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Blackmer Pump Company specializes in high-quality and efficient rotary vane, centrifugal, screw pumps and reciprocating compressor technologies for gas and liquid fluid transfer. Since 1903, the Blackmer brand has stood for supreme product performance, superior service and support, well-timed innovation and a commitment to total customer satisfaction. Our pumps and compressors are used in a multitude of applications in the process, energy, transport, and military and marine markets.

Every pump, every compressor, is supported by a worldwide network of distributors and original equipment manufacturers. With excellent service and superior product development, Blackmer Pump Company is committed to providing their customers with the utmost technical solutions for any chemical transfer application. We serve every industry including process, energy, transport, and military & marine.

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Sliding Vane Pumps

Sliding Vane Pumps

These pumps have a number of vanes that are free to slide into or out of slots in the pump rotor. When the pump driver turns the rotor, centrifugal force, push rods, and/or pressurized fluid causes the vanes to move outward in their slots and bear against the inner bore of the pump casing forming pumping chambers.  As the rotor revolves, fluid flows into the area between the vanes (pumping cambers) when they pass the suction port. This fluid is transported around the pump casing until the discharge port is reached. At this point the fluid is squeezed out into the discharge piping.

  • Flows up to 2,200 GPM
  • Pressures up to 200 PSI
  • Temperature up to 500° F
  • Viscosities greater than 21,000 cSt

There are several different series of Blackmer Sliding Vane Pumps including:

  • LG: Ductile Iron, UL-Listed pumps for LPG or NH3 transfer applications
  • CRL: Ductile Iron pumps for liquid CO2 Transfer applications
  • GC: Cast Iron pumps with integral gear reducers for clean, non-corrosive industrial liquids and petroleum products
  • X: Cast Iron pumps for clean, non-corrosive industrial liquids and petroleum products
  • HXL: Ductile Iron pumps for high volume transfer of non-corrosive liquids from thin solvents to heavy oils and molasses
  • ML: Ductile iron pumps for everything from thin, non-lubricating solvents to highly viscous liquids or abrasive slurries
  • SMVP: Stainless Steel pumps with seal-less magnetic couplings to meet the need for zero shaft leakage when handling expensive, hazardous or hard to seal fluids
  • NP: General purpose pumps with many seal and material options offering maximum versatility for handling a wide variety of clean, non-corrosive liquids
  • SNP/SX: Stainless Steel pumps for a wide variety of corrosive or caustic fluids
  • XL: Ductile iron pumps with liners for use in refineries, lube oil plants and general industry for processing, filing and transfer applications
  • XLW: Wear-resistant, ductile iron pumps for liquids with suspended abrasive particles such as oxide primers, inks, paints and adhesives
  • TX/TXH: Cast iron transport pumps for clean, lubricating liquid petroleum products, biofuels or solvents.
  • TXV: Cast iron transport pumps for high temperature and high viscosity applications
  • STX: Stainless Steel transport pumps for high temperature and high viscosity applications
  • TransMax: Cast iron transport pumps for loading and unloading a wide range of fluids
  • SGL: Ductile iron pumps for liquefied gas transfer applications
MAGNES Series Sliding Vane Magnetic Drive Pumps

MAGNES Series Sliding Vane Magnetic Drive Pumps

MAGNES, the sliding vane magnetic drive pump by BLACKMER®, contains no dynamic seals and provides a leak-free pumping solution for difficult-to-seal liquids and any liquid that is expensive, valuable, dangerous or hazardous.

With 3- and 4-in models available in either iron (MI3, MI4) or stainless-steel (MS3, MS4) construction and flow rates up to 520 gpm (1,968 L/min), MAGNES Sliding Vane Pumps provide superior magnetic drive capabilities. Innate advantages of sliding vane technology provide a world class solution to the chemical market. MAGNES is a true self-priming pump, that will not need to be pre-flooded prior to start-up, and is well suited for continuous duty operation, since the pump has no cumulative dry run limit, providing operators the confidence that dry run events will not result in catastrophic pump failure.

MAGNES offers numerous advantages of sliding vane technology such as self-priming, line-stripping, product recovery, dry-run capability, solids handling, thin/thick viscosity flexibility, easy maintenance and 70% to 90% pump efficiencies. These advantages make MAGNES an effective alternative to centrifugal pumps.

Blackmer G Series Internal Gear Pumps

Blackmer G Series Internal Gear Pumps

The Blackmer G Series Positive Displacement Internal Gear Pumps have the durability, flexibility and efficiency to handle all fluid handling needs. Offered in jacketed construction, to maintain temperature and integrity during operation, and non-jacketed versions, the Blackmer G Series is available in cast iron, carbon steel and stainless steel materials. The Blackmer G Series is designed to be completely interchangeable with 95% of the mechanically sealed, packed and seal-less competitive gear pumps on the market. Replacing an existing gear pump with a G Series usually requires no modifications to the piping, driver base plate and or coupling, while flow rates remain unchanged. This makes the Blackmer G Series a high quality, reliable alternative to competing models.

  • Max Pressure
  • Cast Iron – 200 PSI
  • Carbon Steel – 200 PSI
  • Stainless Steel -150 PSI
  • Capacity
  • 15 gpm to 500 gpm (3.4 m³/h to 113.6 m³/h)
  • Max Temperature
  • 650°F (343°C)
Blackmer E Series Magnetic Drive Gear Pump

Blackmer E Series Magnetic Drive Gear Pump

The Blackmer E Series Magnetic Drive Gear Pumps are innovative, durable, and environmentally friendly. The unique between-the bearing support design of the Blackmer E Series pump eliminates leaks and reduces mechanical wear, helping to increase the safety of on site personal and the environment. Available in ductile iron, carbon steel and stainless steel material options, the Blackmer E Series has a wide chemical compatibility range. The Blackmer E Series is designed to be completely interchangeable with 95% of the packed, mechanically sealed, and seal-less internal gear pumps on the market. Replacing an existing pump with a E Series usually requires no modifications to the piping, driver base plate and or coupling, while flow rates remain unchanged. This makes the Blackmer G Series standout from other competing models.

  • Max Pressure
  • Cast Iron – 200 PSI
  • Carbon Steel – 200 PSI
  • Stainless Steel -150 PSI
  • Capacity
  • 15 gpm to 500 gpm (3.4 m³/h to 113.6 m³/h)
  • Max Temperature
  • 500°F (260°C)
Blackmer V Series Asphalt Pump

Blackmer V Series Asphalt Pump

The Blackmer V Series asphalt pump is robust and adaptable, meeting the demands of challenging asphalt applications. The unique internal gear pump design features often meet and exceed expectations when pumping asphalt. The V Series pump is ideal for transfer of asphalt and bitumen products, roofing applications, hot-mix applications, and emulsion applications. Featuring up to 35% more jacket surface area than the competition, The V Series innovative design improves system reliability by being able to utilize the jacket and relief valve simultaneously. Also, the V-Series jacketing being behind the rotor helps prevent premature pump failure and the large surface area on the pump case and PRV enables uniform heating whether using steam or hot oil. The V Series parts are interchangeable with the Viking 34 Series asphalt pump, so it can be used as a drop-in replacement and has design enhancements that improve reliability. Another great feature with the Blackmer V Series are it’s rotatable flanges. The rotatable flanges allows the operator to use both right handed and left handed orientations as needed without additional lead times and costs associated with left hand configuration pumps. The Blackmer V Series asphalt pump comes in high strength ductile iron with other hardened material component options to help improve pump life.

  • Available Materials: Iron
  • Max Temperature: 450° F Max
  • Capacity 90 GPM to 450 GPM
  • Max Pressure: 100 PSI
System One Centrifugal Pumps

System One Centrifugal Pumps

Blackmer System One Centrifugal pumps are heavy duty ANSI pumps designed for low maintenance in the toughest and most demanding applications.  The design is built around the seal and bearings, where 90% of pump failures occur and with heavy duty bearings and shaft, the combination creates one of the longest lasting pumps in the industry.  System One buts have many different material combinations and seal options to fit almost any application.

  • Flows up to 4,500 GPM
  • Pressures up to 215 PSI

Pumps offered in the System One series:

  • Frame S Centrifugal Pumps: The Frame S Pump is the heavy duty alternative to standard small frame pumps which can easily become overstressed when operated off the best efficiency point of its performance curve. The Frame S Pump provides mid-frame strength and reliability in small frame space. It can be installed in the same space, on the same baseplate, and with the same piping as conventional small frame pumps.
  • Frame A Centrifugal Pumps: System One Frame A Pump is the pioneering process pump with the built-in technology to get the most from seal and bearing life.
  • Frame M Centrifugal Pumps: Engineered reliability design incorporates industry-proven features that extend seal and bearing life and lower overall cost of ownership. Solid shaft with reduced overhang provides superior resistance to deflection. Shaft stiffness ratio (L3/D4) of 19 is the lowest for any pump in this size range. Only large frame pump fully C-Frame/D-Flange capable. Accepts motor frame sizes up to 449TSC or 315L
  • LD17 Centrifugal Pumps: The LD17 Pump’s solid shaft (no sleeve) conquers vibration and greatly extends seal, bearing and shaft life. It resists the forces of destructive vibration far better than any other general process pump, reducing costly shutdowns. Its oversized angular contact thrust bearings are standard for high thrust capability and eliminate any axial movement of the shaft. With minimal bearing overhang and the lowest L3/D4 stiffness ratio in the industry, the LD17 provides superior resistance to deflection. Available with C Frame Adapter, providing automatic motor alignment. Available innovative Retrofit Power Ends and Large Bore Seal Chambers bolt directly to existing pumps to provide greatly extended seal and bearing life.
  • Vortex Centrifugal Pumps: The System One Vortex Pump provides a solution to difficult pumping problems such as sludges and slurries with large particle solids, materials with entrained air, stringy or fibrous materials. It is designed to fit the standard System One and LD17 Power Ends and includes all the features and benefits of our System One Pump.
Reciprocating Gas Compressors

Reciprocating Gas Compressors

The single stage, reciprocating compressors create a low-pressure area in the pumping chamber when the piston moves from the highest point of the stroke to the lowest point. Gaseous product (at a higher pressure in the tank) moves into the pumping chamber. This volume of gas is then displaced when the piston moves to the top of the stroke. Equipped with high efficiency valves, ductile iron pistons, self-adjusting piston rod seals and other robust features, these compressors are designed to provide maximum performance and reliability under the most severe service conditions. They are also a critical component in the design of oil and gas vapor recovery units (VRUs).

  • Flows up to 680 GPM (Liquid) or 125 CFM (Gas)
  • Pressures up to 1,000 PSI
  • Temperatures up to 350° F
Sliding Vane Hand Pumps

Sliding Vane Hand Pumps

Sliding Vane hand pumps have the ability to be positive displacement, self-priming, and non-pulsating flow pumps that be turned by hand.  Models ranging from standard sizes 210A, Class I & Class II handing F210A, viscous fluids 414B, as well as increased output 828B all for safe & controlled hand pump transfer applications. Blackmer has seven pump models of their hand pumps to meet all viscosity, flow, and varying application requirements.

  • Flows up to 28 GPM
  • Pressures up to 40 PSI
  • Temperatures up to 300° F
  • Viscosities up to 6,300 cSt

Sliding Vane Pumps

Sliding Vane Pumps

These pumps have a number of vanes that are free to slide into or out of slots in the pump rotor. When the pump driver turns the rotor, centrifugal force, push rods, and/or pressurized fluid causes the vanes to move outward in their slots and bear against the inner bore of the pump casing forming pumping chambers.  As the rotor revolves, fluid flows into the area between the vanes (pumping cambers) when they pass the suction port. This fluid is transported around the pump casing until the discharge port is reached. At this point the fluid is squeezed out into the discharge piping.

  • Flows up to 2,200 GPM
  • Pressures up to 200 PSI
  • Temperature up to 500° F
  • Viscosities greater than 21,000 cSt

There are several different series of Blackmer Sliding Vane Pumps including:

  • LG: Ductile Iron, UL-Listed pumps for LPG or NH3 transfer applications
  • CRL: Ductile Iron pumps for liquid CO2 Transfer applications
  • GC: Cast Iron pumps with integral gear reducers for clean, non-corrosive industrial liquids and petroleum products
  • X: Cast Iron pumps for clean, non-corrosive industrial liquids and petroleum products
  • HXL: Ductile Iron pumps for high volume transfer of non-corrosive liquids from thin solvents to heavy oils and molasses
  • ML: Ductile iron pumps for everything from thin, non-lubricating solvents to highly viscous liquids or abrasive slurries
  • SMVP: Stainless Steel pumps with seal-less magnetic couplings to meet the need for zero shaft leakage when handling expensive, hazardous or hard to seal fluids
  • NP: General purpose pumps with many seal and material options offering maximum versatility for handling a wide variety of clean, non-corrosive liquids
  • SNP/SX: Stainless Steel pumps for a wide variety of corrosive or caustic fluids
  • XL: Ductile iron pumps with liners for use in refineries, lube oil plants and general industry for processing, filing and transfer applications
  • XLW: Wear-resistant, ductile iron pumps for liquids with suspended abrasive particles such as oxide primers, inks, paints and adhesives
  • TX/TXH: Cast iron transport pumps for clean, lubricating liquid petroleum products, biofuels or solvents.
  • TXV: Cast iron transport pumps for high temperature and high viscosity applications
  • STX: Stainless Steel transport pumps for high temperature and high viscosity applications
  • TransMax: Cast iron transport pumps for loading and unloading a wide range of fluids
  • SGL: Ductile iron pumps for liquefied gas transfer applications

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MAGNES Series Sliding Vane Magnetic Drive Pumps

MAGNES Series Sliding Vane Magnetic Drive Pumps

MAGNES, the sliding vane magnetic drive pump by BLACKMER®, contains no dynamic seals and provides a leak-free pumping solution for difficult-to-seal liquids and any liquid that is expensive, valuable, dangerous or hazardous.

With 3- and 4-in models available in either iron (MI3, MI4) or stainless-steel (MS3, MS4) construction and flow rates up to 520 gpm (1,968 L/min), MAGNES Sliding Vane Pumps provide superior magnetic drive capabilities. Innate advantages of sliding vane technology provide a world class solution to the chemical market. MAGNES is a true self-priming pump, that will not need to be pre-flooded prior to start-up, and is well suited for continuous duty operation, since the pump has no cumulative dry run limit, providing operators the confidence that dry run events will not result in catastrophic pump failure.

MAGNES offers numerous advantages of sliding vane technology such as self-priming, line-stripping, product recovery, dry-run capability, solids handling, thin/thick viscosity flexibility, easy maintenance and 70% to 90% pump efficiencies. These advantages make MAGNES an effective alternative to centrifugal pumps.


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Blackmer G Series Internal Gear Pumps

Blackmer G Series Internal Gear Pumps

The Blackmer G Series Positive Displacement Internal Gear Pumps have the durability, flexibility and efficiency to handle all fluid handling needs. Offered in jacketed construction, to maintain temperature and integrity during operation, and non-jacketed versions, the Blackmer G Series is available in cast iron, carbon steel and stainless steel materials. The Blackmer G Series is designed to be completely interchangeable with 95% of the mechanically sealed, packed and seal-less competitive gear pumps on the market. Replacing an existing gear pump with a G Series usually requires no modifications to the piping, driver base plate and or coupling, while flow rates remain unchanged. This makes the Blackmer G Series a high quality, reliable alternative to competing models.

  • Max Pressure
  • Cast Iron – 200 PSI
  • Carbon Steel – 200 PSI
  • Stainless Steel -150 PSI
  • Capacity
  • 15 gpm to 500 gpm (3.4 m³/h to 113.6 m³/h)
  • Max Temperature
  • 650°F (343°C)

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Blackmer E Series Magnetic Drive Gear Pump

Blackmer E Series Magnetic Drive Gear Pump

The Blackmer E Series Magnetic Drive Gear Pumps are innovative, durable, and environmentally friendly. The unique between-the bearing support design of the Blackmer E Series pump eliminates leaks and reduces mechanical wear, helping to increase the safety of on site personal and the environment. Available in ductile iron, carbon steel and stainless steel material options, the Blackmer E Series has a wide chemical compatibility range. The Blackmer E Series is designed to be completely interchangeable with 95% of the packed, mechanically sealed, and seal-less internal gear pumps on the market. Replacing an existing pump with a E Series usually requires no modifications to the piping, driver base plate and or coupling, while flow rates remain unchanged. This makes the Blackmer G Series standout from other competing models.

  • Max Pressure
  • Cast Iron – 200 PSI
  • Carbon Steel – 200 PSI
  • Stainless Steel -150 PSI
  • Capacity
  • 15 gpm to 500 gpm (3.4 m³/h to 113.6 m³/h)
  • Max Temperature
  • 500°F (260°C)

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Blackmer V Series Asphalt Pump

Blackmer V Series Asphalt Pump

The Blackmer V Series asphalt pump is robust and adaptable, meeting the demands of challenging asphalt applications. The unique internal gear pump design features often meet and exceed expectations when pumping asphalt. The V Series pump is ideal for transfer of asphalt and bitumen products, roofing applications, hot-mix applications, and emulsion applications. Featuring up to 35% more jacket surface area than the competition, The V Series innovative design improves system reliability by being able to utilize the jacket and relief valve simultaneously. Also, the V-Series jacketing being behind the rotor helps prevent premature pump failure and the large surface area on the pump case and PRV enables uniform heating whether using steam or hot oil. The V Series parts are interchangeable with the Viking 34 Series asphalt pump, so it can be used as a drop-in replacement and has design enhancements that improve reliability. Another great feature with the Blackmer V Series are it’s rotatable flanges. The rotatable flanges allows the operator to use both right handed and left handed orientations as needed without additional lead times and costs associated with left hand configuration pumps. The Blackmer V Series asphalt pump comes in high strength ductile iron with other hardened material component options to help improve pump life.

  • Available Materials: Iron
  • Max Temperature: 450° F Max
  • Capacity 90 GPM to 450 GPM
  • Max Pressure: 100 PSI

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System One Centrifugal Pumps

System One Centrifugal Pumps

Blackmer System One Centrifugal pumps are heavy duty ANSI pumps designed for low maintenance in the toughest and most demanding applications.  The design is built around the seal and bearings, where 90% of pump failures occur and with heavy duty bearings and shaft, the combination creates one of the longest lasting pumps in the industry.  System One buts have many different material combinations and seal options to fit almost any application.

  • Flows up to 4,500 GPM
  • Pressures up to 215 PSI

Pumps offered in the System One series:

  • Frame S Centrifugal Pumps: The Frame S Pump is the heavy duty alternative to standard small frame pumps which can easily become overstressed when operated off the best efficiency point of its performance curve. The Frame S Pump provides mid-frame strength and reliability in small frame space. It can be installed in the same space, on the same baseplate, and with the same piping as conventional small frame pumps.
  • Frame A Centrifugal Pumps: System One Frame A Pump is the pioneering process pump with the built-in technology to get the most from seal and bearing life.
  • Frame M Centrifugal Pumps: Engineered reliability design incorporates industry-proven features that extend seal and bearing life and lower overall cost of ownership. Solid shaft with reduced overhang provides superior resistance to deflection. Shaft stiffness ratio (L3/D4) of 19 is the lowest for any pump in this size range. Only large frame pump fully C-Frame/D-Flange capable. Accepts motor frame sizes up to 449TSC or 315L
  • LD17 Centrifugal Pumps: The LD17 Pump’s solid shaft (no sleeve) conquers vibration and greatly extends seal, bearing and shaft life. It resists the forces of destructive vibration far better than any other general process pump, reducing costly shutdowns. Its oversized angular contact thrust bearings are standard for high thrust capability and eliminate any axial movement of the shaft. With minimal bearing overhang and the lowest L3/D4 stiffness ratio in the industry, the LD17 provides superior resistance to deflection. Available with C Frame Adapter, providing automatic motor alignment. Available innovative Retrofit Power Ends and Large Bore Seal Chambers bolt directly to existing pumps to provide greatly extended seal and bearing life.
  • Vortex Centrifugal Pumps: The System One Vortex Pump provides a solution to difficult pumping problems such as sludges and slurries with large particle solids, materials with entrained air, stringy or fibrous materials. It is designed to fit the standard System One and LD17 Power Ends and includes all the features and benefits of our System One Pump.

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Reciprocating Gas Compressors

Reciprocating Gas Compressors

The single stage, reciprocating compressors create a low-pressure area in the pumping chamber when the piston moves from the highest point of the stroke to the lowest point. Gaseous product (at a higher pressure in the tank) moves into the pumping chamber. This volume of gas is then displaced when the piston moves to the top of the stroke. Equipped with high efficiency valves, ductile iron pistons, self-adjusting piston rod seals and other robust features, these compressors are designed to provide maximum performance and reliability under the most severe service conditions. They are also a critical component in the design of oil and gas vapor recovery units (VRUs).

  • Flows up to 680 GPM (Liquid) or 125 CFM (Gas)
  • Pressures up to 1,000 PSI
  • Temperatures up to 350° F

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Sliding Vane Hand Pumps

Sliding Vane Hand Pumps

Sliding Vane hand pumps have the ability to be positive displacement, self-priming, and non-pulsating flow pumps that be turned by hand.  Models ranging from standard sizes 210A, Class I & Class II handing F210A, viscous fluids 414B, as well as increased output 828B all for safe & controlled hand pump transfer applications. Blackmer has seven pump models of their hand pumps to meet all viscosity, flow, and varying application requirements.

  • Flows up to 28 GPM
  • Pressures up to 40 PSI
  • Temperatures up to 300° F
  • Viscosities up to 6,300 cSt

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