What makes Hidrostal Special
Hidrostal’s roots trace back to Lima, the capital of Peru, where the company’s journey began over 60 years ago. The invention of the screw centrifugal pump in Lima marked a pivotal moment, laying the foundation for Hidrostal’s global success. Today, Hidrostal operates on a worldwide scale, continuing to innovate and redefine the future of pumping technology.
For over 60 years, the Hidrostal Group has grown steadily, evolving into a leading global entity. Hidrostal ensures a seamless global presence. The company adheres to stringent ethical standards, emphasizing compliance and top-tier quality. Environmental protection and sustainability are not just initiatives; they are core values embedded in the company culture.
Compared to many other solids handling centrifugal pumps, Hidrostal pumps stand out for their efficiency. The low shear and precise tolerances on the external edges of the Hidrostal impeller translate into superior performance, making them the go-to choice for industries demanding optimal pump efficiency.
What do Hidrostal manufacture
Hidrostal is at the forefront of the industry, specializing in cutting-edge solids handling centrifugal pumps. At the heart of every Hidrostal pump lies a unique hydraulic marvel: the Hidrostal impeller. This impeller orchestrates a distinctive long, slow turn, transitioning seamlessly from axial to radial direction. This, coupled with a spacious free passage, results in a hydraulic masterpiece, boasting exceptional efficiency.
Hidrostal pumps redefine what’s possible. Their screw impeller design enables the handling of liquids laden with significant solids, accommodating particle sizes of up to 120 mm in diameter. This remarkable feature sets Hidrostal pumps apart, making them the ideal choice for challenging environments.
The gentle, deliberate rotation of the screw impeller minimizes shear, allowing Hidrostal pumps to handle delicate substances such as emulsions and food products like peas and beans with care and precision.
Thanks to the screw impeller’s gradual increase in pressure, Hidrostal pumps demand only minimal Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH). This characteristic simplifies operational requirements and enhances overall efficiency.