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LobePro Rotary Pumps – What We Can Offer You…..

LobePro Rotary Pumps currently manufactures 13 models of positive displacement rotary lobe pumps divided into three series: S-Series (sludge/slurry and general use) pumps, C-Series (chemical/and corrosive resistant) pumps, and D-Series (duplex pumps and abrasive applications). Each series is also available in an API-Series (API-676 Compliant for Oil and Gas Industry). Applications for LobePro pumps include: Sludge, Slurries and Mud, Oil and Gas, Oil Spill and Recovery, BioSolids and BioFuel, Wastewater, Chemical Industry, Pulp and Paper, Sugar, Food Processing, Construction Dewatering, Environment Remediation, Mining, Agriculture, Wine, Power Plants, and Chlorides, Hydroxides and H2S. To how LobePro pumps can work for your application, click here to request a quote.

LobePro’s rotary lobe pumps are typically used to pump sludge to and from thickeners, separators (such as belt presses, centrifuges, and rotary presses), digesters, and clarifiers. They are in fact suitable for pumping any wastewater treatment plant sludge once hard solids over 1/8” and grit are removed. LobePro can provide an in-line grinder, filter or knock-out tank to remove hard solids larger than 1/8″ if necessary.

LobePro pumps are also used in oil and gas applications: pumping drilling fluid, feeding decanting centrifuges, booster pumps in pipelines for oil containing abrasives and waste oil, and pumping jet fuel and diesel from tanks requiring a suction lift. The API-Series pump complies with API 676 with a seal exception. LobePro manufactures an oil lubricated cartridge seal which is long lasting, leak free, and proven in many harsh applications.

The company’s goal is to provide products which reduce our customers’ total costs compared to other alternatives. These savings are achieved through product reliability, energy efficiency, wear part durability, application engineering and training, and caring management. LobePro has manufactured many thousands of pumps since the parent company was founded in 1978.

For more information on LobePro Rotary Pumps, visit www.lobepro.com.