Mono first began manufacturing progressing cavity pumps in 1935 and our heritage is built on this world-renowned design.  We have continued to engineer industry-leading pump ranges for over 70 years, together with our other recognized brands for grinders, screens and packaged pumping systems.

Our commitment to quality is reflected in Mono becoming the first progressing cavity pump manufacturer to be certified to ISO 9001, with the latest achievement to the upgrade quality management system ISO 9001:2008.  Our most recent award is to the ISO 14001 certification.

Products include:

  • Compact C Range
  • Merlin
  • Epsilon
  • LF Dosing
  • G Range
  • M Range
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Compact C Range

Typical applications include:

  • Domestic and industrial effluents
  • Hydrated lime slurry
  • Sludge
  • Shear sensitive latex emulsion
  • Milk curds, sauces, fruit juices
  • Industrial chemicals and detergents
  • Starch slurries
  • Coating clays, gypsum and silicate
  • Paper stocks
  • Agricultural slurries
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Dosing

Typical applications include:

  • Acids, alkalis
  • Sludge dewatering
  • Food ingredients
  • Brewing, winemaking
  • Chemical processing
  • Process mining
  • Dyes, inks
  • Flocculants
  • Cosmetics
  • Oil well dosing
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Epsilon Range

Typical applications include:

  • Primary and secondary sludges
  • Domestic and industrial effluents
  • Hydrated lime slurry
  • Dewatered sludge cake
  • Shear sensitive latex emulsion
  • Milk curds, sauces, fruit juices
  • Crude oil, hydraulic oil, waste oil
  • Industrial chemicals and detergents
  • Starch slurries
  • Coating clays, gypsum and silicate
  • Paper stocks
  • Agricultural slurries
  • Mine de-watering
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G Range

Typical applications include:

  • Oily/water separators
  • Pumping of light fuel oil
  • Water supply, sampling from wells, streams and rivers
  • Small solids in suspension
  • Polyelectrolyte dosing of sewage sludge
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M Range

Compact design
A single rotor, universal drive coupling enables this pump range to be small in size, whilst the robust construction ensures reliable service.

Pumping principle
The key to this pumping principle is the moving part, known as the rotor and the fixed part, the stator, inside which the rotor rotates. A progressive cavity is formed which progresses pumped liquid towards the discharge end of the pump as the rotor rotates.

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Merlin Range

The Merlin Industrial range has 20 models available in both cast iron and stainless steel construction. This range of pumps has a considerable degree of flexibility achieved through the availability of free moulded and moulded to metal stators.

The Merlin pump is capable of handling applications up to 10 bar and capacities up to 60m3/h and is based on the popular and well proven pin joint design.