A peristaltic pump is a type of positive displacement pump.
The fluid is contained in a tube inside the circular pump casing, pushed by rotors which squeeze the hose flat (as shown below). In front of the roller, pressure builds up and because of the hose’s elasticity a vacuum builds up behind the roller. The pressure pushes the fluid out of the hose and the vacuum sucks the new fluid in.
Peristaltic pumps are used in a wide range of industries and applications such as food, mining, chemical, fishing and agriculture as well as on and off shore, in anaerobic digestion / biogas and in the production of concrete and paint.
The benefits of using peristaltic pumps
The liquid never coming into contact with any moving part therefore totally removing the risk of contamination
Very low energy usage
Few wear parts mean lower maintenance costs, saving you money
The ability to run dry
The ability to handle a wide variety of materials including solids
Atlantic Pumps are the exclusive UK distributor for Danish-based peristaltic pumps manufacturer LSM pumps.
Their pumps are used globally and are known for their low energy consumption, low and easy maintenance and their exceptional build quality. These self-priming, high pressure pumps are able to run dry and have the ability to pass large objects.
LSM produce a range of different sizes of peristaltic pump ranging from common sizes such as the LSM-25 (1”) up to the LSM-200 (8”) model – recognised as the largest peristaltic pump in the world.
Atlantic Pumps are able to supply you with a complete range of spares for peristaltic pumps including hoses and hose clamps, rollers, gaskets and glycerine.
Stocks are held at our large Sheffield factory and our position as exclusive UK distributor for leading peristaltic pump manufacture LSM also allows us to obtain the very best peristaltic pump spares on a quick turnaround.
Our LSM peristaltic pump hire fleet gives you a low risk and capital free way of trialling the cost and downtime savings that are available to you. For further details please call 0800 118 2500 or get in touch with us using our enquiries form.