SEEPEX, an Ingersoll Rand business, manufactures high performance progressive cavity pumps designed to keep everything flowing. Progressive cavity SEEPEX pumps are ideal whenever low to highly viscous, aggressive or abrasive media needs to be conveyed at low pulsation rates.
The SEEPEX pump portfolio covers a wide range of solutions that can be custom tailored for your application. Each SEEPEX progressive cavity pump is identifiable by a distinctive feature: the intersecting geometries of a helical rotor and a double internal helical stator that form the conveying elements.
Edelmann & Associates is proud to offer SEEPEX pumps & parts in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Edelmann offers high quality SEEPEX pump parts to reduce costly downtime, energy use and maintenance. In addition, Edelmann provides SEEPEX pump repair to ensure the maximum availability of your pumps and processes.
Since 1972, SEEPEX has been meeting the needs of a wide variety of industries. One example is the Food & Beverage industry, which requires hygienic cleanliness in all processes, high operational safety and reliability, easy, residue-free cleaning, and fast maintenance.
In addition to Food & Beverage, SEEPEX pumps are used throughout a range of other industries:
The main SEEPEX pump types are summarized below.
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SEEPEX’s Smart Conveying Technology (SCT) group of pumps is designed for faster maintenance. The design enables the rotor/stator sealing line to be adjusted to suit the application and to compensate for wear, leading to more than double the lifetime of the rotor and stator. The time to replace the rotor and stator can be reduced by up to 85%, resulting in decreased downtime and reduced life cycle costs.
SCT pumps can be equipped with a split Smart Seal Housing (SSH), which allows the stationary counter ring to be removed through the lantern for complete replacement of the mechanical seal.
SCT is available in two versions:
Product group N pumps can be applied in virtually all industrial sectors – for conveying thin to viscous media, with or without solids – and are available with various rotor/stator geometries, ensuring economical operation.
Group T SEEPEX open hopper environmental pumps are designed to convey viscous to semi-solid products with low or no flowability. Group T SEEPEX pumps are equipped with a feed hopper with a screw conveyor for optimal feed. The pitch and diameter of the screw conveyor can be varied, allowing optimal design for different media and applications.
SEEPEX group D metering pumps handle thin to highly viscous products with highly repeatable accuracy. Pumped fluids can be entrained with or without solids, and may be corrosive. The pumps operate with low pulsation and to the exact drop.
Group C SEEPEX food grade pumps of product group CS are used in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and personal care industries where cleanliness, sterilization and hygiene are of the upmost importance. CS pumps meet the highest requirements for gentle conveying, sanitation, cleaning and sterilization. They are designed according to 3-A Sanitary Standards (USA) and comply with EHEDG (BCFH range) and FDA guidelines.
Depending on the CS pump range, features available include:
Group E Semi-Submersible pumps are used to empty tanks, drums, caissons, sumps and pits. They are used to convey abrasive or corrosive products with thin to high viscosity. These custom-built, easy maintenance pumps have low operating costs and offer a cost-effective alternative to other pump systems.
They are also available as canned type designs to improve NPSHa.
Group W SEEPEX wobble pumps efficiently transfer liquids of all viscosities, even with a high proportion of solids. They have a rotating unit with only one joint, which is why they “wobble” although conventional progressive cavity pumps do not.