CDR Pumps have been designing and manufacturing chemical process pumps for in excess of 50…
CDR Pumps have been designing and manufacturing chemical process pumps for in excess of 50 years. CDR Pumps were one of the pioneer’s in the use of plastic materials for the manufacture of pumps, for use in strict, aggressive environments, in the early days using materials such as Solid block Polypropylene and PVDF.
CDR Pumps current portfolio includes many advanced materials including Polypropylene lining, ETFE lining and PFA linings, all of which lend themselves particularly well to very arduous aggressive chemicals and extremes of temperature. The ability to provide pump solutions in both magnetic drive and also mechanical seals allow the CDR Pump to be utilised by many Industry sectors including Chemical Process, Pharmaceutical, Food & Beverage, Radioactive and many others. These units are available either long-coupled or close-coupled and are designed in accordance with International standard DIN24256.
To complement the range of non-metallic materials, CDR also manufacture pumps from traditional metallic materials including stainless steel and exotic alloys, with both magnetic drive and traditional mechanical seal execution. These units are available in both close coupled and long coupled execution, and comply with International standard DIN 24256
All CDR Pumps are designed and manufactured at their state of the art European manufacturing facility and headquarters based in Milan, Italy, which operates stringent quality management systems complying to ISO9001. Modern technology is used to ensure that every CDR Pump provides state of the art efficiencies and hydraulic capability, including Computational Fluid Dynamics for Impeller and casing design, stress analysis for component design, and rapid prototype manufacture for product development and Research and Development.
All the pumps within the CDR Pump range comply with the ATEX directive, for use in hazardous areas.
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