Packo Pumps are ‘the’ specialist in the field of stainless steel centrifugal, lobe and twin screw pumps. Pump & Machinery carry a selection of the extensive Packo range.
Packo are a Belgium and South Korea manufacturer of pumps and static mixers. Very high quality hygienic pumps are their specialty but they also have a range of industrial grade pumps. Used in many hygienic applications such as: food, beverage, pharmaceutical, meat, dairy, wine, beer, laboratory, water treatment . There is a wide range of cast Stainless Steel pumps and pressed SS 316, all are available electro-polished. All pumps can be cleaned in place and some of the range are also specifically for CIP, or high foaming products. The range includes pumps for hydro conveying of fruits and vegetables and high shear pumps for mixing as they pump. Packo pumps offer features such as ATEX, CIP, SIP, EHEDG, AAA, Triple A, 3A, FDA, EU 1935/2004 EC, low NPSH.
Starting in 1975, Packo Pumps has designed and constructed stainless steel pumps for various industries with a focus on machine builders. Since this date, they have supplied more than 350,000 pumps, for the most diverse applications.
The first pumps that were developed by Packo were destined for the dairy industry, so from the outset hygiene and cleanability were a basic requirement for Packo Pumps.
The use of stainless steel and the standard applying of an electrochemical surface treatment (electropolishing), ensure clean operation. These are two factors that make Packo pumps stand out even today. Diversification and deepening of knowledge have led to Packo Pumps being a market leader in various sectors today.
Since 2015 Packo Pumps has become part of the Verder group. Together they employ 1600 people worldwide spread over different production sites and sales offices. In the factory in Diksmuide we manufacture industrial pumps and hygienic components. There is also an electropolishing division which gives their products a very high degree of finish.
In 2021 JEC, the South Korean arm of Verder, has been included under the Packo banner