DEF transfer pumps/dispensers for IBC Totes – Finally, a fresh face

Ok so we are all familair with who the usual suspects are; manufacturers for Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) transfer pumps for IBC totes.  We get this question often, who are the players in the DEF market for dispensing equipment?  In this blog post, we will be introducing a new player with a good solid outlook on our shores.

So, if you are not familiar with def pumps and equipment; specifically for DEF IBC transfer; let’s do a recap of what you are expected to find in the market place.

Who’s who? And, have you come across or tried any of these?

fotolia_nerd_2977510_xs-resized-600

Well, we have; and I can tell you that while some of them have been disappointing; others have worked ok.  If you are a distributor, you know how difficult it has been dealing with the lack of understanding of what a true distributorship channel really should mean to some of these guys.

From the Wiki– Product distribution is one of the four elements of the marketing mix. An organization or set of organizations (go-between) involved in the process of making a product or service available for use or consumption by a consumer or business user.  

Frustrating is being nice, stupid is getting closer; but enough with the games and time to restart the clock.

If you are looking for DEF transfer pumps / dispensers for IBC Totes, here is a quick list of the the usual suspects.  We are not going to rate them, you are!  So, sound off your comments here.

  • Flowserve
  • Benecor
  • Tuthill
  • Flux
  • Piusi
  • BB Pumps and Parts
  • Balcrank

 

hornet4-1
So, now we look ahead to a new player in the US.  A new intersting hybrid technology that promises a lot for your DEF dispensing needs.
Hybrid Technology takes this set up to a new level, it really accomplishes two main things in our opinion:
1. Flow rate increases
2. It takes all gaskets and seals out of the question.
The system is simple, as the pump starts up; its blades are actually extended (sort of) creating a rotary vane pump set up.   As the blades continue to spin and the pump begins to self prime; the blades contract or hide out of the way, giving way to its centrifugal pump transformation.  All this happens seamless; as you will see in the video below.
We welcome any questions and comments, enjoy the video!
 fotolia_become_distriutor_button_finalxs
 Supporting our distributors.

Thank you for reading our Blog.

Transliquid Technologies – not only thinking different, but doing business different.  Call us today at 281-377-5845

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

WordPress spam blocked by CleanTalk.