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realax hose pumps

27 July 2012

Available in France, Great Britain and Ireland, realax peristaltic pumps reflect new thinking in peristaltic pump technology, giving end-users the widest selection of models available in the market

Employing both shoe and roller technologies the realax pump range comprises four series, namely the APY, ISI, IP and RP, and 24 models, giving capacity rates from 0.16 ml/rev through to 20 l/rev and pressures from 2 to15 bar. All four series will be available ex-stock along with a comprehensive range of replacement hoses.

The complete series of seal-less realax pumps have many common features, including: reversible rotation, corrosion and abrasion resistance, high dosing accuracy, dry running without damage and easy cleaning/low maintenance.

The pump comes in four versions: bare shaft, gear reducer (fixed speed), integrated inverter and mechanical variable speed. Accessories include: leakage detector, batch controller, vacuum equipment and discharge pulsation dampers.

realax
realax is a new force in the fluid handling industry. Bringing a new open-mindedness, dynamism and dependability to pumping. With a new, comprehensive range of Petristaltic pumps for handling an extraordinary range of media and drawing on vast industry and application experience, realax is what you need when you need peace of mind pumping.
We introduced hose pump technology to Europe.

For 35 years we’ve been helping apply the technology across the whole process industry in Europe. In any number of different applications. With dependability, with precision, with simplicity and with the ability to handle even shear-sensitive media have made hose pumping the technology of choice time and time again.

Shoes or rollers?
The shoe option is preferred for higher operating pressures (up to 16 bar) but it can also create more frictional heat than the roller design. Rollers mounted on bearings compress the hose. Less friction and mechanical stress is produced and pressures of up to 8 bar can be supported. With both shoe and roller technologies, the realax pump range addresses high and low pressure pumping requirements.


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