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Seepex UK Ltd

3 Armtech Row
Houndstone Business Park
BA22 8RW
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01935 472376
Fax : 01935 479836
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Most recent articles relating to Seepex UK Ltd;

Save energy and cut costs

Lesley Eaton explains how progressive cavity pumps can help reduce waste and energy in a variety of applications right across the food processing plant. FULL STORY...

Is your closed equipment really clean?

Food Processing finds out more about EHEDG guidelines and testing regime which helps ensure the hygienic design of closed equipment such as pumps. FULL STORY...

Industry 4.0: accepting the need for change

Suzanne Gill looks at the importance of automation and Industry 4.0 technologies for the food and beverage processing sector, and finds out what is driving industry forward with adoption and what is holding it back. FULL STORY...

Dosing: are you in control?

Lesley Eaton argues that all dosing pumps are not the same. In this article she explains the benefits of the progressive cavity pump over other solutions. FULL STORY...

Efficient waste removal solution

Food Processing finds out how progressive cavity pumps can offer a hygienic waste removal solution. FULL STORY...

Overcoming pumping challenges

Lesley Eaton explains how progressive cavity pumps are able to overcome many traditional food processing pumping headaches. FULL STORY...

A versatile pump for liquids and solids

The Progressive Cavity (PC) pump can offer a versatile tool in the food processing environment, providing a pumping solution that can handle a wide range of both liquid and solid food products. Food Processing finds out more. FULL STORY...

SCT’s Big Brother has arrived!

Increased Productivity and lower energy requirements, these 2 benefits complement each other in the latest development to SEEPEX’s Smart Conveying Technology (SCT), the innovative technology for progressive cavity pumps.FULL STORY...

Simplifying fruit and vegetable waste systems

Seepex has recently supplied several major fruit and vegetable processors with progressive cavity pump systems to automatically and hygienically remove process waste from high care production areas.  The products pumped vary from leafy salads, pepper cores and broccoli stalks to pineapple and melon waste, all of which can be handled by the seepex open hopper BTM pump.FULL STORY...

seepex reduces pump maintenance time with ‘Smart Conveying Technology’

Arla Foods is one of the largest dairy companies to use seepex pumps fitted with Smart Conveying Technology (SCT) to reduce their maintenance timeFULL STORY...

'Winning combination' of pumps for effluent treatment

A potato processor in the North East of England has installed seepex progressive cavity pumps on their effluent treatment plantFULL STORY...

Dosing pumps from seepex for accurate pulse free flow

Food and beverage producers are increasingly using seepex dosing pumps to deliver product flow rates from 100 ml per hour up to 1000 L per hourFULL STORY...

Seepex to exhibit at Anuga

The designer, developer and manufacturer of progressive cavity pumps has announced it will be exhibiting at Anuga 2009, at the booth H030 in Hall 04.1 between 10-13 March. The company says application needs can be discussed in more detail. FULL STORY...


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