Gardner Denver is one of the leading pump manufacturers in the world. We offer a diverse range of pumps from drilling, well servicing and stimulation pumps which are reciprocating positive displacement pumps built on crankshaft or eccentric shaft designs, through to truck mounted liquid pumps for discharging liquids from road tankers and WOB-L Piston, Diaphragm, Rotary Vane, Articulated Piston, Linear and Peristaltic and centrifugal pumps used in medical, laboratory, life science and chemical applications.
Our full line of pumps and extensive experience allows us to offer our customers the right pump for any application.
One of the most respected names in the petroleum industry with a diverse group of durable pumps used in oil and natural gas drilling production, well servicing and stimulation.
For pumps we offer seven technologies to choose from: radial, side channel, liquid ring, oil lubricated and dry running rotary vane, rotary lobe, claw and screw. Click on the "Products" icon below for performance details.
Liquid ring vacuum pumps have the features and performance necessary for all demanding applications. Performance range: 20 to 23000 cfm (34 to 40,000 m³/hr), vacuum levels to 29+" HgV (30 mbar abs).
Centrifugal pumps suitable for the conveyance of clear or slightly cloudy, chemically inert or aggressive liquids and of solutions with suspended crystals or fibrous materials, mainly used in the chemical and petrolchemical industry.
High quality OEM pumps. Operating principles include WOB-L piston, diaphragm, rotary vane, articulated piston, linear and peristaltic. Up to 365 l/min flow.
Truck mounted gear or lobe cargo pumps for discharging a wide range of liquids from road tankers. Performance range: 80 to 1000 l/min.
Welch-Ilmvac provide high quality vacuum pumps and systems for laboratory, life science, chemical, refrigeration and light industrial applications.
Gear, centrifugal, chemsteel and rubber impeller pumps for use in industrial, marine and chemical applications. Performance range: flow 0 – 200 gpm (0 – 662 l/m), pressure 0 – 500 psi (0 – 34.5 bar).