Viking Pumps are used in virtually every industry today.
Viking pumps are used in virtually every industry today, from chemicals, fuels, and plastics, to materials that are thin, thick, hot, cold, liquid, solid and much more. With over 100 years of expertise, each Viking pump is uniquely designed for the task at hand. From simple solutions to your most advanced and demanding needs.
Operated double diaphragm pumps.
Blagdon offers an extensive range of pumps for handling fluid media safely and cost-effectively. Our experienced staff can provide instant support and installation, servicing, maintenance and technical inquiries. We offer a speedy, efficient spares delivery service.
Because Life is Fluid.
A wide range of pumping and mixing systems and services. Since 1834 Sulzer has been a key player in providing pumping and mixing solutions. Its diversified product and service portfolio answers virtually any requirements. With active research and development to support a customer-oriented approach, Sulzer has sales and service facilities all over the world to provide flexible response and support.
Submersible Water and Wastewater Pumps.
Ebara pumps Europe produces stainless steel and cast iron pumps for the domestic, utility and industrial markets around the world. The modern, efficient design and manufacturing technology allows them to produce competitive products whilst being energy efficient. Certain products interchange with other manufacturers such as ITT Lowara, Grundfos, Dab, Calmed and others.
Jenny GDL series of submersible pumps, designed for dewatering applications of dirty and clean water. These pumps range from 4kw to 90kw, the 90 KW can either be used in a vertical or horizontal configuration. The Jenny GDL series has been designed for typical drainage applications where small particles may be present.
Submersible Horizontal Sludge and Slurry Pumps.
Varkie SVA Submersible Horizontal sludge and slurry pumps with solids handling capability of up to 110mm.
When the level of the product being pumped drops below the top of the pump inlet, the pump loses its prime and stops pumping, makes a snorting sound similar to that of a wild pig, thus getting the name of Varkie which is an Afrikaans word meaning Little Pig.