Positive Displacement

Positive displacement pumps are versatile and reliable devices that efficiently move fluids by trapping a fixed amount and then forcing it through the discharge port. Whether you require precise metering in chemical processes, high viscosity fluid handling, or constant flow rates in various applications, our selection of positive displacement pumps is tailored to meet your needs. Explore our brands to discover a wide range of positive displacement pumps designed for efficiency and dependability, and let us be your trusted source for all your fluid transfer solutions.


  • Air-Operated Diaphragm:

    Positive Displacement pumps utilize compressed air to move fluids. This technology is often favored in industrial applications for its versatility in handling various liquids, making it a reliable choice for transferring fluids in challenging environments.

  • Drum:

    Positive Displacement is a pump design specifically tailored for efficiently transferring viscous or abrasive fluids from drums or containers. It operates by using a piston or rotor mechanism to draw in and expel the liquid, making it a practical choice for precise and controlled dispensing in industrial settings.

  • Gear:

    Positive Displacement is a pump mechanism that relies on interlocking gears to move and displace fluids. It's commonly used in various industries to accurately and consistently transfer liquids, thanks to its dependable and predictable flow rates.

  • Lobe:

    Positive Displacement pumps are made of two rotating lobes that intermesh to move fluids. This technology is widely used in industries where gentle and non-pulsating fluid transfer is essential, ensuring the integrity of sensitive materials during pumping.

  • Metering:

    Positive Displacement is a pumping system designed for precise and controlled delivery of fluids. It operates by using a defined chamber volume to accurately measure and transfer liquids, making it valuable in applications that require meticulous fluid dosing and consistency.

  • Non-Metallic:

    Positive Displacement refers to pump components and materials that are not made of metal, often used in applications where corrosion resistance or chemical compatibility is crucial. These pumps employ non-metallic materials like plastics or elastomers to handle a wide range of fluids, making them a suitable choice for industries dealing with aggressive or corrosive substances.

  • Piston:

    Positive Displacement pumps utilize a reciprocating piston within a cylinder to move and displace fluids. They are known for their precision and ability to handle a wide range of viscosities, making them a popular choice in industries requiring controlled and consistent fluid transfer.

  • Progressive Cavity:

    Positive Displacement is a pump technology that uses a helical rotor within a flexible elastomeric stator to transfer fluids. This design creates a progressive squeezing action, allowing for precise and gentle handling of viscous or shear-sensitive materials, making it ideal for various industrial applications.

  • Sanitary:

    Positive Displacement refers to a specialized type of pump system designed for hygienic applications where maintaining product purity is critical. These pumps are constructed with materials and designs that facilitate easy cleaning and sterilization, making them suitable for industries such as food and pharmaceuticals where sanitation is paramount.

  • Screw:

    Positive Displacement is a pump technology that relies on a rotating screw or screws to move and transfer fluids. These pumps are valued for their ability to handle a wide range of viscosities and are commonly used in industrial settings where consistent and reliable fluid displacement is essential.


  • Chemical
  • Food & Beverage
  • General Industrial
  • Heat Transfer
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Power Plants
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Sanitary
  • Water & Wastewater Management

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