Lutz Celebrates 60 Year Anniversary

21.07.2014

In 1954 the company founder Karl Lutz started making electrical drum and container pumps in Wertheim. In recent years, the market leading brand has developed into a synonym for complete systems designed to handle any fluid filling, transfer and dosing application.

1954: The company Karl Lutz Maschinen- und Apparatebau is founded.

1957: Extension of the company and relocation to Wertheim.

1963: First explosion-proof motor for drum pumps approved by the PTB

1970: Foundation of Lutz Pumps, Inc. in Atlanta/USA.

1972: Market introduction of the first sealless pump unit worldwide.

1984: Foundation of MTE Motor and Tools Engineering in Couvet/ CH, Production facility for Lutz motors.

1987: Market launch of the first pump tube for complete drum drainage.

1988: Market launch of the double insulated motor series MA II / ME II.

1988: The company Lutz U.K. in Birmingham/Great Britain was founded.

1993: Introduction of the modular flow meter system TS

1996: Air operated double diaphragm pumps were added to the production range.

1996: The Lutz quality management system was certified to DIN EN ISO 9001.

1998: Foundation of Lutz-Szivattyúk in Györ/Hungary.

1999: Lutz Pompen was set up in Ridderkerk/Netherlands.

2000: New development of the container pump B50 for a safe chemical transfer.

2001: Atex 100a approval for all motors, pump tubes and flow meters.

2002: Horizontal magnetic drive pumps were added to the product line.

2003: The proprietors of Lutz Pumpen GmbH took over JESCO Dosiertechnik in Wedemark and Technopool in Osnabrück

2004: Development of effective pump solutions for AdBlue fuelling systems.

2007: Development of the new Lutz B2 Vario to enable transfer of small amounts of liquid

2008: Foundation of Lutz Pumps (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd. in China.

2008: Light weight, safe, practical: The new generation of laboratory pumps for transferring small amounts of liquid

2009: Lutz presents the new vertical eccentric screw pump series B70V-HD

2009: Drum pump motors for explosion hazard areas now also in accordance with IEC Ex

2010: New: Convenient and safe transfer of small amounts with the Lutz Battery Pump B1

2011: Mixing and Pumping drum pump

2011: The new hygienic pump Lutz B70V Sanitary

2011: Lutz complete pump sets with discharge hose and nozzle kit

2012: Innovations of the Lutz High Viscosity Pump Program

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