Wine Pumps

Enquire today about Global Pumps' wide selection of pumps for wine

The basic use for a wine transfer pump is to pump wine or must from one point to another. There are many different types of pumps that perform this function in slightly different ways, according to the specific needs of a project.

Global Pumps offers an extensive catalogue of pumps from the leaders in the industry, and can help fit the best solution for you. Browse through our range today and enquire with our professional team to let us handle your pumping needs.

Stainless steel centrifugal pumps for wine 

  • Great for transferring wine
  • Open impeller design allows it to handle solids
  • Can be mounted on SS trolley with start/stop controls
  • Option SS shroud for motor protection
Stainless steel food grade pumps

Lobe pumps for wine 

  • Positive displacement pump designed for food processing
  • Able to handle different liquid viscosities
  • Gentle pumping for handling fragile solids
  • Can be mounted on SS trolley with start/stop & variable speed controls
Lobe Pumps for wine

Helical rotor pumps for wine 

  • Progressive cavity pump for transferring whole or destemmed grapes
  • Gentle pumping action
  • Trolley, Hopper and controller options available
Helical rotor progressive cavity wine pump

Peristaltic hose pumps for wine 

  • Positive displacement pump with gentle pumping action
  • Dry running and reversible
  • Can handle solids
  • Trolley and different control options available 
Food grade peristaltic hose pump for wine

Genuine and aftermarket spares 

  • Stators and Rotors
  • Mechanical Seals
  • Diaphragms
  • and more
Wine Pump Spare Parts
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