Key Products – Diaphragm Pump Range

Available in All-Flo or Lincoln brand, these self-priming pump designs are driven by compressed air, and liquid moves through two manifolds and outer chambers of the pump. The two outer chambers are connected by suction and discharge manifolds.

• Self-Priming design; suction is used to draw the fluids into the pump without cavitation
• Strong actuation; able to handle abrasives, slurries & high viscosity fluids
• Air operated; no Electric Motor or power needed as the pump operates via compressed air
• Efficient design; simple technology that can effectively run dry without pumping fluid without damaging itself
• Variable flow rate; allows operator to control the output rates through air pressure control
• Low shear; reduces the chance of sheering and separating the materials being pumped
• Stall-free, freeze free and lube-free air systems built to handle extreme weather conditions


ALL-FLO’s A200 Series pumps feature a simpler design with fewer parts and increased reliability. The 2” pump comes in either aluminum or stainless steel and variety of internal materials that make them suitable for almost every application in the industry.


ALL-FLO’s A050 Series pumps feature a compact design with less parts and higher reliability. The 1/2” pump comes in aluminum (weight 4.5kg) or stainless steel (weight 9.1kg)and variety of internal materials that make them suitable for almost every application in the industry.


Pumps with drum mounting kits are available for the ¼”, 3/8” and 1” pump sizes. Engineered for maximum fluid, chemical compatibility and with a rugged valve system allowing operation under a variety of conditions, ranging from clean fluids to slurries, to small solids.


Material is transferred from its original container to another point. Typically, the simple transfer of low-viscosity fluids through relatively short supply lines requires low pressure, high-volume pumps. If higher viscosity fluids are involved, or longer supply lines are required, a pump capable of higher pressures becomes necessary. Transfer systems transfer: Printing inks to press fountains, Adhesives to reservoirs on packaging machinery, Lubricants to smaller containers in remote locations & Materials to high-pressure pumps for spray or flow applications.


Material is pumped from original containers through the supply lines to measuring valves or ejectors, which in turn meter precise amounts of material to a work piece. Typical measure systems include: Multiple shots in patterns of adhesives used to bond substrates, such as automobile hoods and doors, Measured lubricant applied to electric motors in appliance manufacturing, Single-shot applications of adhesives or sealants used in manufacturing & Cartridge filling lines.


Material is pumped from the original container through the supply line to a flow gun which applies the material to a work piece. Typical flow systems include: Adhesives applied to substrates for bonding in construction and other industries, Adhesives used in the manufacture of modular or mobile homes, Sealants applied during manufacturing to various parts of vehicles, including sun shields, tail lights, weld lines and hem flanges & Recommended for use where normal pump operation does not exceed 45 cycles per minute.


Mining is one of the most challenging environments for your machinery. The correct choice of material dispensing systems can minimise contamination, thereby ensuring the productivity of your equipment.


To help farmers achieve maximum machine availability and high crop yield, selecting the best ancillary systems for your agricultural equipment ensures your total investment is protected.


In todays highly-automated food processing plants, reliable material dispensing systems are crucial. Examples include pump systems for ingredients or food additives, and sanitary washdown systems for food processing equipment.


Automated and centralised ink supply systems ranging from simple systems for sheet-fed offset printing, complete container systems for heat-set rotation printing, or bulk tank systems for newspaper applications.


Rail transport systems are highly demanding, and must meet stringent safety requirements. Our fuel and oil dispensing systems ensure efficient & clean refuelling of locomotives and workshop service bays.


Material dispensing systems provide considerable benefits to a number of other industries. These include Manufacturing, Glass Production & Metalworking

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