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Grun Drum and Barrel Transfer Pumps


A comprehensive range of pumps for emptying drums, barrels, IBC’s and bunds

Grun pumps can handle virtually any liquid: water, strong acids, strong alkalis, milk, paint, hot acids and alkalis, emulsions, suspensions, fruit juices, galvanic liquids, gaseous liquids, toxic liquids, resins and slurries.

Available in a wide range of tube materials and motor sizes to give optimum performance for the liquid and container size. Grun Drum and Barrel Transfer Pumps are available to handle everything from small laboratory applications to heavy-duty pumps handling viscosities of 100,000 CPS. The range delivers flow rates from 0-175 litres per minute and delivery heads up to 30 metres.

ATEX compatibility when required.

The Grun range also includes models to handle High Viscosity fluids and air driven motors.

drum and barrel transfer pumps include:

  • Mechanically sealed
  • Seal-less magnetically coupled
  • Single-stage or multi-stage
  • Feed-screw and eccentric-screw
  • Mixing
  • Complete drainage

Available materials for drum and barrel transfer pumps:

  • PVDF
  • Polypropylene
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminium
  • Range Performance info
  • Materials
  • Brochure Downloads
  • Optional Extras
  • Flow range up to 175 lpm
  • Max delivery head 30 metres
  • Max temperature 120°C
  • PVDF
  • Polypropylene
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminium
  • Hose
  • Hose clamps
  • Flow meter
  • Discharge nozzle
  • Barrel adapter

What are Drum and Barrel Pumps?

Drum and Barrel transfer pumps are used for the easy and safe transfer of chemicals from drum, barrel or IBC containers. There are many different pump models available in the Grun range which can be supplied with various tube lengths and accessories, depending on your application requirements.

Enquire about this product

Send a message to the Chem Resist sales team for more information.

Alternatively, contact Neil Williams on +44 1924 499466 or [email protected].

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