The diverse range of technologies underlies the versatility of the pumps we supply, including, but not limited to, bulk handling, fuel transfer, transport, heavy duty liquids and sanitary applications. The equipment we offer pumps petroleum, LPG, liquid CO2, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and viscous liquids, to name a few.
When you choose an industrial pump from Hurll Nu-Way, you can enjoy peace of mind that your pump is of the highest quality and adheres to the strictest safety standards. We offer safe pumps of well-known brands for dangerous and hard-to-seal liquids. Consider Blackmer and Corken ranges of sliding vane positive displacement pumps for the safe transfer of diesel, LPG and non-corrosive liquids, Mouvex eccentric pumps for shear-sensitive liquids in the chemical and food industry, and JEC rotary lobe and centrifugal pumps for hygienic pumping applications. So, whether you require pumps for food or pumps for the safe transfer of dangerous liquids, Hurll Nu-Way has you covered.
Not only do we supply a range of safe and reliable industrial pumps for Australian businesses, but we also stock a wide selection of innovative and cost-effective products to suit your needs. Contact our team to find out more.
When you use Mouvex Eccentric disc pumps, you know you're choosing disc pumps that have many advantages over competing pump lines. These pumps have no mechanical seals, eliminating leaks and reducing maintenance and subsequent costs. It has a clean, in-place capability, is very low shear for sensitive liquids and is self-priming. The construction of these pumps consists of either stainless steel or ductile iron. The stainless-steel models are ideal for sanitary applications, carry 3A approval certification, are FDA approved and are designed per European Hygienic Equipment Design Group (EHEDG) recommendations. Eccentric disc pumps are the best choice among food processing pumps, recovering 70-90% of the product lost when using other technologies, such as lobe pumps or external circumferential piston pumps. The main characteristics of eccentric disc pumps include:
Seal-free means leak free without mechanical seal, packing or magnets
Self-priming with a strong suction power
Ability to clear the pipes - excellent product recovery savings
Ability to run dry
Maintenance of the delivery/pressure performance over time due to automatic disc/cylinder adjustment ("wear compensation")
SLC series Mouvex pumps are made of ductile iron, making them more affordable and cost-effective for industrial/chemical applications than SLS series pumps.
SLC pumps provide solutions for air-sensitive and shear-sensitive products (up to 8m3/h) maximum pressure of 16 bar. This pump provides very high suction and discharge pressures, allowing it to self-prime and entirely strip lines, maximizing product recovery.
SLC pump can run dry for up to 5 min, and the self-compensating eccentric disc principle provides consistent flow rates over a long period of time. The flow rate is highly accurate, even at low speeds.
• Constant volumetric efficiency
• Low shear rate
• High vacuum & compression effect
• Dry running for up to 10 minutes
• Constant performance over time
• Shaft sealing by double stainless steel bellows
• Easier and reduced maintenance
• Reduced number of components
Micro-C series Mouvex pumps provide solutions for continuous transfer and low-flow metering (800 liters/h) at 3 bars and 15 bars of pressure. These pumps are ideal for product recovery for food, beverage (including beer and wine manufacturing), pharmaceutical, chemical and cosmetic applications.
Leak-free pump without the need for magnetic couplings or mechanical seals
Blackmer oil-free gas compressors are reciprocating piston compressors, delivering high efficiency in handling propane, butane, anhydrous ammonia, carbon dioxide, natural gas, and other industrial gases. Models are available with capacities from 7 to 125 CFM with working pressures up to 2931 kPa. Equipped with high-efficiency valves, ductile iron pistons, self-adjusting piston rod seals and other robust features, these single or two-stage reciprocating compressors are designed to provide maximum performance and reliability under the most severe service conditions.
Blackmer oil-free gas compressors deliver high efficiency in handling propane, butane, anhydrous ammonia and other liquefied gases. They are ideal for rail car unloading and vapour recovery applications. The single-stage, reciprocating compressors are designed to give maximum performance and reliability under the most severe service conditions. They are designed for ease of maintenance, with all components readily accessible. Models are available with capacities from 7 to 125 cfm (11.9 to 212 m3/h) with working pressure up to v350 psia (24.13 Bar).
Some features of LB series Blackmer Compressors:
All pressure parts are of ductile iron construction for greater resistance to both thermal and mechanical shock
O-Ring Seals Between the Cylinder and Head, instead of gaskets, eliminate leakage
Valves have a simple design for easy repair and reconfiguration
Pressure Assisted PTFE Piston Rings for Positive Sealing
Wear Resistant Crosshead Assemblies
Pressure Lubricated Crankcase
Standard Liquid Traps are Repairable and Easily Upgraded
Blackmer process compressors provide efficient and quiet delivery of oil-free gas or air. These heavy-duty single and two-stage stationary compressors combine advanced design technology and state-of-the-art materials to give maximum performance with minimum maintenance. Single-Stage & Two-Stage Models Single-stage models are available in 7 sizes with piston displacements to 125 cfm (212 m3/hr) and working pressures to 1,000 psia (69 bara) for use on low to moderate compression ratio applications. Three sizes of two-stage models are available for higher compression ratio requirements.
Blackmer process compressors are built to order to suit customers' application requirements specifically.
Large valves with improved gas flow patterns
one piece piston design
thicker piston rings for longer service life
improved oil control
improved design of bearing and crankcase (no bronze bushings)
Air-Cooled & Liquid-Cooled Models
The HD air-cooled models are suitable for most applications, especially for operation at lower compression ratios and for liquefied gas transfer applications. HDL models have a liquid-cooled head and cylinder for more demanding applications.
Blackmer HD Compressors are designed for the transfer, boosting and recovery of a wide range of industrial gases:
Air, Ammonia, Argon, Butadiene, Butane, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, CFC’s, Chlorine, Cyclohexane, Cyclopropane, Dimethylamine, Dimethyl Ether, Ethane, Ethyl Alcohol, Ethyl Chloride, Ethylene, Ethylene Oxide, HCFC’s, Helium, n-Heptane, n-Hexane, Hydrogen, Hydrogen Chloride, Hydrogen Sulfide, Isobutane, Isobutene, Isobutylene, Isopentane, Methane, Methanol, Methyl Chloride, Methyl Mercaptan, Monoethylamine, Natural Gas, Nitrogen, Nitrogen Dioxide, Nitrous Oxide, Oxygen, Ozone, n-Octane, n-Pentane, Propane, Propylene, Refrigerants, Sour gases (Sulfur Dioxide, Sulfur Hexafluoride), Trichlororet hane, Tetrafluorethylene, Trimethylamine, Vinyl Chloride, Xenon and other gases.
A sliding vane pump is a popular design for applications requiring flow rates of 75 LPM - 1000 LPM. The sliding vane design combines low cost with high reliability and easy maintenance. The sliding vane principle is simple: a slotted rotor is supported in a cam. The rotor is placed close to the wall of the cam, so a crescent-shaped cavity is formed. The clearances are precise and minimal. Vanes, also known as blades, slide in and out of the rotor slots to seal off a volume between the rotor, cam and side plate. The blades sweep the fluid to the opposite side of the crescent, where it is squeezed through the discharge point. Sliding vane pumps can run dry for a short period of time; they also can tolerate small amounts of vapour. Sliding vane pumps are widely used for low viscosity fluids and for fuel transfer, including LPG, diesel, petrol, biodiesel, and liquefied gases, as well as for loading and unloading.
Sliding vane pumps are specially designed for industrial solvents and petroleum products.
Besides its unique cam design and longer-lasting advanced materials, the PZ-Series Coro-Vane® pump from Corken has other features to extend pump life and reduce maintenance. Unlike pumps with conventional steel vane drivers that eventually penetrate the vane, the PZ-Series pump has a large diameter, nonmetallic, lightweight vane drivers that are extremely durable. They will not damage the vanes, even at high RPM. And precision-machined side plates are reversible to provide twice the service life.
Corken PZ-Series pumps are simple to service. The head assembly can be easily removed by removing only eight bolts, giving you easy access to the reversible side plate, mechanical seal and vanes.
PT-Series petroleum pumps from Corken offer the industry sliding vane pump for flexibility and independence in the configuration and installation of fluid transfer systems and fuel delivery vehicles.
These industrial pumps match common industry-standard flange-to-flange and mounting footprint dimensions for easy incorporation into existing or new vehicle layouts. They provide features that will be appreciated by system designers, delivery truck fabricators, and end-user fuel marketers.
Corken sliding vane pumps are suitable for pumping a variety of liquids, including petrochemicals, petrol, fuel oils, diesel, aviation fuels, biofuels, ethanol, solvents and many more.
PT diesel pumps are available in 2, 2.5 and 3-inch flange sizes. Flow rates range from 31 to 271 gpm (117 to 1,026 L/min) and differential pressures up to 125 psi (8.6 bar).
Applications Blackmer liquefied gas pumps are designed for maximum performance and reliability under the most severe service conditions. Blackmer developed the first practical positive displacement gas pump over 40 years ago. Today, from the smallest cylinder filling operation to the largest, most sophisticated bulk plant/rail car unloading system, you will find Blackmer pumps operating throughout the world.
Features and Benefits:
Pumps are listed by Underwriters Laboratory for both LP-Gas and anhydrous ammonia service.
Cavitation suppression liner design for reducing the noise, vibration, and wear normally caused by entrained vapours.
Replaceable casing liners and end discs allow easy rebuilding of the pumping chamber to like-new condition.
Ductile iron construction with internal relief valve.
Unique sliding-vane pump design self-adjusts for wear to maintain flow rates.
Excellent self-priming and dry run capabilities.
Blackmer mechanical seal and ball bearing construction provide maximum reliability
Symmetrical bearing support assures even loading and wear for long life.
The relief valve protects pump against excessive pressures.
Mechanical seals isolate external ball bearings from pumpage to maximize bearing life and minimize contamination risk.
Easy maintenance: vanes can be easily replaced without removing the pump from the piping system
Hydraulic oil coolers are designed to cool hydraulic oil on a bobtail LPG truck. Compact and lightweight, they are designed to save space on a car/truck and decrease loading and unloading times. Hydraflow series hydraulic cooler from Paragon integrates 3 functions: oil tank, oil cooler and security relief valve. Constructed from stainless steel materials, they withstand harsh environmental and operating conditions. The lightweight cooler with a small hydraulic oil reservoir reduces the concern and hazard of costly spills. The easy-to-read restriction gauge mounted on the front of the Hydraulic cooler indicates when the spin-on oil filter should be replaced. Regular hydraulic oil maintenance is made easy with the reservoir drain on the Hydraflow tank.
We offer metering equipment for petroleum and LPG requirements. They are also used for sanitary/hygienic products, such as cosmetics, food and beverage. A complete range for a metering broad range of liquids, from aviation fuels, lubricants and automotive liquids to wine, syrups, paint and chemicals, are also available.
Mass flowmeters use the Coriolis principle to obtain a direct mass measurement.
First introduced in 1978, mass flow meters are an established technology in process industries.
Coriolis meters are highly accurate.
They reduce lost products, lost time, and lost money.
Some of the application examples are: batching of multiple fluids through one meter; stand-alone explosion-proof batching in hazardous areas; mixing epoxy paint; slurry control; custody transfer of LPG, propane and butane in distribution terminal and mobile distribution of multiple products.
The only truck-mounted mass flowmeter with over ten years of proven performance.
In 2002, Red Seal Measurement introduced the world’s first mass flowmeter designed to meet the rigorous demands of the LPG bobtail / mini tanker environment. Since then, the advantages of this all-electronic system have been proven again and again. With no moving parts to wear out, the Neptune Series RML2000 provides dependable, maintenance-free service. The unmatched accuracy and maintenance-free reliability of the Neptune RML2000 can increase your efficiency and profitability. RML2000 mass flowmeter is NMI approved within Australia for use with all liquid petroleum gases up to 300 L/min.
Advantages of mass flow technology over mechanical meters
Improved accuracy eliminates unmetered product
Accuracy is not affected by temperature, pressure, density, or viscosity
Wider range – 100:1 turndown vs. 5:1 for mechanical meters
No moving parts – reduced downtime, longer service life, greater calibration stability
The Coriolis mass flowmeter provides volumetric flow measurement of LP Gas when interfaced with a Liquip electronic register. The outstanding flexibility of the Liquip register gives the system an upgrade path not obtainable with competitive electronic transaction management systems. The Liquip menu-driven register functions are easy to learn and remember.
Interfacing through common handhelds and laptops makes data management fast and easy between truck and office. The space-efficient RML2000 system can be implemented on both new and existing vehicles. Retrofitting is easy using existing Red Seal Measurement vapour releases and differential valves.
Oval gear meters are presented by TM, TN and TS series and are used for metering fuels, lubricants, oils, and industrial fluids. Oval gear operating principle. The oval measuring chamber contains two oval gears. Each gear is centred on a horizontal post (shaft). The two gears have interlocking teeth, so the gears maintain the correct relative position to each other without the use of external timing gears. As the gears turn, the liquid volume being metered forms between the gear and the side of the measuring chamber, alternately in the lower and the upper half of the measuring chamber. In a complete cycle (360° turn of rotors), 4 identical liquid volumes are transferred from the inlet side to the outlet side: At 0-45°, the lower half of the chamber fills, at 90° it is fully defined, and at 135° it releases to the outlet side etc. The origin of the oval gear metering principles dates back to the 1930s. In the original design, the tooth profile has sharp edges, and the tooth shape varies depending upon tooth location along the circumference of the oval gear. In 2003 Tuthill Transfer Systems was awarded a patent on a revolutionary new oval gear design, which we have named the Waveform gear. This design has a smooth tooth profile, and the teeth have the same shape along the entire circumference of the oval gear. This eliminates backlash and reduces flow meter error. The Waveform gear design has been introduced in most model sizes as of 2006.
TS meters are used in batching, blending, process control and dispensing of liquid products in all liquid handling industries. They can measure from 15 to 1000 l/min.
These meters are based on a highly modular design, with many parts shared between multiple models. They are bi-directional and can be serviced either from the front or from the rear, though service from the front is most practical.
Standard models are available in 3 versions:
Mechanical flow meter with mechanical register (V assy.)
Electronic flow sensor without register (S or W assy.)
Electronic flow meter with electronic register (E or F assy.)
These smaller oval gear meters are rated for ±0.5% linearity (±0.25% with electronic enhancement) as a group. The two larger models perform significantly better than this and will usually achieve +/-0.25% linearity without electronic enhancement.
TM Series flow sensors are available with electronic signal conditioner and/or register, but not with mechanical register. Typical applications are additive injection, fuel consumption monitors and other low flow systems.
TN Series Meter
This series of nutating disc meters dates back to the founding of Fluid Power Products and beyond. This is a moderately priced product with intermediate linearity & repeatability. These flow meters are available in two versions:
Mechanical meter with 4-digit register
Electronic flow sensor for use with remote electronic register
TN Series meters are available with a pressure rating of 1000 PSI (69 BAR), and can be calibrated for liquids with viscosity to 2500 cSt (12,000 SSU). This Series serves to span the gap between Fill-Rite meters (low pressure & low viscosity only), and flow meters with better linearity, higher capacity & pressure rating.
These meters perform well in service where the liquid viscosity remains constant or the viscosity is consistently above 150 cSt (700 SSU). In service where liquid viscosity fluctuates in 15-150 cSt (70-700 SSU) range, an oval gear type flow meter will perform better.
The dependable and accurate Neptune oscillating piston design has long been the meter of choice for refined fuel delivery. The straightforward operating principle requires few moving parts and results in a robust and durable mechanism. Combined with the E4000 electronic register, the Neptune LP gas meter delivers the highest accuracy and reliability attainable in mechanical metering.
The Neptune 2″ LPG meter is the worldwide standard for truck-mounted metering. The aluminium body flowmeter comes complete and ready for installation. The 2″ Type 4D MT meter for Liquefied Propane Gas features a flanged outlet with ductile iron companion flange for easy installation and removal. The 2″ Type 4D MT is 33% lighter in weight than the old 2″ Type 4D. Backed by Actaris’s 3 year/3 million-gallon measuring chamber limited warranty.
The standard 4D MT meter comes with:
Inlet Check valve
Vent-line check valve
Available with Automatic Temperature Compensator (ATC) that compensates to 15° Celsius.
Type 4D-MT LPG Tank Truck Meter Features
The industry standard for truck-mounted custody transfer and invoicing
Oscillating piston with hard, low-friction Nituff Teflon – impregnated coating for long life
Registration flexibility – fully compatible with Neptune mechanical registers and the Neptune E4000 Electronic Register
Weights and Measures approved worldwide
Easily repairable…change the factory calibrated and warrantied measuring chamber in line with simple tools