Standard Pump Fluid Handling Equipment
Serving the Chemical, Water Treatment, Plating, Adhesives, Automotive, and General Industrial Industries in 52 Countries, UHT’s Standard Pump brand started manufacturing Drum Pumps in Georgia in 1992 and has since expanded to include industrial drum pump packages, DEF pumps, metering systems and pump lifts.
Designed to safely transfer corrosive chemcials from drums, IBC's and Tote tanks. When you need fluid handling equipment for your chemical, industrial, water treatment or automotive application, you can have confidence in the safety and performance of our Drum Pumps.
Designed to safely measure and dispense preset batches of chemicals from drums and tanks. This unique design eliminates the need for scales and pails as product can be metered directly out of your source vessel. Systems are available in Polypropylene or PVDF and feature both electric and air motors.
Customize your industrial Drum Pump with selection of accessories. Hand Nozzles provide a safe solution for controlling and dispensing corrosive chemicals. Barrel Adapters vertically stabilize pumps in drums and Fume Barriers reduce aggressive fumes in the atmosphere.
Safety Comes Standard
As with all UHT’s brands, Standard Pump products adhere to stringent safety guidelines and are committed to providing high-quality equipment – so when you need fluid handling for your applications, you can have confidence in the safety and performance of our Standard Pump line of products.
For two generations, the Standard Pump product lines have stood for quality Industrial Drum Pumps that customers rely on for:
- Precision design and quality construction
- A safe solution for transferring corrosive media
- A diverse range of pump solutions for a wide variety of demanding applications
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