Allweiler Heat-Transfer Pumps at WTT-Expo


Allweiler announces its intention to participate in WTT Expo, the first trade fair to focus on heat-transfer 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.

Pumps for hot water as well as petroleum-based and synthetic heat-carrier oils have been an Allweiler specialty for more than 40 years. Founded in 1860, this company is Germany’s oldest pump manufacturer. Their specialty pumps move oil at temperatures as high as 350 °C and hot water up to 207 °C. Depending on the requirements, the pumps are constructed with either a shaft seal or a hermetically sealed magnetic drive. Process, block, and inline versions permit further adaptation to operational conditions.

Heat-carrier pumps from Allweiler AG are characterized by special design features that deliver exceptional performance. Examples include special seals that resist hot water at temperatures above 140 °C, a design that forgos external cooling, and a very good price/performance ratio. “Allheat” pumps replace conventional water pumps that rely on special seals in hot-water applications, yet they are equally strong from a mechanical standpoint.

The heat-carrier product family includes fourteen different centrifugal pump models. Three additional pump series contain screw pumps that are especially well-suited to pumping oil at up to 150 °C during oil firing.

With more than 100,000 pumps sold during the past ten years, Allweiler is an international leader among manufacturers of heat-carrier pumps.


October 04-06, 2005

Karlsruhe, Germany

Hall 1A, booth B040

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