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Albin - Peristaltic Pumps - Hose Pump - ALP Series (Low Pressure Pump)

  • ALP hose pump is suitable for pumping and dosing low or high viscous, pasty, pure, neutral, aggressive or abrasive liquids, those containing gases or which tend to froth.

Advantages of the ALP pump:

  • Accurate and repeatable dosing and metering
  • Long life and greater reliability
  • Self-priming
  • Continuous dry running
  • Lowest cost of ownership
  • Quick and easy maintenance
Peristaltic Pump / Hose Pump

Capacity: up to 10 m³/h

Pressure: up to 4 bars

Viscosity: up to 15,000 cPs

Hose Material: Neoprene, Norprene®, Silicone, Pharmed, Hypalon, EPDM Rubber, Natural Rubber, Nitrile Rubber

S Reich is the Official Distributor of Tapflo

Industry Example of applications

Pharmaceutical industry

Challenge: It demand sterility and a high degree of precision to ensure the integrity and quality of the end product.
Fluid isolation and precise metering are vital, and not meeting these demands can be enormously costly.

Pumped fluids:

Chemical dosing, liquid protein, vaccines, serum, plasma, syrups.

Water treatment

Challenge: Reduce the down time due to maintenance of costly and elimination of expensive auxcillary equipment.

Pumped fluids:

Sodium hypochlorite, ferric chloride, sodium bisulfite, fluoride, polymers, aqueous ammonia, potassium, permanganate, caustic soda, and many more.

Shampoo manufacturers

Challenge: Eliminate potential for foaming fluid on bottle filling lines.

Pumped fluids:


Pasta industry

Challenge: Inspectors are concerned about contamination if the hose breaks. Our competition uses a food grade oil for hose lubrication, but within 1-2 days the hose begins to wear (turns black), requiring the customer to change hoses every 2 days.

Pumped fluids:

Egg white & yolk, edigible fat, semolina, natural flavoring.

Bread dough & fruit cake manufacturers

Challenge: Require semi-accurate metering of viscous products containing solids.

Pumped fluids:

Water & salt mixtures, natural flavorings, fats, fruit cake dough/mixture (i.e. fruit cake has nuts and fruit pieces that need to stay whole).

Cheese manufacturers

Challenge: Require a low sheer pump so fibers in cheese aren’t separated.

Pumped fluids:

Cream, milk and yogurt.

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