Drum pump made by Lutz
Requirements and liquids in the market could not be more different. Large quantities, high pressures, viscous liquids, chemical resistance and many more features make the drum pump face a wide variety of challenges.
Drum Pumps for pumping liquids from different containers
There is a suitable pump for every Pumped medium. Pumps made of ensure that diesel and oil run like lubricated. Stainless steel is excellently suited for corrosive liquids - it has proven itself in the pharmaceutical, food and cosmetics industries. The extremely resistant Hastelloy C does not shy away from highly aggressive acids or alkalis. The choice is yours, whatever the application.
Due to the variety of thin- and viscous, neutral and aggressive, cold and hot, as well as flammable and non-flammable media to be pumped, it is necessary to have the right Drum pump for every requirement.
When we at Lutz speak of a Drum pump, it consists of 2 main elements. These are a and a The Motor is the drive and is responsible for the flow rate of the various requirements. With its high-quality materials and resistance to the media, the Pump tube ensures the safe transport of the liquids.
Due to the many variants of our products, we supply suitable solutions for every challenge. Our portfolio is completed by corresponding .
Which diving depth is needed for which tank? Canister, hobbocks, Drum, IBC tanks and special containers of all kinds always ask users this one question. Since most containers comply with a standard, this also simplifies the answer to the question of the correct immersion depth.
All standard Lutz pumping stations have been adapted to the corresponding container standards, resulting in immersion depths of 500 mm, 700 mm, 1000 mm and 1200 mm.
Lutz also has the optimum solution for special containers and pump sumps, as all Pump tubes are available in individual special lengths from ~300mm to over 3 m in length, which are specially manufactured for our customers.
Explosion protection is mandatory for flammable and highly flammable liquids, which are classified in explosion group II (according to EN/IEC 60 079-0). The hazardousness of the gases increases from explosion group II A to II B to II C. The demands on the Drum pump used for these explosion groups increase accordingly.
The the highest possible protection when handling highly flammable, combustible substances and in potentially explosive environments. It is designed in stainless steel (stainless steel 1.4571) and Hastelloy C. It meets all international standards and regulations and complies with the directives according to Atex 2014/34/EU and IEC Ex.