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Castle Pumps have been suppliers of peristaltic pumps for over 15 years; a pumping solution that excels where other pumps fail. The beauty of the peristaltic hose pump design is that its only wetted part is the internal tube - with no seals to wear and no valves to clog, it's a low maintenance solution for even the harshest of applications, hazardous of chemicals and abrasive of fluids. So if you're ready to say goodbye to dry running damage, frequently downtime and high spares costs, then we have a peristaltic pump solution for you, whether it's for solid laden food stuffs, viscous slurries, aggressive chemicals or waste.
We have over 15 years’ experience, helping hundreds of clients find the best pumping solution for their needs. But don't just take our word for it.
Here, we helped a ground stabilisation/drilling specialist, that needed to replace their current labour-intensive pump to transfer a heavy grout. Ideal for this viscous fluid, we provided them with a bespoke peristaltic pump with control features, allowing supervision-free operation and huge productivity improvements.Read Case Study
Peristaltic pumps are a type of rotary positive displacement pump made up of two integral components; a rotor with a number of rollers or a “shoe” attached and a flexible internal hose/tube fitted inside a circular pump casing. Due to their design benefits, peristaltic hose pumps are the ideal solution where other pumps fail. Their ability to handle highly viscous or solid laden mediums with no damage, their simple and low-cost maintenance and their ability to dry run makes them a popular choice for harsh and abrasive applications.
Want to find more information about how peristaltic pumps work and what are their design benefits? Read our pump guide and learn everything you need to know about peristaltic pumps.Read More
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