Verder leads the way in pumping requirements for the water industry

For effective liquid transfer you require pumps that can handle viscous and abrasive media as well as liquid containing solids. Our ATEX-approved Verderflex peristaltic hose pump is ideal for this situation.

Wastewater is often a difficult media to pump due to the high solid content and/or its abrasive nature. Understanding the problems in this industry Verder provides quality, robustly constructed pumps capable of carrying out this difficult application.

Recent changes within the industry show that liquid chlorine is being used progressively more; Verder is perfectly placed to meet this demand. For sodium hypochlorite, as well as lime dosing, pumps with accurate and repeatable dosing rates, low shear, and the ability to safely handle abrasive and corrosive media are needed. The solution provided by Verder for these specific issues is the Verderflex peristaltic hose pump.

The Verderflex peristaltic hose pump is used in the transfer of primary sludge to great effect: this application can often lead to costly downtime due to blockages and the need for repair. The Verderflex pump is ideal for pumping primary sludge because of its ability to handle liquids containing solids.

The Verderflex range of peristaltic pumps conforms to all these expectations:
· It has accurate and repeatable dosing
· It can handle up to 80% solids
· It has low ownership costs particularly in relation to maintenance due to the low cost of replacing the hose
· It can handle abrasive media
· It has met industry recognised tests and standards

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