Like with all great ideas it all began in a small kitchen in 1862 in Mainz, Germany. Read more about the history of today‘s GEA Hilge Pumps.
Gentle product handling, continued reliability and economic efficiency are key characteristics of the state-of-the-art Hygienic Pumps in the GEA Flow Components range.
Discover our our ATO programme for the three centrifugal pumps GEA Hilge HYGIA K, GEA Hilge TP and GEA Hilge TPS. ATO stands for Assembly To Order and this guarantees a faster delivery for a limited range of standard build pumps as all components are available from stock.
We know that our pumps are long-lasting and always reliable. If you have been using GEA Hilge pumps for many years, take a picture of your oldest one and send it to us. Make sure that the name plate with the date is visible. The pump with the oldest build date on its nameplate, will be replaced with a new one*
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*limited to a list price of 3000 €
GEA is closely connected with innovation. That is why we are constantly working to improve our hygienic pumps to better serve your demanding needs and increase user-friendliness. Therefore we are conducting innovation workshops to investigate “the pump of the future”. That could mean a predictive maintenance app or a select my pump.
Would you like to shape the future of GEA‘s hygienic pumps with us? Click to send your thoughts to our Innovation Manager Andrew Harvey, based in our United Kingdom office.
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