Richter Pumps UK Innovation and Reliability in Corrosion Resistance
Richter Pumps UK

Richter Pumps - Applications

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Ever more complex processes, together with growing demands on plant flexibility and safety, require the use of highly advanced and universally resistant plant components. With a complete range of plastic-lined, chemical process and special pumps, shut-off, control and safety valves, Richter Chemie-Technik offers a product spectrum which satisfies these demands to a very high degree.

Our products are designed for use with difficult fluids, regardless of whether they are corrosive, hazardous, pure or even ultrapure. Many years of experience enable us to also control additional difficulties, such as high and very low temperatures,solids contamination or the risk of dry-running. Richter is renowned for its solutions in extremely demanding applications.

The chemical and pharmaceutical industries, semi-conductor production, the petrochemical industry, the pulp industry, the extractive metallurgy and metal processing industries, food production, environmental engineering, water desalination and many other branches rely on the extraordinary reliability and cost-effectiveness of our products.

With its trail-blazing concept - inside corrosion-resistant plastics and engineered ceramics, outside pressure-resistant metal housings - Richter products prove to be problemsolvers in many fields of application, in particular:

  • for fluids where stainless steels, iron silicon alloy etc. and diverse plastics are no longer sufficiently resistant to corrosion,
  • as alternatives to expensive special metals and alloys, such as Hastelloy, titanium, Monel and nickel,
  • in large plants ("world scale plants") e.g. chlor-alkali electrolysis and sulphuric acid recycling plants,
  • for applications with high demands on the ease of cleaning of the wetted components used,
  • for pure and high-purity fine chemical and semiconductor fluids high-purity,
  • for highly permeating media,
  • for media which must not come into contact with metals,
  • when environmental protection regulations demand the safe separation of fluid and atmosphere.

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