Peristaltic Hose and Transfer Pumps
2883 Brighton-Henrietta Townline Road
Tel: (800) 860-2983
Periflo Pumps in Action!!
September 2009 - Periflo Sludge Transfer Pumps and Controls
Persistaltic Pumps offer the ability
to self-prime up to 30ft of lift and run dry indefinitely without damage. The pumping action involves the simple repeated compression
of a reinforced rubber hose element. There are no rotors, no stators, no check valves, no shaft seals and no rubbing parts to wear ...
making persistaltic pumps ideal for handling thick, solids laden and/or abrasive materials that would seriously damage other pump designs.
September 2008 - Chemical Feed Pumps Receive Their Awards In Action!
Four of the six Chemical
Feed Champions mount the podium and receive their awards at the Catawba River WTP in South Carolina. Having soundly defeated their
competitors in a grueling 60 day head-to-head in-plant competition.
August 2007 - PeriFlo Pumps and Controls in Action!
See an example of a PeriFlo
Pump and Controls System feed a continuous sludge sampling loop at a major southeast wastewater treatment facility. PeriFlo's ability
to engineer, design and fabricate UL Listed control systems means single source responsibility, reduced startup time and optimum system
August 2007 - PeriFlo FMP Series Pumps Replacing the Competition!
Look at the first of SIX
PeriFlo FMP 30 pumps to replace the competition in Lime Slurry service at a major Texas water treatment plant.
August 2007 - RBT Pumps in Action!
See an example of PeriFlo RBT
pumps in abrasive Lime Slurry service at a Southern California water treatment plant. These pumps provide simple, reliable service with
easy maintenance and low cost of ownership.
August 2007 - Pumps in Action!
PeriFlo ChemTUFF pumps replace
Watson Marlow Bredel® pumps in an extremely corrosive Ferrous Sulphate metering application at a Texas Wastewater Treatment Plant.
July 2007 - ChemTUFF Pumps in Action!
See an example of a PeriFlo ChemTUFF pump
installed with PeriFlo Controls and Digital SCADA Communications metering Sodium Hypochlorite at a North Carolina water treatment plant.