Aro's Peristaltic

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ARO’s peristaltic pump offering through the brand Albin is designed and manufactured for diverse industries in order to create better products and production processes. Because only the inside of the hose and hose inserts are in contact with the fluid, aggressive and contaminated fluids can be processed without the damage experienced by other pumping technologies. Peristaltic pump replacement hoses are offered in a wide range of materials: natural rubber (NR), NBR, NBR Food, EPDM, Hypalon, FKM, and NR FDA.


Abaque Peristaltic Pump HD25 model

Design Advantages

  • Handle fragile fluids with little wear
  • Provide high levels of volumetric accuracy
  • Can pass solids approximately 20% of the hose inner diameter
  • Dry-run capability that allows tank and line stripping
  • Seal-less design that eliminates leaks and contamination
  • Self-priming up to 9.80 meters

Key Specifications

Capacity up to 10000 lph 7800 lph 150000 lph 88000 lph
Viscosity up to 15,000 cps up to 3,000 cps up to 12,000 cps up to 60,000 cps
Temperature of pumped liquid up to 135℃ up to 60℃ up to 60℃ up to 85℃
Differential pressure up to 4 bar up to 7 bar up to 7.5 ba up to 15 bar
Discharge pressure up to 4 bar up to 7 bar up to 7.5 bar up to 15 bar
Achievable suction up to 0.6 bar up to 0.7 bar up to 0.6 bar up to 0.9 bar


  • Effluent processing
  • Mining waste/wake transfer
  • Mud slurry transfer
  • Municipal waste transfer
  • Sea tanker offloading
  • Sand slurry transfer
  • Tailings transfer
  • Thickener underflow feed
  • Fish boat offloading


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Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model


Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model


Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model


Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model



Peristaltic pumps operate in the principle of compressing and decompressing fluid. It utilizes “shoes” or rollers that are fixed onto the rotor of the pump, which press the fluid through the pump. After a fixed volume of fluid (which is defined by the distance between the two rollers or shoes) is drawn into the pump tube, it is trapped by the roller or shoes, rotated, and expelled out of the pump when the next roller or shoe passes over the tube. As the rollers start to make another rotation, a new vacuum is formed, causing more fluid to be drawn into the pump.

The complete closure of the tube when it is squeezed between the rollers and the track is what gives the peristaltic pump its positive displacement action.

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