Are you looking to purchase a Peristaltic Pump? Maybe you’re not sure what you need or what options are available to you, but don’t worry! The Tapflo Team have got you covered! Have a read of our article explaining the various options you have when purchasing a Peristaltic Pump.
Here at Tapflo, we have different Peristaltic Pumps available depending on whether you need a high-pressure pump or a low-pressure pump. The application you’re pumping through a Hose Pump would decide whether you will need a low or high-pressure pump; for example, for anything 4 Bar and below, we would suggest our ALP Peristaltic Pump which is more suited to low pressures. Whereas anything above 4 Bar, a more robust build structure would be required, meaning we would offer our ALH Peristaltic Pump.
We can offer a range of hoses suitable for different types of applications, made from the highest quality material. The hoses we offer are such good quality they are not only one of the strongest hoses available, but they also last approximately 30% longer than other hoses on the market! The hose you need will depend on the type of application you’re pumping. We have listed below the types of hoses we can offer along with the applications they’re most suitable for:
As well as our High Pressure, Low Pressure and Roller Design Peristaltic Pumps, we can also offer a CIP (Clean In Place) Peristaltic Hose Pump. Clean In Place pumps are designed for industries where contamination needs to be avoided at all costs. Pumps, tanks and pipes can all be efficiently cleaned without the need to dismantle any of the equipment. If you need a Peristaltic Pump but can’t risk any kind of contamination from the application you’re pumping, the CIP Hose Pump is for you!
Although our Peristaltic Pumps can be used for a wide range of applications, our Hose Pump range is perfect for aggressive and viscous fluids! However, you can also use a Peristaltic for a number of other products such as paint, surface treatment, food and beverage, cosmetics, mineral processing and many, many more! Peristaltic Pumps are extremely versatile, but if you’re not sure, give us a call and we’ll let you know exactly what pump you need! Want a longer list of applications? Take a look at our Peristaltic Pump range and head to the Applications tab! Interested in how a Hose Pump works? Our Peristaltic Pump FAQ will tell you everything you need to know!