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GEKO PUMPEN

GEKO PUMPEN

GEKO PUMPEN GMBH is a leading manufacturer of PFA lined centrifugal pumps for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. The company offers pumps with a magnetic coupling lined with PTFE/PFA, designed for pumping hazardous and chemically aggressive liquids.
Due to the use of special materials, the pumps are suitable for applications in accordance with FDA requirements.
A unique advantage of the pumps is the absence of any leaks and high corrosion resistance, at temperatures up to 170°C.

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Gekonorm NM

Gekonorm NM

Standard centrifugal chemical pump with magnetic coupling, PTFE/PFA lined according to DIN EN 22858.
The GEKONORM NM pump is used for pumping highly aggressive and hazardous liquids, successfully used in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Operating temperature: up to 170°C (depending on the pump version)
Min. capacity: Q = 0.5 m3/h
Capacity: to 200 m3/h (50 Hz)
Pump head: to 90 m (50 Hz)
Material: pump housing made with GGG-40.3, lined with 4 mm thick PFA.

Gekoblock PM

Gekoblock PM

Hermetic side channel pump with magnetic coupling, PTFE/PFA lined, without shaft seal.
The GEKOBLOCK PM pump is used to pump highly aggressive, hazardous fluids, without solid particles and without crystalline particles; It is also successfully used for pumping liquids with low boiling point (insensitive to cavitation).
Operating temperature: to 150°C
Min. capacity: Q = 0.05 m3/h
Capacity: to 10 m3/h (50 Hz)
Pump head: to 90 m (50 Hz)
Material: pump housing made with GGG-40.3, lined with PFA or PTFE coated with steel

Gekoblock BM

Gekoblock BM

A single-stage, thigh centrifugal pump with PTFE liner.
The GEKOBLOCK BM pump is used for aggressive, toxic and hazardous fluids, without solid particles and without crystalline particles. It is very well used in FDA applications.

Operating temperature: to 150°C
Min. capacity: Q = 0.5 m3/h
Max. allowable pressure: up to 16 bar
Material: pump housing made of PTFE, PN16 flange connections; bearings made of silicon carbide (SiC) or PTFE/carbon.

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