Peristaltic Industrial Pumps By EMP Industries, Inc.
Discover The Pump Thats Right For Your Industry
When it comes to peristaltic pumps, EMP Industries is a global leader in quality, service & innovation. Our focus has always been on the customer and engineering solutions that fit their needs. We offer a complete line of of medium to heavy duty perisaltic pumps that fit practically every industrial use application. EMP Industries offers a unique combination of extraordinary customer service and superior products for niche markets. Our philosophy from top to bottom is one of flexibility, experience & responsiveness to our valued customers needs. We provide sales, service, installation and replacement parts on a worldwide scale. Speak to one of our experienced sales engineers at (800) 355-7867 a lets get started with your solution today.
Were Can I Use A Peristaltic Pump?
Common media fluids and applications for industrial liquid handling pumps include general-purpose fluid transfer, chemicals, cryogenic materials, food processing, fuel or oil, high temperature fluids, high viscosity fluids, hydraulic fluid, medical or surgical fluids, refrigerants, sludge or sewage, slurry, solids or gravel, thermoplastics, and water. The benefits are many:
- Ideal For Abrasive, Viscous & Shear Sensitive Media
- Gentle Pumping Of Liquid Or Viscous Products
- Constant Volume Capacity Due To Vacuum Support
- Dry Running Resistant
- Integrated Early Warning System
- Pumping Of Media With Entrained Solids
- Unobstructed Fluid Flow Means Easy Cleaning
- Free Of Dynamic & Pressure Loaded Seals
- Infinite Regulation Of Capacity
- High Pumping Pressure Of Maximum 13 Bar
- Dry Self-Priming Up To Maximum 9.5m Lift
- Easy Operation & Servicing (Only One Wear Item!)
What Is A Peristaltic Pump Anyway?
The Peristaltic Pump is a positive displacement pump built to pump various fluid types in a variety of industrial applications. The fluid is contained within a flexible tube fitted inside a circular casing as a rotor with 'rollers', 'shoes' or 'wipers' compresses the tube. When the rotor turns, the tube under compression closes forcing the fluid being pumped to move through the tube. As the tube opens to and returns to its starting state after the passing of the cam fluid flow or "restitution" is induced to the pump. The resulting process is called peristalsis and the pump was invented by heart surgeon Dr. Michael DeBakey while he was a medical student in 1932.
What's Your Niche?
Peristaltic Pump technology can serve effectively in a wide variety of industrial applications:
- Chemical Industry
- Ceramic & Porcelain Industry
- Building Industry
- Food & Beverage Industry
- Cosmetic & Pharmaceutical Industry
- Power Stations
- Color & Painting Industry
- Waste & Disposal Industry
What Are You Pumping?
Peristaltic Pumps can be used to move a variety of fluids and products:
The Right Pump Components For The Right Material
How Many Gallons Per Hour Are You Pumping?
EMP Industries offeres a complete range of pumps for light to heavy duty pumping requirements. If your looking for the world's most reliable peristaltic pumps then talk to us about why we are the forerunner in quality & innovative system design, installation and service. (800) 355-7867 is the only number you need to speak with one of our knowledgeable sales application engineers.
How Does A Peristaltic Pump Work?
If you have ever wondered how a peristaltic pump works then we welcome you to view the animation: