Progressive Cavity Pumps

FLUX-GERÄTE GmbH

Progressive Cavity Pumps by FLUX-GERÄTE GmbH

For pumping low to high-viscosity media

FLUX eccentric worm-drive pumps are suitable for pumping thin to high-viscosity fluids. The displacement pumps work with low turbulence at a constant pressure and provide for a gentle and pulsation-free operation. Whereas the series 550 pumps are used in the industrial sector the series 560 is especially configured for the pharmaceutical, food and cosmetics industries. All pumps can be used mobile and stationary, are made of only a few components and easy to disassemble.

There is a choice of versions for immersing in the material and for installing outside the container; versions with explosion protection, 3A certification and FLUX FOOD pumps (Directive (EC) 1935/2004 and FDA CFR 21 compliant). For connection of the motor there is a choice between bearing flange (S) and gear (GS). For pumping especially high-viscosity media there are drum emptying systems with eccentric worm-drive pumps available.

Technical Data:

  • For containers: ~ 200 litre drums, ~ 1000 l IBCs, tanks > 1000 l and as process pump
  • Delivery rate: max. 50 l/min*
  • Delivery head: max. 80 mwc*
  • Viscosity: max. 80.000 mPas*
  • Motor drive: electric/pneumatic
  • Available certificates: Ex*, Food*, 3A*, FDA*

* dependent on pump model, medium and motor

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Address
Talweg 12
75433
Maulbronn
Germany
Business Type
Manufacturer
Export Regions
Worldwide
Certificates
DIN EN ISO 9001:2008
Foundation
1949
Management
Klaus Hahn
Herbert Hahn
Employees
150

About FLUX-GERÄTE GmbH

In 1950, the world's first electric barrel pump was named FLUX. In the meantime the undisputed pioneer in the area of barrel pump technology possesses outstanding knowhow and experience in many other areas of pump technology. The wide product range now extends from the most different types of pumps with motors, flow meters and accessories through special system solutions such as the drum emptying systems to custom-designed systems for plant engineering. The internationally operating family company with its 7 subsidiaries and numerous representatives supplies its products to more than 100 countries worldwide.