What makes Maag Special
The company’s history began in 1913, with inventor Max Maag. Between 1918 and 1928, Maag successfully registered a number of patents for gear pumps. The business continually set new standards: in 1959, with the construction of what was then the largest gear grinding machine for straight and helical gears up to 4,600 mm in diameter, and the construction of a gear clutch that can be switched at standstill for power transmission of 100,000 hp at 428 rpm; in 1964, with the construction of what was then the largest turbo transmission, featuring power transmission of 85,000 hp at 3,000/1,000 rpm; in 1990, with the construction of the world’s largest gear pump, the PR 41-6
Today, Whether gear pumps, extrusion pumps, transfer pumps, pressure pumps, chemical pumps, industrial pumps, metering pumps – MAAG is a leading manufacturer of gear pumps of all kinds for the polymer, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and food industries worldwide. Filtration systems for polymer production and processing are the second area of focus.
MAAG is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of gear pumps for high-end chemical and industrial applications, for polymer production and processing, and for rubber production. Plastics and chemical products can be efficiently processed with Maag pump systems. MAAG gear pumps reveal their full potential especially in difficult process conditions where high pressures, viscosity and temperatures occur simultaneously. MAAG filtration systems, which reliably clean plastic melts in production and extrusion, ensure the purity – and so the quality – of the customer’s final product.
Why buy Maag from AxFlow
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