Specialist Industry - Food Production
The food production industry demands reliable, high-performance and cost-effective pumps for moving a broad range of fluids involving a wide variety of duties. Pumps must stringent industry and health and safety regulations with low through-life costs and maintenance requirements.
To keep a plant operating at full capacity, plug-and-play pumps may be required on short lead times to replace old or failing pumps, minimising disruptive downtime, or unusual processes may demand a bespoke pump to meet a specialist duty.
Amarinth’s range of long and close coupled horizontal and vertical pumps are compliant with ISO 5199, ASME B73.1 and ISO 9906, carry full ATEX compliance, and are available in range of materials, including stainless steel. We have models that are particularly suited to high efficiency / low power duties, variable speed drive requirements, and low NPSH applications. Bespoke pumps can be delivered on short lead times.
We strive to fully understand our customers’ requirements and ensure we deliver to your specifications and expectations within our quoted leadtime. We currently deliver in excess of 95% of orders on-time, measured to the day
Our horizontal and vertical pumps are designed for a reliable and long service life, meeting or exceeding current industrial and food processing quality and safety standards. We can supply pumps that are fully interchangeable with former Girdlestone URF, USM, SSM and SSD series pumps, eliminating the need for expensive modifications of process plant and associated downtime. Pumps can also be supplied on bespoke baseplates to match existing footprints. Our range of Condensate Recovery Units incorporates high efficiency pumps with multi-stage motors and intelligent control systems. We work exclusively with UK foundries for all castings to ensure consistently high quality and manufacture all critical components within the UK.
What Our Clients Say
If we had not involved Amarinth at the early stage of this project it would never have been approved. Amarinth’s unsurpassed knowledge of its both own products and the Girdlestone pump ranges combined with its willingness and enthusiasm to work with the customer is invaluable to British Sugar at the Bury St Edmunds site as well as our three other factories operating within the UK. We would have no hesitation in involving Amarinth in any future projects involving centrifugal pumps or the refurbishment of other redundant Girdlestone pumps that became available.
We work closely with our customers to deliver exactly what is needed, on-time and on-budget, which we achieve through:
- Clear regular lines of communication, including video conferencing
- Regular project updates, progress reports and production programs
- Transparent live manufacturing status (24/7 via our web page)
- High quality product documentation to accompany products
- Full NDT and NDE capabilities
- Comprehensive testing facilities, including two VLS pits
- Customer witnessing, including remote monitoring via our web page
- Comprehensive customer support pre, during and post order
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Technical information: Specifying, measuring and reducing noise levels of pumps to meet health and safety regulations
There are various health and safety regulations around the world that set the maximum continuous noise levels workers can be subject to, but all are broadly in agreement.
This form must be printed & completed before any pump is returned to our factory for repair or refurbishment. It should be faxed or e-mailed to Amarinth before the pump is sent. Pumps delivered to our factory without a decontamination certificate will be rejected and returned
Amarinth explains reverse engineering pitfalls and re-engineering benefits for Girdlestone 910 and 920 pumps
Amarinth explores the traditions of self-priming pumps and compares Amarinth products to traditional self-priming methods
Considering potential filtration options for bearing lubrication where it is critical that the bearings do not run dry