Sponsored by: Midwest Valves
Midwest Valves: industrial pumps and valves
Specialists in selecting industrial valve, pneumatic system, water, diesel, oil, grease pump and hose products for distribution Australia wide
Midwest Valves & Controls has been in business since 2001 and specialises in supplying industrial pumps and valves that can be integrated into plant processes. The owner is Peter Willis who has a strong valve and pump background.
Our website and search engine optimisation processes have progressed so that these keywords are sought when people are looking for specific items.
- Arita valves Australia
- IMI Buschjost, Herion and Norgren equipment
- AVFI valves
- SEEPEX pumps Australia
So Midwest Valves & Controls is equipped to handle enquiries for these products. With regard to progressive cavity pumps, Midwest Valves & Controls supports the NSW sales representative for SEEPEX pumps.
Arita wafer butterfly valve
Their website is https://www.seepex.com
Rockwell Application solution overfill-prevention system
- The smart stator is divided into two parts, so that maintenance can be done by one person without the need to remove either suction or discharge pipework. Additionally the two piece Smart Rotor allows for quick removal and replacement. There is no need to dismantle the joint or use special tools, giving a time saving.
- Another design feature is the integrated retensioning device, which allows the clamping between the rotor and stator to be adjusted for optimum ﬂow and readjusted when the ﬂow rate reduces due to wear. Readjustment is done in a matter of minutes, returning pump performance to the required level without replacing any components. As such, the service life of both the rotor and stator is significantly extended, removing the need for replacement parts and reducing the life cycle costs of the SEEPEX pump.
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Gulgong NSW 2825
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