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Castle Pumps


Unit 40, Minworth Industrial Park
Forge Lane
Sutton Coldfield
B76 1AH
UK

Telephone : +44 (0) 1773 533 283
Email : sales@castlepumps.com
Web : https://www.castlepumps.com/



Most recent articles relating to Castle Pumps;

The importance of understanding the lifetime costs of a pump

Budgetary pressures can result in purchases being made that are not economical in the long term. Castle Pumps points out the importance of considering more that the upfront costs when specifying a pump.FULL STORY...

Asking the right questions

When it comes to pumps for food processing, the handling of solids is by no means an unusual request. But with one solid being very different to another, it means that many factors need to be involved in specification beyond the usual flow rate, pressure, viscosity, and temperature requirements. Castle Pumps offers some thoughts.FULL STORY...

Automating your most labour-intensive tasks

Castle Pumps explains how implementing flow and level control can automate pumps to free up operators’ time for more value adding tasks, while also preventing pump damage, reducing waste and improving accuracy in the process.FULL STORY...

Adaptable progressive cavity pump

With many foodstuffs, ingredients and even cleaning chemicals being stored in containers around the food factor, it’s not uncommon to have multiple barrel or IBC pumps onsite.FULL STORY...

Making pumps more energy efficient

Around 16% of a typical industrial facility’s electricity costs are generated by its pumping systems. Find out how to reduce this figure.FULL STORY...

The right food grade pump is in the application detail

From dosing ingredients on the production line to transferring the finished product to removing waste fluids, the food and drink industry rely heavily on pumps to deliver their process. When sourcing a pump, it’s essential to understand that a pump that works isn’t necessarily the right pump – what works in one application, isn’t necessarily ideal for another. FULL STORY...

Chicken factory says goodbye to production stoppages

The efficiency of a food process is in the selection of the right equipment, and pumps play a large part in that. FULL STORY...

Advice on selecting an abrasion resistant pump

Castle Pumps offers advice on making the right pump choice to handle food products with solid content. FULL STORY...

Large Frozen Food Manufacturer Avoids Downtime

Just like a car, the older a pump gets, the more you start having to spend on maintenance and the less efficient it becomes, resulting in increased energy costs. The additional costs involved in operating an older pump can mount up, so it is important for a process engineer to know when the time is right to invest in a new pump. FULL STORY...

A flexible wine pumping solution

Food Processing finds out how a winemaker found a portable and flexible liquid handling solution for barrel filling and tank transfer operations. FULL STORY...

Consider this before choosing a pump

Castle Pumps discusses the top four factors that need to be considered when selecting the right pump for food processing applications. FULL STORY...

The right food grade pump is in the application detail

From dosing ingredients on the production line to transferring the finished product to removing waste fluids, the food and drink industry rely heavily on pumps to deliver their process. When sourcing a pump, it’s essential to understand that a pump that works isn’t necessarily the right pump – what works in one application, isn’t necessarily ideal for another. FULL STORY...

Advice on specifying a food transfer pump

With fluids varying from shear sensitive creams, to viscous, solid laden sauces to high temperature vegetable oils, the process of specifying a food transfer pump requires technical knowledge to make sure that you have the right pump to deliver your process without downtime.With 10 years’ experience supplying food processing plants, dairies and breweries, Castle Pumps Ltd can help. FULL STORY...