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Manual Drum Pumps

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Hand pumps from DENIOS are the classic solution for filling and dispensing from drums into smaller containers. Models are available for diesel and antifreeze, for solvents and flammable media as well as for acids and alkalis. A distinction is made between hand pumps and foot pumps. Drum pumps, container pumps and tank pumps are also available. The different immersion depths of the hand pumps meet individual requirements.

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Finding the right hand pump for different viscosities

What are hand pumps used for?

It is often necessary to dispense hazardous substances precisely using a hand pump - for example from a large container into a smaller container. Especially with large containers, it is rarely possible to tip or tilt it for dispensing without risking spillage or having to apply a lot of force.

Choose the correct hand pump for the required viscosity

Liquids are highly variable in their viscosity or their chemical properties. There is no single pump that can handle all media satisfactorily. Hand pumps from DENIOS ensure safe pumping, even in Ex zones. Pumps should be perfectly matched to the medium to be pumped in order to ensure a long service life and reliable performance.

DENIOS offers a full range of hand pumps so users can find the correct one for their needs. Customers can also source all commonly found container options with DENIOS. A wide range of adapters ensures a perfect fit for the bung hole size. Hand pumps in polypropylene are resistant to weak acids, alkalis and cleaning agents.

Which hand pumps are suitable for Ex areas?

With stainless steel hand pumps, users can safely convey, dispense or pump flammable liquids or chemicals. Earthing cables with ATEX approval avoid explosion hazards due to electrostatic charging and are available as separate accessories.

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  • Also available as foot pump
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