Please tell us a bit about the company and why you are here at ACHEMA this week.
We're a predominantly a flow manufacturing company, producing flow pumps and positive displacement pumps. We mainly deal with the pharmaceutical industry, so a very hygienic market.
We can offer improved surface finishes and electric polishing - it's just a high-end of the market for people who want to pump something, but they want it to be just right.
We also pump creams, ketchups, strawberry jams, anything really! If it's got high viscosity, it's ideal for these pumps. But then, the pharmaceutical industry is using low viscosity (like one centipoise or ten centipoise) on things like collagens and we can cater to that too.
What products have you been showcasing today?
We’ve brought two of our ranges along: the classic plus, which is the basic range pump. It is the least expensive of the two.
Finally, this is probably our newer input, it's the Revolution pump. Which is targeting against the Waukesha® pump model because it's interchangeable with it.
We’ve also got the SteriLobe pump, which we didn’t bring with us to the conference, which is more for the pharmaceutical industry.
What are the advantages to your products?
On some of the models, we have turned the rotors around the other way, which is better for pressure and for your seals because the product's close to the seal area, so it can flush out better.
We often deal with some very niche areas of the market, which makes our pumps a little different.