Peristaltic Pumps

Self Cleaning Sump by Gorman-Rupp

Self Cleaning Sump Video

Gorman-Rupp presents the Inline Self-Cleaning Sump System. Current pumping systems all have a main sump. Their installation involves heavy civil engineering work and not only that, they regularly silt up, requiring frequent costly maintenance. The concept developed by Gorman-Rupp eliminates the main sump and at the same time increases pumping...
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Ragazzini Peristaltic Pumps Clean Up Bathurst

Reduce peristaltic pump hose maintenance time and costs A chance meeting led David Cashen WIOA Operator of the Year and Supervisor of the Bathurst Water Treatment Plant to  our stand at the 2018 Tamworth WIOA conference where we were demonstrating a Ragazzini Peristaltic pump. Bathurst WTP had two peristaltic pumps transferring carbon slurry...
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Sewage Pump Selected for Safety and Reliability

A NSW fruit juice manufacturer has recently selected Gorman-Rupp self priming pumps for their wastewater service. They selected Gorman-Rupp pumps because they were the safest option for their operators, and because they considered them the most economical solution, according to Gorman-Rupp distributors, Hydro Innovations. Gorman-Rupp pumps are...
Peristaltic Pump

Ragazzini Peristaltic Pumps now on Short Lead Times

Hydro Innovations, authorised Australian distributors for Ragazzini Pumps, can now offer short lead times for Ragazzini peristaltic pumps. Pumps are now held in stock in Rydalmere by Hydro Innovations. The pumps are combined with locally sourced geared motors to match specific customer requirements for flow, pressure and compatible hose material....
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Ragazzini Rotho Model MS0

The Ragazzini Rotho MS0 is a positive displacement peristaltic [hose] pump with a “roller on bearings” design so that the pump housing does not need to be filled with lubrication fluid. The pump is self priming, seal-less, can run dry without damage, and apart from the flanges, only one part comes in contact with the pumped fluid.