Moyno, Inc. is a global leader in the design and development of the progressing cavity pump. Its technological advancements have resulted in superior fluids handling solutions for a wide range of applications including water-like liquids and shear-sensitive fluids, as well as viscous, abrasive, solids-laden slurries and sludges.
2000 pumps set the standard in positive displacement pumping applications. The proprietary 2000 gear-type universal joint design effectively handles radial and thrust loads for maximum performance and long life.
These rugged pumps are able to handle abrasive materials in excess of 80% solids and offer a performance range to 4,500 GPM with pressure to 1,500 PSI.
For nearly 50 years, versatile L-Frame pumps have stood the test of time meeting thousands of application challenges with performance-enhancing, cost-saving features.
Compact C Pump delivers reliable performance to the maximum duty requirements of your application in a compact package. Features include suction lift capability up to 28 feet, positive displacement for process control, and variable speed for accurate dosing.
For the newest iteration of our EZstrip™ maintain-in-place progressing cavity pump we designed new features to make maintenance even more user friendly than before. In addition to our patented split suction chamber we’ve removed the tie bars, designed a new positive torque split coupling rod, and added in a captive support foot. That means faster, easier maintenance for you. The EZstrip has been specifically designed to provide a quick and easy way to disassemble, de-rag and maintain a PC pump in-situ, eliminating the costly maintenance and down time that servicing can often cause.
The Epsilon Pump is a line of technically engineered progressing cavity pumps designed to give least whole life costs and reduced spares requirements.
The Epsilon Pump incorporates a PowerDrive™ transmission which eliminates the need for a double universal joint. This competitively priced pump is reliable and efficient when handling abrasive materials, high viscosity fluids, and high head applications.
Mag Drive series are the first progressing cavity wobble stator pumps to offer magnetic drives. The proprietary, magnetic coupling design performs well in hazardous applications and is effective with difficult-to-seal fluids. This ensures operator safety and protects the environment from contamination.
The 2000 HS System combines high pump efficiency with low discharge pressure to provide unmatched performance in high solids sludge cake transfer. Compared to hydraulically driven, piston ram type pumps and open conveyors, the 2000 HS System requires a much lower capital investment, lower operating costs and less maintenance.
500 Sanitary Pumps offer low flows and high performance in a compact, cost-effective size. Made of food-grade 316 stainless steel to meet 3A sanitary standards, this versatile pump also features elastomers that satisfy FDA requirements.
Low-shear, non-pulsating Sanitary Pumps transfer shear-sensitive materials with a minimum of turbulence or stress.