The Stenner Pump Company has been manufacturing peristaltic metering pumps since 1957
What is a peristaltic pump?
A peristaltic pump is a self-priming pump that achieves pumping action by moving a system of rollers against a flexible tube. The pumped fluids (e.g., chemical feeds) are never exposed to the air or to the mechanical moving parts. The roller design prevents siphoning by providing a constant seal on the pumping tube.*
Stenner Peristaltic Metering Pump Advantages
One of the apprehensions of a peristaltic metering pump is replacing the tube which is a part of regular maintenance. Stenner has the answer with two tube replacement methods and both are easy and fast. Why? Latches are utilized instead of screws in the pump head and tools are not required.
The QuickPro® pump head
Only available from Stenner, this unique design is included with the Classic, SVP, M128 and S pump series. The pump head cover is used to collapse the roller assembly to remove the tube and to expand and lock the roller assembly after the tube has been installed. If you have a pump manufactured before May, 2011, don't worry, the patent pending QuickPro® retro-fits older pumps. Contact us for details.
The possibilities are endless with Stenner Pump products
The Econ pumps are compact, specifically developed for light duty applications. The tube replacement is effortless with the patented quick release pump head. Unlatch the cover, slide it off, and remove the tube. Place the new tube, slide the cover on and latch the cover. Complete instructions are in the manuals. Click here for How to Select the Right Stenner Pump.
Single piece tube construction
Stenner pump tubes are manufactured as a single piece construction. During the manufacturing process, the tube fitting is bonded to the tube material making it a stronger connection because the fitting is not attached to the tube material in a separate operation.
Inspired by our customers for over 50 years
Stenner has been manufacturing peristaltic metering pumps since 1957. From raw goods to the final assembly, the majority of the pump components are produced in Jacksonville, Florida. Click for a tour of the Jacksonville location.
* Definition is from the Water Quality Association Glossary of Terms, fourth edition. The Water Quality Association is a not-for-profit international trade organization representing the residential, commercial, and industrial water treatment industry. Its membership consists of both manufacturers and dealers/distributors of equipment. WQA is a resource and information source, a voice for the industry, an educator of professionals, a laboratory for product testing, and a communicator with the public. www.wqa.org