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What is a Flexible Impeller Pump?

Flexible Impeller Pumps are a type of positive displacement pump that uses a rotating flexible impeller to move fluid through the pump. The flexible impeller is typically made of elastomers such as rubber or thermoplastic. As the impeller rotates within the pump housing, it flexes and creates a series of expanding and contracting chambers, generating a pumping action.

These pumps come in both hygienic and non-hygienic variants, making them suitable for a diverse range of applications and industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, marine, farming, and more. Most Flexible Impeller Pumps provide a smooth, low pulsating flow with low shear operation, and as their impellers are made from rubber, they are able to handle viscous fluids and fluids with high solid content without causing damage.

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Peripheral pumps, also referred to as regenerative pumps, are centrifugal pumps whose impeller rotates in a largely concentric casing channel with an inlet and an outlet opening. The fluid in a peripheral pump is pumped into a peripheral channel (around the edge of the casing).

Unlike standard centrifugal pumps, the curves do not flatten as the fluid flow decreases. To summarise the fluid moves along the circumference for the inlet to the outlet of the casing with increasing pressure. Peripheral pumps are suitable for pumping uncontaminated liquids, e. g. as boiler feed pumps for small boilers, as pressure boosting pumps, car wash pumps, as pumps for the chemical industry and for all applications in which low flow rates have to be pumped at high pressure.

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Multistage pumps feature multiple impellers aligned on the same shaft, all driven by a single motor. While the flow rate remains constant regardless of the number of impellers, each impeller enhances the water pressure. The greater number of impellers results in higher discharged pressure. Using several smaller impellers enhances the energy efficiency of multistage pumps when compared to a single large impeller.

Primarily employed for water pressure boosting, multistage pumps find applications in various scenarios such as borehole pumping, boiler feed systems, irrigation, wash-down facilities, and numerous other industrial and commercial uses. The number of impellers and the design of a multistage pump can vary based on the specific application and the desired pressure requirements. These pumps are chosen when there is a need for high-pressure delivery or when the fluid must overcome significant resistance in a pipeline.

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What is a Dosing Pump?

Dosing Pumps, which are positive displacement pumps, are specifically designed to inject (dose) a substance into a flow of water, gas, or steam. his design allows users to achieve precise, linear, and consistent metering under various process conditions.

Dosing pumps can be used when it is necessary to add chemical treatments to water supplies, such applications include aquariums, swimming pools, marine use, industrial process or wastewater treatment, plus many more applications.

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What is an Engine Driven Pump?

Engine Pumps have gained popularity in construction sites, agricultural settings, and the marine industry. They excel at efficiently draining or relocating substantial water volumes in remote areas, offering one of the highest flow rates among pumps. Particularly valuable in situations where no electrical source is available

Selecting the appropriate pump for your specific application is crucial, especially considering the type of liquids being pumped. If you find yourself uncertain about the ideal pump for your needs, feel free to reach out to us for assistance and guidance.

Circulator Pumps

What is a Circulator Pump?

A circulator pump, also referred to as a circulating pump, is a specialised pump designed for circulating gases, liquids, or slurries within a closed circuit. These pumps are commonly used to circulate water in hydronic heating or cooling systems. Since they operate within a closed circuit, their primary challenge is overcoming the friction within the piping system rather than lifting a fluid from a lower potential energy point to a higher one.

In hydronic systems, circulator pumps are typically electrically powered centrifugal pumps. In residential settings, they are often compact, sealed, and have a rating at a fraction of a horsepower. On the other hand, in commercial applications, circulator pumps vary in size, reaching high horsepower, and the electric motor is usually mechanically coupled to the pump body.

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Ebara Ego Circulator

Ebara Ego Series

Circulator pumps specifically made for residential and industrial heating and air-conditioning systems.


Lowara Ecocirc Circulators


Wide range of quality made Circulator Pumps available for multiple applications.

Ecocirc D5 Solar