraft industry to concentrate on pumps.

Originally located in Skokie, IL, a suburb of Chicago, March moved in 1968 to Glenview, IL to a larger building to better accomodate the increasing demand for sealless pumps.

The company was founded by William Zimmermann.  Since the beginning, March has been managed by the Zimmermann family, and  continues today.

March-Self Priming Pumps

View our complete production line of self priming pumps, intended for industrial use in chemical re-circulation, chemical transfer, and scrubber systems. Self Priming Magnetic Drive Pumps | March Pump• March SP-TE-7P-MD and SP-TE-7K-MD are self priming pumps capable of 53GPM and 57 feet of head maximum. • Typical applications include computer cooling, photo processing, graphic printing, ion exchange recovery / development, and aquariums.

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March-Turbine Pumps

March Manufacturing began in 1954 as a job shop performing precision machining for the aircraft industry.  In 1955, March developed its first pump for removing cooling coil condensation.  Our first magnetic drive pump came out in 1962.  In the late 60’s, March ceased operating in the aircraft industry to concentrate on pumps.

Originally located in Skokie, IL, a suburb of Chicago, March moved in 1968 to Glenview, IL to a larger building to better accomodate the increasing demand for sealless pumps.

The company was founded by William Zimmermann.  Since the beginning, March has been managed by the Zimmermann family, and  continues today.

March-Turbine Pumps

Series HTP-C-SS March Turbine Mag Drive Pump

The March Pumps HTP-C-SS Turbine Pump is a mag drive pump. Capabilities include generating a max flow of 3 Gallons Per Minute (GPM) at 5' (Feet). Maximum head is 84' (Feet)  or around 36 PSI. Standard wet end materials that come into contact with the solution is composed of 316 SS (Stainless Steel), Ryton, Viton and Ceramic. The inlet connection is 1/2" and the outlet is 1/2". The turbine pump is powered by a 1 Phase 230 Volt 50/60 HZ motor.  Maximum internal pressure the pump can tolerate is 300 PSI. The maximum liquid temperature is 212 Fahrenheit or 100 Celsius. Marchs' Turbine mag drive pump is capable of handling mildly or highly corrosive chemicals, acids and solvents.

Wilden Accessories

Wilden’s accessory products offer flexibility and value to your liquid process and expand the application range of Wilden pumps by complimenting the performance and specification of your pump. Wilden electronic controllers automate your Wilden pump for batching, and other electronically controlled dispensing applications and processes. By eliminating pump pulsation we can also create laminar process flow, or control the liquid level within a system or process.

Wilden Accessories

Features and Benefits:

       
  • Effectively dampens up to 70% of discharge pressure pulsation 
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  • Protects against water hammer and associated damage    
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  • Utilises the same standardised wear components as Wilden diaphragm pumps    
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  • Self-adjusting to various system pressures    
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  • Large solids capacity    
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  • Configurable to meet ATEX II 2 GD X requirements

Netzsch Grinders

We are your first choice for the grinding of dry products!
From A (activated carbon) to Z (zinc) - we offer the right mill for your product.

Our extensive experience and wide range of mills are available for the fine cutting, fine grinding and ultra-fine grinding of dry products of all desired finenesses.

High-performance classifiers for the finest of products, round off our program.

Netzsch Grinders

From individual mills to complete turnkey milling systems; non-PSR or dust explosion protected plants up to 10 BAR PSR (pressure shock resistant) and inert gas plants are available; material executions in a diversity of designs including stainless steel with polished surfaces or wear protected models - We have the perfect solution for you!

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JEC Sanitary Twin Screw Pumps
  1. Why Choose a Twin Screw Pump?

The twin screw pumps offer a great feature that they can operate over a large speedrange. With this feature, these pumps can have a dual function in hygienic application pumping the product at low speed and the CIP fluid at high speed so No additional CIP pump is needed. Due to the design, the twin screw pump can deliver a pulsation free flow on low viscosity product (<1cP), volatile and gaseous fluids. Also as a result of the design these pumps are able to create a high vacuum causing the pump to be self-priming. The JEC twin screw pump is developed according the highest hygienic specification such as EHEDG and 3A and fulfils the utmost hygienic and efficiency requirements for the most delicate hygienic applications!

JEC Sanitary Twin Screw Pumps

Applications Twin Screw Pump

  • To pump structure sensitive products
  • Pumping fluids with solids
  • Multiple use, operate at low capacities with low RPM's and high RPM’s for CIP cleaning
  • For applications where high viscous products, as well as low viscous products need to be pumped under high pressure. 
  • Applications where you need a pulsation free flow