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Diaphragm Pumps



Diaphragm Pumps

Air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pumps

An air-operated double diaphragm pump is versatile and can be used for a vast range of fluids, enabling the standard use of a single pump type. As long as there’s compressed air supply on site, it can be installed wherever it’s suitable and can be moved around with ease should circumstances change.

Almatec is a range of premium air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pumps that offer solutions for acids, solvents, sludge, alkalis, dyes and paints, glue, resins, powders, liquid-solid mixtures, aqueous solutions, suspensions and dispersions.

Continual product innovation and improvement has resulted in a large range of products suited to a wide range of new markets. Our extensive product range offers sophisticated and economical solutions for all of your applications.

Advantages of Air-Operated Double Diaphragm Pumps:

  • Dry running without damage
  • Self-priming
  • Infinitely controlled via air supply
  • Easy start up and non-stalling
  • No rotating parts in the product stream
  • Solids handling capability
  • Gentle displacement
  • Large stocks held of pumps and spares

The Almatec diaphragm pump range has FDA and ATEX approved versions enabling us to handle the widest range of corrosive and aggressive transfer applications.

The quality of our diaphragm pumps is very high. Solid design, innovative Perswing P® air control system, composite diaphragms (no diaphragm discs) and best-in-class materials are quality features that will enhance your process.

To explore our range of air-operated diaphragm pumps use the links below.

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