Gear pumps for machine and plant construction

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Gear pumps for mechanical & plant engineering

The machine and plant construction are among the most diverse industrial sectors in the world. All products used in daily life come in contact with this industrial sector. From the transport of raw materials to the manufacturing of basic materials to the finished product, everything depends on the inventions of machine and plant construction.


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Gear pumps are used to transport fluids, because they combine the many advantages of other pump types in one device. They are as diverse in their designs as their applications in mechanical engineering. Pumps for the food industry, for the production of fibers or general plant construction are just a few examples here.

The Witte gear pumps are suitable for low viscosities such as solvents or also high viscosities such as rubber. Particularly for larger quantities or special applications, it is necessary to design the gear pumps specifically for the processes using specially trained mechanical engineers. This is the only way optimal soultions can be realized.

WITTE offers both: The special solution and the OEM pump for larger quantities. Worldwide service is important, because the products from mechanical engineering are used all over the world.

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Mechanical engineering is a diverse industrial segment in which new innovative solutions are used on a daily basis. In particular, the design of complex plants for the food industry requires a wide variety of different pump solutions for a wide range of process stages.

Gear pumps are one of the pump types used.

Plant engineering for the food industry benefits from the use of gear pumps because their exact volumetric delivery volume makes them ideally suited for precise metering tasks. However, low-viscosity liquids can also be conveyed perfectly. In the food industry segment, pumps in plant engineering are preferably used for transfer and metering tasks. As a rule, the pumps convey components and constituents of the future end product to the individual process stages.