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Progressing cavity pumps

The Verderpro series of eccentric progressing cavity pumps is the result of more than 30 years of experience with positive displacement pumps. Our wide range of pumps, seals and accessories enable us to supply the best possible solution for almost any application.

Model VPS multi functional pump for most applications. This standard Verderpro pump is an excellent, economically attractive pump for thin flowing to viscous products with or without solids.

Flow rates 50 l/h – 500 m3/h and pressure up to 48 bar.

Model VPW are wobble pumps which can be used in almost all industries. They are designed to handel liquids of all viscosities and products with high solids contents. Due to the simple construction wobble pumps are cost effective and easy to handle.

Flow rates  up to 2.4 m3/h and pressure up to 4 bar.

Model VPR feed hopper pumps are equipped with a feedhopper and feeding screw to facilitate a better flow. These pumps are used for pumping high viscous or non-fluidising products.

Flow rates 100 l/h – 350 m3/h and pressure up to 48 bar.

 Model VPH is specially developed for the food industry. An excellent pump for use in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic and chemical industries. These pumps meet the strict requirements for the food processing industry according to 3A and EHEDG.

Flow rates 30 l/h – 130 m3/h and pressure up to 24 bar.

The VPD model has been specially developed for pulse-free pumping and dosing of smaller flow ranges. For low to high viscous fluids containing solids and for pumping aggressive fluids.

Flow rates 0.1 l/h – 1000 l/h and pressure up to 24 bar.

The VPI model is a vertically designed eccentric progressing cavity pump for pumping abrasive and aggressive fluids trouble free.

Flow rates 50 l/h – 250 m3/h and pressure up to 12 bar.

Model VPM macerators are mainly used for industrial wastewater processing and utility companies. They reduce solid and fibrous elements in wastewater and sludge.

Flow rates 2 m³/h – 150 m3/h