Discflo Disc Pumps

Unique disc technology incorporating the principles of boundary layer and viscous drag. Disc pumps will handle highly abrasive, high solids, large or stringy solids and viscous slurries and sludge and are employed in a wide range of industrial applications.

Applications Include:

  • Oil and Gas Industry
  • Chemical Processing
  • Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical Production
  • Pulp and Paper Industry General Industry including:
    • Utility Plants
    • Mining
    • Metal Production
    • Environmental Clean-Up

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DISCFLO in the Municipal Water and Waste-Water Industry

Discflo Pumps have been successfully employed in Municipal Water and Waste-water plants for over 20 years. They offer a superior alternative to centrifugal, progressive cavity, lobe and screw pumps for handling abrasive, viscous and/or high solids slurries, by reducing pump wear and spare parts costs while increasing up-time and reliability.

The open, no-close-tolerance design of the Discflo Pump ensures clog-free operation, even when pumping effluent containing large and stringy solids, such as tumbleweed, plastic strapping and rags. These pumps also handle fluids containing high amounts of entrained air, for example anaerobic sludge or DAF sludge, without cavitation.

Wide range of configurations, sizes and metallugies

A wide range of standard Discflo Pump models and sizes are available, including over-under, side-by-side, submersible, dry pit, cantilever and sump pump configurations. Flow rates to 5,000 GPM and heads to 1000 ft TDH are available. A new line of Glass-Lined Pumps was introduced recently for highly abrasive and/or corrosive applications.

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Discflo Disc Pump

Discflo Disc Pump


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