What is the best pump choice?

What is the best pump choice?

Our choice of pumps is extensive: for almost all industries we have suitable pumps that fit your needs. We at Verder, as the pump specialist, realize like no other that there is no such thing as óne ideal solution since every production process has its unique qualities and therefore we would like to advise you on which pump works best for your process.
Pump guidance

Guidance on your pump choice

To offer you guidance in the search for your ideal pump, we have a few key criteria which you can select to see which type of pump(s) fit your process best. in case you need additional help, our Verder pump specialists can advise you for the best possible solution for your process. 

How it works

Enter the specifications you know of your process, to see which pumps are the most viable options for your needs. Our guide will show you several options which match with your criteria. You can select and compare easily between the pumps by clicking on the icons and, in case you need any addition help: please let us know by calling us or leaving a form via this website. We are more than happy to assist you in making the right choice! 

Industrial Pump Principles explained

Peristaltic Pumps

Peristaltic pumps are well suited for abrasive, corrosive and shear sensitive media. The seven series implement flow of a few ml / min up to 90 m³ / h. Different tube materials guarantee optimum chemical resistance. Click here to learn more 

Double Diaphragm Pumps

Air diaphragm pumps are used for applications in various industries, from the beverage industry to paint and coatings manufacturing. There are special products for hygienic applications in accordance with FDA and 3A. Click here to learn more

Centrifugal Pumps 

Centrifugal pumps use a rotodynamic principle, most commonly employing an impeller rotating at a high frequency to enact a 'radial' or an 'axial' flow pattern. Click here to learn more 

Rotary Gear Pumps

An internal rotary gear pump is a positive displacement pump which employs a rotor and idler gear assembly to generate its flow. Click here to learn more

Rotary Lobe Pumps 

The pumping action of the rotary lobe pump principle is generated by the counter rotation of two pumping elements (rotors) within a chamber (rotor case). Click here to learn more 

Progessive cavity pumps 

A progressing cavity pump is a positive displacement pump employing a rotor and stator assembly to create temporary chambers to draw fluid into, which 'progress' through the pump resulting in the fluid being expelled through the discharge port. Click here to learn more 

Piston Diaphragm Pumps

Piston diaphragm pumps are the solution for high pressure applications and are distinguished by their great energy efficiency. Click here to learn more. 

Solenoid Dosing Pumps 

A solenoid dosing pump is a form of positive displacement pump which uses a diaphragm and solenoid assembly to displace the fluid into the discharge line. Click here to learn more 

Peristaltic OEM PUmps 

An OEM pump is one that is produced by a manufacturer with the view to be it being used as a component within a system by the customer for sale to an end user. Click here to learn more