October 8, 2004
Allweiler wins large order from CSPC for polyol pumps
(Radolfzell) Allweiler will deliver 20 pumps to the CSPC Nanhai Petrochemicals complex in southern China ...
November 10, 2004
New impeller developed and tested in four weeks
Allweiler recently found it necessary to increase the performance of a cooling water pump by 20 percent within a short period of time in order to meet the significantly elevated performance of the “8000” MTU diesel motor ....
March 30, 2005
Allweiler produces its own stators
Since mid-March 2005, Allweiler AG has been producing all of the stators for its progressing cavity pumps at its own plant. Allweiler acquired this capability by taking over parts of the company New-York Hamburger Gummi-Waaren Compagnie AG. With its own stator production, it can make sure that even uncommon elastomers and dimensions will be available quickly and in original quality.
April 25, 2005
IFAT Press Folder
April 26, 2005
Flygt taking over Allweiler distribution in Australia
Effective January 1, ITT Flygt has taken over the distribution of Allweiler’s progressing cavity pumps, peristaltic pumps, rotary lobe pumps, and macerators in the Australian market. This Swedish pump manufacturer is already selling Allweiler AG wastewater pumps under a private label in several non-European countries.
May 9, 2005
Redesigned lube-oil pump for vertical installation & Anti-heeling Pump at Nor-shipping
Allweiler AG, Radolfzell/Germany, (booth D03-02) introduces their new main-engine lube oil pump in two stage design. ALLMARINE MELO is an extremely efficient, robust, and reliable centrifugal pump. Also for the first time presented at the Nor-shipping trade fair is ALLTRIMM with increased capacity. ALLTRIMM is a new anti-heeling in-line propeller pump with unique technology.
May 23, 2005
New Chairman at Allweiler AG
The Executive Board positions at Allweiler AG were rearranged in mid-March 2005. Klaus Stahlmann is now the CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board and Frank Kirchner is the CFO and Member of the Executive Board. Campbell Walton is no longer a member of the company's Executive Board.
June 13, 2005
Allweiler delivers its largest propeller pump to Russia
Uralkali, Russia's leading chemical company, ordered from Allweiler AG the largest propeller pumps that the company has ever produced. The seven pumps move potash salt-suspension needed in the production of fertilizer.
June 16, 2005
Allweiler: After a successful 2004 new hiring and a good start in 2005
(Radolfzell/Germany) With sales virtually unchanged, Allweiler AG closed the year 2004 with a significantly higher level of incoming orders and an order backlog. During the first five months of 2005, the company bucked the general trend with incoming orders that were 10 percent higher than the previous year and 15 percent higher than projected. As a result, Allweiler plans to add ten new employees this year.
July 1, 2005
Allweiler to hold specialty trade fair for pumps in Power Generation
(Radolfzell/Germany) On September 16, Allweiler AG will host a specialty trade fair at their Radolfzell headquarters in southern Germany. The exhibits and presentations will focus on applications for pumps and ready-to-use components in power plants. The event is aimed especially at power plant builders, suppliers of power plant components, planners, and operators in Germany and other countries. The company expects as many as 400 visitors.
August 5, 2005
Allweiler Invests in New Stator Production Site
(Radolfzell/Bottrop) Since mid-March 2005, ALLWEILER AG has been producing all stators for its progressing cavity pumps at its own plant. Allweiler acquired this capability by taking over parts of the company New-York Hamburger Gummi-Waaren Compagnie AG. They then modernized the existing facilities to make them more environmentally friendly and energy.
August 9, 2005
Focusing on Heat-Transfer Pumps
(Radolfzell/Germany) Allweiler AG announces its intention to participate in WTT Expo, the first trade fair to focus on heattransfer and heat-carrier engineering, from October 4 through 6 in Karlsruhe, Germany. The company plans to exhibit with a large booth in hall 1A (booth B040), where it will display its “ALLHEAT” product family, related products for thermal oils and hot water, and demonstrate representative applications from several different industries.
September 26, 2005
Allweiler In-House Exhibition is a Success
(Radolfzell/Germany) On September 16, Allweiler AG in Radolfzell, Germany held an in-house exhibition that focused on pumps and complete components for power plants and power generation. Nearly 150 visitors from Germany and other countries took the opportunity to take a look behind the scenes at Allweiler and hold in-depth discussions with specialists from the design, production, service and sales departments.
October 12, 2005
New Sand Mixer Installed
(Radolfzell/Germany) On October 7, ALLWEILER AG installed a new sand mixer at its Radolfzell, Germany foundry. The new machine is just one aspect of a comprehensive effort to modernize the foundry. In total, ALLWEILER will invest 650,000 euro in modernization this year.
November 7, 2005
Colfax and Allweiler Making Progress in Chinese and Indian Markets
(Radolfzell/Germany) Allweiler AG has been producing pump parts at its own factory in Wuxi, China since the beginning of October. Starting in 2006, this plant will manufacture complete pumps for the Asian market. Having a production site in China makes it much easier for Allweiler to gain ground in this market.
January 5, 2006
Better protection thanks to water-soluble varnish
(Radolfzell/Germany) Allweiler AG has increased the quality of their priming coats while at the same time reducing consumption of conventional solvents. By switching to water-soluble varnish, the company will additionally reduce emissions of conventional solvents by eight tons per year.
January 24, 2006
New technologically advanced emulsion
(Radolfzell, Germany) Allweiler AG introduces the “EMTEC-A”, a screw pump based on its proven, eight-year-old EMTEC series. The new pump is designed specifically for moving emulsions and cooling lubricants, but extra-hard special steel and cast iron ensure safety and a high level of wear resistance even when pumping liquids that contain abrasives.
May 31, 2006
Allweiler AG gets new director in Radolfzell
(Radolfzell/Germany) On April 1, Dr. Michael Matros assumed leadership of Allweiler AG’s main plant in Radolfzell, putting him in charge of the company’s entire screw-pump and centrifugal-pump business segment.
June 14, 2006
Allweiler strengthens Bottrop location
(Radolfzell/Bottrop) On May 1, 2006 Dr. Ernst Raphael assumed leadership of Allweiler’s Bottrop plant. As a member of the company’s executive management, he simultaneously assumes responsibility for the progressing cavity and peristaltic pump business division. He will also continue to manage sales in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
June 28, 2006
New progressing cavity pump from Allweiler
(Radolfzell/Bottrop) Allweiler AG’s new progressing cavity pump is designed to meet the specific needs of beverage manufacturers, handlers, and bottlers. Pumps of the “AEB-SE” series are suitable for all liquids, comply with food regulations, and come delivered as a complete unit including drive. The pump can move beverages and juices in addition to paints, varnishes, pastes, and chemicals.
June 14, 2006
Anti-heeling pump now with higher performance
(Radolfzell/Germany) Allweiler AG has expanded the range of applications for its ALLTRIMM anti-heeling pump. The improved pump has the same dimensions but maximum flow rate is one-third higher at 1300 m3/hour. It is also available in an explosion-protected version. The pump is especially well suited for use in container ships, cruise ships, and roll-on/roll-off vessels.
July 11, 2006
New lubricating, anti-heeling and fire extinguishing pumps from Allweiler
(Radolfzell/Germany) Allweiler AG, the oldest German pump manufacturer, will present three new pumps at this year's SMM in Hamburg (Hall A2, Stand 172). These include a lubricating centrifugal pump for diesel engines with a large lubricating oil requirement, a high-performance anti-heeling trimming pump and a newly developed fire extinguishing pump.
August 5, 2006
Using pumps economically
(Radolfzell/Germany) Allweiler AG is organising a pump convention at its company premises on 12th October in Radolfzell on Lake Constance. The theme is the economical use of pumps and reducing the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). The event is intended exclusively for business visitors. Prior registration is required.
August 18, 2006
Allweiler: A successful 2005 and clear growth in the first half of 2006
(Radolfzell/Germany) Allweiler concluded 2005 very successfully, with an increased turnover of 156 million Euro and an increase in total order value of 12 percent. During the first six months of 2006, the company achieved even greater increases. Total order value again increased by a two-digit figure in comparison with the previous year. As in 2005, further new positions are planned in all branches in 2006.
September 1, 2006
Allweiler supplies heaviest lubricating modules for Hitachi
(Radolfzell/Germany) Babcock-Hitachi Europe GmbH (BHE) is expanding its two Hungarian brown-coal and gas power stations, Matra and Nyiregyhaza, with a total of three Hitachi gas turbine systems. The Plant Construction Division of Allweiler AG is to supply the lubricating oil plants for all of the turbines. Allweiler will install these modules ready-for-use, complete with gearbox, torque converter and starter motor.
September 26, 2006
SMM 2006 Press Releases
Hall A2, Stand 172
November 17, 2006
Michael Matros joins Allweiler AG Executive Board
(Radolfzell) In mid-November 2006 Dr. Michael Matros (41) became a member of the Executive Board of Allweiler AG, and Senior Vice-President and General Manager of parent company Colfax Corporation (Richmond, United States).
November 30, 2006
Allweiler delivers 20 stainless soy-oil pumps to Russia
major order with Allweiler AG for twenty stainless-steel centrifugal pumps that will be used to move soy oil. The customer placed its initial order because Allweiler was able to immediately meet all technical specifications as well as the additional requirements of the plant operator.
April 5, 2007
Colfax Corporation Announces Acquisition of Lubrication
Richmond, VA, USA, January 31, 2007. Colfax Corporation announced today it has completed its acquisition of Lubrication Systems Company (LSC) in Houston, Texas from shareholders of LSC. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
August 2, 2007
Another major investment at Allweiler AG
(Radolfzell/Germany) In June 2007, Allweiler AG updated its in-house foundry by adding a new molding machine. The new equipment is increasing quality and productivity at the foundry. For Allweiler, the foundry is a major element of its value-added chain and essential for fulfilling promises of high quality and short delivery times even as the number of orders climbs.
October 22, 2007
New high-performance pump for heat transfer liquids
(Radolfzell) At WTT Expo, a trade fair for heat exchangers and heat-transfer technology, Allweiler AG will introduce its new "ALLHEAT 1000", a specially-designed centrifugal pump for moving thermal oils. The new pump's maximum delivery head is 100 m and maximum capacity is 1450 m3/h. The new pump expands the performance range of the "ALLHEAT" product family for a variety of heat transfer liquids like oils, water, glycol, and fused salt baths.
October 29, 2007
Large orders for Allweiler pump skids
(Radolfzell/Germany) In September 2007, the Pump Skid business segment of Allweiler AG received large orders from several global customers. Total value of the orders is in the double-digit million range. Allweiler AG of Germany manufactures ready-to-use fuel and lubricating-oil skids for gas and steam turbines in power plants. Its largest customer is Siemens AG.
December 14, 2008
Allweiler delivers its largest lube-oil module to Finnish power plant
(Radolfzell/Germany) The Pump Skid business segment of Allweiler AG was chosen to deliver the entire lubrication-oil module for Finland’s Olkiluoto 3, the world’s largest power plant. Four Allweiler centrifugal pumps will handle pumping of lubrication oil. The lubrication oil tank holds 123 m3. It is the largest unit of this type that Allweiler has ever delivered. Planning for the system began in 2004. The power plant will generate 1600 MW and is expected to go on-line in 2010.
January 30, 2008
Immersed lube-oil pump with higher power
(Radolfzell/Germany) Allweiler AG has expanded the performance range of its ALLUB® RUV vertically immersed screw pump. Maximum capacity has been boosted to 1300 l/min. or more than 30-percent higher than before. The pump/motor assembly is delivered complete with covering plate and pipework, making it ready for installation in an oil reservoir.
May 28, 2008
German pump technology for sewage plants in Algeria
(Radolfzell/Bottrop) Construction of four new sewage plants is currently underway in Algeria and pumps from Allweiler AG are playing key roles. Allweiler worked with the plant builder to deliver 48 progressing cavity pumps and macerators. Technological benefits of Allweiler pumps and the company's on-site presence were two big reasons why Allweiler was awarded the contract.
June 11, 2008
Promotional event: Try pumps with no obligation
(Radolfzell/Bottrop) Companies with demanding pumping tasks can now try progressing cavity pumps and peristaltic pumps from Allweiler AG at no obligation. By making this offer, Allweiler intends to demonstrate to potential customers how they can benefit from using these pumps under difficult conditions. This event will continue until the end of 2008.
February 17, 2009
Allweiler Pumps Approved for Explosive Atmospheres. New ATEX Certificate for Dust.
For many years progressing cavity pumps, peristaltic pumps, and macerators manufactured by Allweiler AG have fulfilled the requirements for use in potentially explosive gaseous atmospheres when used properly. But now – since end 2008 – they are also certified for use in dust-laden explosive atmospheres.
March 23, 2009
Allweiler at Achema: Pumps at the heart of every system
At this year’s Achema, Allweiler AG will employ an informative multimedia exhibition concept to introduce a new generation of intelligent pumps (Hall 8, Booth R17/19). Specific smart technologies are designed to eliminate problems associated with leaks, overheated bearings, and defective seals, thereby resolving complex sets of challenges faced by Allweiler’s customers.
April 6, 2009
Allweiler pumps now with "life insurance"
Allweiler AG now offers additional protection for the longevity of its pumps: “Allready Box”, a new electronic module that continuously monitors a pump’s operational state. In the event of operational deviations or disturbances, Allready immediately emits a warning. In urgent cases it triggers an alarm and even has the ability to switch the pump off in hazardous conditions and switch over to a secondary unit.
April 16, 2009
Safe and Clean: Allweiler Pumps with Allseal
Screw pumps made by Allweiler AG are now available with a new opto-electronic module. Known as "Allseal”, this new product detects wear of the mechanical seal as soon as it begins and immediately warns the operator of any leaks. The pump can then be automatically switched off and pumping tasks switched over to a secondary unit.
April 29, 2009
Allweiler's Bottrop plant turns 50
In 2009 Allweiler AG’s plant in Bottrop, Germany will celebrate its 50th birthday. This plant specializes in manufacturing progressing cavity pumps and peristaltic pumps. Throughout the year of celebrations, Allweiler plans to launch an explosion of ideas, products, innovative services, and consulting options. The Achema trade fair in Frankfurt (hall 8.0, booth R17) will be the first opportunity for Allweiler customers to evaluate the new offerings.
April 30, 2009
Allweiler pumps for environmental compatibility and a clean engine room
Allweiler will present innovative pump sealing technology at the Norshipping trade fair (stand C02-12). Screw pumps made by Allweiler AG are now available with a new opto-electronic module for clean and secure operation. Known as "ALLSEAL”, this intelligent technology provides safety against uncontrolled leaks and detects wear of the mechanical seal as soon as it begins. The result is an economical alternative to hermetically sealed magnetic couplings.
July 3, 2009
Colfax Subsidiary Opens Middle East Office in Bahrain
Global positive displacement pump manufacturer will provide engineering and technical expertise to customers in region, including world’s largest oil companies. Allweiler AG, a subsidiary of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX), a global leader in fluid-handling solutions for critical applications, has opened an office in Bahrain to better serve and support Middle East clients.
July 13, 2009
Econo-pack for ALLWEILER customers
Allweiler AG has begun offering its customers original spare parts kits for all standard pumps. They contain all of the parts that must be replaced on a regular basis during standard maintenance and which have similar usage cycles. The packages are designed to save the customer money by providing immediate access to all of the parts needed to completely finish repairs and maintenance.
July 28, 2009
Customizable Progressing Cavity Pumps
The new ACNBP-Flex and ANCP-Flex series of progressing cavity pumps from Allweiler AG exhibit modular designs that allow them to adapt quickly to a variety of pumping tasks. New production methods and materials also make them cost effective.
September 3, 2009
Allweiler introduces new “Allfuel” series of pumps for lubricating liquids
Allweiler AG, a business unit of Colfax Corporation, has been delivering its new “Allfuel“ series of screw pumps to customers since May. The new series is designed to move oils and other lubricating liquids with a maximum discharge pressure of 40 bar. Allfuel pumps are available in six different construction types, allowing them to adapt to a variety of pumping tasks and installations. Special Allfuel material combinations comply with the most recent regulations requiring ships.
September 16, 2009
Allweiler establishes new global service centers for high-pressure pumps
Allweiler’s new global service centers for its Emtec series of pumps will enable the company to more efficiently serve tool-machine customers around the world. These high-pressure pumps are used primarily to move critical cooling lubricants in tool machines. Service centers in Europe, the United States, and Asia will provide Allweiler customers with on-site advisory and maintenance services plus emergency service and rapid spare parts delivery. Allweiler is subsidiary of Colfax Corp.
October 8, 2009
Allweiler wins major order for Irish power plant
In March 2009, Allweiler AG, a subsidiary of Colfax Corporation supplied an Irish customer with ten pumps for moving oily water. The order was closed in cooperation with Allweiler’s Swiss partner schubag. The pumps are used in a gas/steam combined-cycle power station constructed in Aghada, Ireland by Swiss firm Alstom AG. The client is state-owned power company ESB Power Generation. The order is valued at over 200,000 €.
November 7, 2009
Allweiler Pumps Detect and Prevent Leaks on Ships
In response to elevated safety and environmental regulations on ships, Allweiler AG, a Colfax business unit, has begun equipping its "SNS" series of screw pumps with the optional "Allseal" intelligent leak-detection and -collection system. These pumps are used primarily to move diesel fuel and lubrication oils on ships.
April 21, 2010
Colfax Names Arne Forslund Vice President of Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia
Colfax Corporation (NYSE:CFX) today announced that Arne Forslund has been promoted to the newly created position of Senior Vice President Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia effective immediately. In this position he will also be CEO of Allweiler AG. Furthermore he will be responsible for the Company's global commercial marine strategy. Dr. Michael Matros, Senior Vice President and CEO of Allweiler AG has resigned. Frank Kirchner will still be CFO and member of the Executive Board at Allweiler.
June 15, 2010
Allweiler pumps are ready for low-sulfur diesel in ships
Allweiler AG, a member of Colfax Corporation, is already delivering fuel pumps that are adapted for use with new low-sulfur diesel oil. The company employs an analytical program that shows conversion options or suitable replacements for pumps that are already in service. National and international regulations now require low-sulfur fuels, especially in coastal areas and while ships are in port.
August 18, 2010
Allweiler is looking for its oldest pump
Allweiler AG, a Colfax company, has been manufacturing pumps in Germany for 150 years, making it the country's oldest pump manufacturer. To celebrate, Allweiler is looking for the three oldest Allweiler pumps still in service anywhere in the world. Submissions will be accepted until the end of December 2010 and the operators will receive a modern replacement pump at no charge.
August 30, 2010
Alldur stators from Allweiler have up to triple service life
Allweiler AG, a member of Colfax Corporation, will present a new stator material at the IFAT trade fair in Munich (September 13 to 17). "Alldur" was specially developed for use in sewage treatment plants and for pumping abrasive wastewater. The elastomer's new chemical composition and Allweiler's processing methods increase service life by up to three times. "Alldur" stators are now available in all of the company's progressing cavity pumps.
September 1, 2010
Allweiler Anniversary Editions
Allweiler AG, a Colfax business unit, has been manufacturing pumps in Germany for 150 years, making it the country's oldest pump manufacturer. In celebration of this milestone, Allweiler is offering its customers four exclusive anniversary editions: a leakage monitoring system for screw pumps, dry-running protection for progressing cavity pumps, complete replacement pumps with motors, and free on-site pump inspections.
September 7, 2010
Lower operating costs by 75% without additional investment
Allweiler AG, a Colfax Corp. company, has developed a new system for regulating the speed of its screw pumps. "Allspeed" is a control system that forgoes the use of valves. It enables use of smaller pumps with a smaller motor. Standard cage rotor motors may be used without external ventilation. Allspeed augments the Emtec series, which is designed specifically for pumping coolants in tool machines.
September 21, 2010
Allweiler awarded €5-million order for Iraqi power plants
Allweiler AG, a Colfax business unit, will deliver fuel-injection skids through Siemens AG for use in gas turbines in Iraq. The first two systems will be completed in early 2011. The Iraqi Ministry of Electricity has ordered an additional five skids and has options to purchase three more. All of the systems have the special ability to switch between several different liquid fuels without shutting down the turbines.
October 28, 2010
Allweiler Turns 150 – Earning Leadership One Customer at a Time
Allweiler AG, a Colfax business unit, is Germany's oldest pump manufacturer. Year 2010 marks 150 years that Allweiler has been manufacturing pumps. The company celebrated its anniversary on September 25 with a reception and an open house day for employees and their family members. Approximately 1800 visitors took advantage of this opportunity.
November 11, 2010
Allweiler Delivers Propeller Pumps Worth €1.9 Million to Chinese Customer
Allweiler AG, a Colfax Corporation business unit, has received a major order for pipe-bend propeller pumps from a Chinese customer. The eight pumps will be used for salt production and were scheduled for delivery in October of 2010. A follow-on order for another €0.5-million has already been awarded. Allweiler's products were selected primarily because they are well-adapted to operating conditions encountered during salt production.
December 3, 2010
Allweiler Delivers Chemical Pumps Worth €1.7 Million to Chinese Customer
In October 2010, Allweiler AG fulfilled a large order for centrifugal pumps in China. The PET, glycol, and thermal oil pumps are part of expanded polyester production in Wujiang. A large number of Allweiler pumps have been in operation at the site since 2003. Allweiler AG is a business unit of Colfax Corporation.
July 1, 2011
Allmind™ Intelligent Pump Monitoring and Control
Allweiler AG, a member of Colfax Corporation, is introducing the Allmind™ system, a new "Smart Platform" for Allweiler pumps. The Allmind system facilitates intelligent monitoring and highly efficient control of virtually any pump. Continuous diagnosis of the pump complements the capabilities of the Allmind system. The results are dramatically lower maintenance and energy costs, elevated safety, and optimized control when bringing the pump to the desired operating point.
September 12, 2011
Colfax Offers New Allheat™ Pump Series for High Temperature, High Pressure Needs With Uncooled Mechanical Seal
MONROE, NC – Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX), a global leader in fluid-handling solutions for critical applications, announces through its business platform Colfax Fluid Handling the introduction of its new Allweiler Allheat™ series of heat transfer pumps. Allheat pumps are capable of pumping synthetic oils at temperatures up to 400°C and design pressures up to 40 bar (PN 40), yet the design requires no mechanical seal cooling.
January 24, 2012
Colfax Fluid Handling Announces All-Optiflow® Progressing Cavity Pumps, Increasing Flow Potential
Colfax Fluid Handling has introduced the Allweiler All-Optiflow® series of progressing cavity pumps. Applications include waste, wastewater treatment and paper manufacturing. All-Optiflow progressing cavity pumps offer up to twice the flow of standard pumps for applications up to 6 bar (87 psi) and move virtually any type of liquid, including fibrous and solid materials efficiently and reliably.
March 14, 2012
Allweiler to exhibit All-Optiflow and Alldur at IFAT
Allweiler GmbH will exhibit its new All-Optiflow pump series at the IFAT 2012 trade fair in Munich, Germany. These new progressing cavity pumps are designed for use in waste handling, wastewater treatment, and paper manufacturing, among other applications. In addition to the All-Optiflow pumps, Allweiler will also focus on Alldur stators at the trade fair. Alldur is a new, highly wear resistant stator material that is ideal for use in sewage treatment plants.
May 11, 2012
Allmind and All-Optiflow will highlight Achema 2012
Colfax Fluid Handling will exhibit new products Allmind (pat. pending) and All-Optiflow (proprietary) at the Achema trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany (June 18 to 22). Both products are designed to help drastically reduce operating, maintenance, and energy costs for the operator. Visitors to Booth D63 in Hall 8, can see for themselves the potential for savings with the new Allmind Smart Platform.
July 27, 2012
Allmind pump upgrade reducing cost will highlight SMM
Colfax Fluid Handling will exhibit new enhanced product Allmind (pat. pending) at the SMM trade fair in Hamburg, Germany (September 5 to 7; booth 213, hall A2). Colfax’s Allmind pump upgrade reduces total cost of ownership through diagnostic capability and variable speed drive control.
September 19, 2012
Major order for All-Optiflow progressing cavity pumps
Colfax Fluid Handling will deliver 36 units of Allweiler's new All-Optiflow series of pumps for the large Ambarli sewage plant near Istanbul. These progressing cavity pumps move sludge and exhibit very high energy efficiency. Their capacity is up to twice as high as conventional pumps. All-Optiflow pumps are suitable for moving virtually any liquid, including those that contain fibers and solids.
September 26, 2012
Colfax Fluid Handling to deliver chemical pumps to China
In January of 2013 Colfax Fluid Handling will deliver Allweiler screw pumps for a project in China. The PMDI pumps will be an important part of a new MDI plant in the Chinese city of Chongqing
November 20, 2012
Colfax Fluid Handling delivers bitumen pumps to Russia
Colfax Fluid Handling delivered a package of 21 Allweiler screw and centrifugal pumps for a bitumen production facility in Russia. The pumps are an important part of the plant, which is located in Novoshakhtinsk (Rostov region) and produces bitumen according to the "Biturox" process from Vienna-based Pörner Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH.
January 31, 2013
Colfax Fluid Handling, a business of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX), has received an order to deliver 21 of its Allweiler screw pumps valued at more than €300,000 for a power plant in Saudi Arabia. The pumps will be an important part of a gas turbine power plant in Yanbu.
March 28, 2013
Colfax Fluid Handling to Deliver Chemical Pumps
Colfax Fluid Handling, a business unit of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX), has received an order to deliver five Allweiler propeller pumps for a chemical plant in Saudi Arabia. The pumps are specially designed for use during production of explosive materials and are valued at approximately €900,000.
June 6, 2013
Gunter Connert is Direct Sales Manager at Colfax Fluid Handling
Colfax Fluid Handling has announced that Gunter Connert is now in charge of Direct Sales to Power & Industry customers in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Colfax Fluid Handling is a business of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX).
June 27, 2013
New screw pumps reduce operating costs by up to 40%
The new generation of screw pumps from Colfax Fluid Handling reduces operating costs by up to 40%. As complete pump sets consisting of the pump, motor, and a frequency converter, they achieve these savings without additional investment.
July, 17 2013
New screw pump from Colfax Fluid Handling
Colfax Fluid Handling, a business of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX), will in June begin deliveries of a new screw pump for lubricating liquids. The new series covers a wide capacity range with a variety of installation variations. The pumps are suitable even for rough operating conditions.
July 24, 2013
Colfax Fluid Handling, a business of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX) and a global leader in fluid-handling solutions for critical applications, today announced that that its Allweiler brand, based in Radolfzell, Germany, has been awarded third place in the Baden-Württembergian state competition for environmental technology in the Measurement, Control, and Regulation category. Its entry was an advanced electronic condition monitoring and control solution for pumps known as Allmind.
March 25, 2014
Stators from Colfax Fluid Handling: up to quintuple service life
Colfax Fluid Handling, a business of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX), will present a new stator material at the IFAT trade fair in Munich (booth A6.129/230). Alldur was specially developed for use in sewage treatment plants and for pumping abrasive wastewater. The elastomer's new chemical composition and production methods can increase service life by up to five times.
July 4, 2014
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December 18, 2014
Allweiler pump units meet EU energy efficiency standard two years ahead of requirement
Colfax Fluid Handling (CFH), a business of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX) today announced that pumps produced by its Allweiler brand will meet the Ecodesign Directive ErP 2009/125/EG energy efficiency directive beginning January 1, 2015 – two years ahead of required compliance.
February 06, 2015
Intelligent pump monitoring from Colfax Fluid Handling
Colfax Fluid Handling, a business segment of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX) will demonstrate its commitment to Industry 4.0 by with an exhibit of its new intelligent platform for condition and operation monitoring at Hanover Fair. Known as IN-1000, it will be on display at "Pumpe DE PUMPplaza" (Hall 15, Booth G43).
March 30, 2015
Hapag Lloyd chooses electronic pump control from ColfaxFluidHandling
Hapag Lloyd will equip ships of the 13,200-TEU Hamburg Express class and other vessels with the CM-1000® pump control system.
April 21, 2015
Allweiler exhibits its pump competency at Nor-Shipping
Colfax Fluid Handling will introduce and demonstrate the latest version of the company’s Smart Technology CM-1000 Series smart controller for seawater cooling systems at Nor-Shipping (Booth #C03-14) in Oslo, Norway. The CM-1000 adjusts the flow rate of sea water pumps based on the temperature of the ship's fresh water and current cooling requirements, thereby saving significant energy.
April 29, 2015
Intelligent pump monitoring for chemical engineering from Colfax Fluid Handling
Colfax Fluid Handling, a business segment of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX) will demonstrate its commitment to Industry 4.0 with an exhibit of its new intelligent platform for condition and operation monitoring at ACHEMA fair. Known as IN-1000, it will be on display at hall 8.0, booth D63.
July 31, 2015
Colfax Fluid Handling Delivers Propeller Pumps for Chemicals
Colfax Fluid Handling has delivered end of 2014 three Allweiler propeller pumps to a German chemical company. The pumps will move sodium sulfate.
March 04, 2016
Colfax Fluid Handling exhibiting complete line of wastewater solutions at IFAT trade show
Colfax Fluid Handling will exhibit its complete line of Allweiler pumps for sewage plants at the IFAT show in Munich. This includes everything from macerators and peristaltic pumps to progressive cavity pumps, centrifugal pumps, and propeller pumps in a wide range of sizes.
July 19, 2016
Colfax to exhibit large seawater pump and turnkey control system at SMM
Colfax Fluid Handling will exhibit two advanced developments for Marine applications at SMM in Hamburg (Hall A2, Booth 219).