Self-Priming Flexible Impeller Pumps, also known as flexible vane pumps, are a form of positive displacement pump. They move fluid from the suction port to the discharge port by trapping an amount of fluid between its impeller vanes and then forcing it round towards the outlet. Their design enables them to handle thin and viscous (up to 50’000 cPs) fluids as well as solids in suspension (up to 25 mm). They are capable of discharges pressures up to 4 bar and flow rates up to 1200 l/min & maximum fluid temperatures up to 120ºC.
We have taken their innovative design principle and applied it to our centrifugal pumps. This means limited spare parts requirements & reliable, robust and modular design. Available in Stainless Steel AISI 316L, PP & PVDF materials and in both horizontal and vertical configurations as well as Mag Drive (Magnetically Driven) our Centrifugal Pumps are some of the most versatile pumps on the market today. They can be used in a variety of installations in numerous applications from the transfer of water, to pumping of chemicals, solvents, abrasives and food products. Similar to our Air Operated Diaphragm Pumps, their modular design also allows them to be modified for a variety of applications whilst not having to replace the pump. Simply purchase the required additional spares to upgrade your pump to feature Self-Priming Chambers, Heating Jackets, Flushed, Lubricated or Quenched Sealing Systems, Hygienic Shrouds and much more today.
Peristaltic Hose Pumps combine the best available materials with smart design solutions in order to maximise running time and minimise maintenance. Our design enhances the pump’s intrinsic simplicity and robust principle. These Peristaltic Hose pumps series summarize what we strive to achieve: better pump solutions for our customers. They are very easy to use and maintain and therefore addresses what we consider as two of the 2 key issues customer face today:
Lower Operational Costs
This is done by using a pump without valves, pistons, stators or rotating elements in the fluid. The Peristaltic Hose Pumps series are designed to make hose changes quick and easy with no technical knowledge required. We only work with high quality compounded rubbers, reinforced with 2 to 6 individual layers of braided polyamide and with an outer layer made to strict tolerances to ensure perfect compression. The characteristics of our hoses enable them to last approximately 30 % longer than other hoses on the market. They also fit the majority of other hose pumps.
Complete range of metering and dosing pumps, including electrically operated single diaphragm, solenoid operated single diaphragm, piston and rotary diaphragm. Range of materials available and variable flow control on some ranges.
The ATEX directive, (94/9/EC), deals with electrical, mechanical, hydraulic or pneumatic equipment in areas exposed to explosive atmosphere. Explosive atmosphere consists of air and some sort of combustible material such as gas, dust or vapour. So, to prevent explosions from occurring, and thereby higher the standard of safety in the risk areas, manufacturers of this type of equipment have to comply with the basic safety requirements stated in the new directive. The safety requirements in the ATEX directive implies that
pumps have to carry a clear indication of which equipment group and category, they belong to, and in what areas they can be used. All the pumps in the our ATEX range comply with the requirements in the directive. The ATEX directive affects a wide range of industries, dealing with the handling of cereals, animal feed, paper and wood industries that generate combustible dust. Likewise the directive affects industries that deal with the handling of chemicals, plastics and petrol, that is industries that generates explosive gasses.
Founded in 2003 and based in the Midlands, Floquip are the consolidation of over 20 years of pump and filtration knowledge. Representing a number of major international pump and filter manufacturers Floquip are able to provide solutions and meet the demands of industry, specifying and supplying products to meet technical and financial constraints.