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Vane Pumps

Rotary vane pumps & sliding vane pumps

Vane pumps are from the positive displacement pump family, and are suitable for transferring medium viscosity oils, lubricants and fuels at high pressures, and also low viscosity fuels such as alcohol, chemical, fuels and solvents. Most vane pump designs are direct-drive, meaning that there are no transmissions or gears to reduce the speed of operation. Consequently, they benefit from easy maintenance compared to alternative positive displacement pumps. There is no metal to metal contact inside pump, which allows the pump to handle non-lubricating fluids and reduces the amount of wear, ultimately leading to lower life cycle costs. Read our rotary vane pump guide here

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Vane pumps are from the positive displacement pump family, and are suitable for transferring medium viscosity oils, lubricants and fuels at high pressures, and also low viscosity fuels such as alcohol, chemical, fuels and solvents. Most vane pump designs are direct-drive, meaning that there are no transmissions or gears to reduce the speed of operation. Consequently, they benefit from easy maintenance compared to alternative positive displacement pumps. There is no metal to metal contact inside pump, which allows the pump to handle non-lubricating fluids and reduces the amount of wear, ultimately leading to lower life cycle costs. Read our rotary vane pump guide here

Vane pumps are often utilised within the following applications:

Fuel transfer
Lubrication
Chemical handling
Bitumen transfer
Edible oil transfer
High temperature fluids (up to 260°c)
Liquefied gases

There are a number of vane pump designs making it suitable for a vast range of applications. For example, the sliding vane pump has dry-running capabilities and is able to cope with small amounts of vapour, whereas external vane pumps can handle fluids containing large solids.

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Bombas Trief BAL-2R Rotary Vane Pump

Bombas Trief BAL-2R Rotary Vane Pump

  • Up to 110M³H
  • Max. Head 10 bar
  • Max. Temp 250°C
  • 1” - 4“ Outlet
  • Max. Viscosity 10000 Cst
Bombas Trief BAL-C Rotary Vane Pump

Bombas Trief BAL-C Rotary Vane Pump

  • Up to 110M³H
  • Max. Head 10 bar
  • Max. Temp 250°C
  • 1” - 4“ Outlet
  • Max. Viscosity 10000 Cst
Bombas Trief BAL-D Rotary Vane Pump

Bombas Trief BAL-D Rotary Vane Pump

  • Up to 110M³H
  • Max. Head 10 bar
  • Max. Temp 250°C
  • 1” - 4“ Outlet
  • Max. Viscosity 10000 Cst
Gemmecotti HPP/HPF Rotary Vane Magnetic Drive Pump

Gemmecotti HPP/HPF Rotary Vane Magnetic Drive Pump

  • ​Up to 1M³H
  • Max. Head 5 bar
  • Max. Temp 90°C
  • 3/8” - 1/2” Outlet
Gemmecotti HTP Self Priming Vane Magnetic Drive Pump

Gemmecotti HTP Self Priming Vane Magnetic Drive Pump

  • Up to 2M³H
  • Max. Head 13 bar
  • Max. Temp 250°C
  • 3/8” - 1” Outlet
  • Max. Viscosity 2000 cPs

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