SPP and Rodelta form global pump alliance

Through a joint Process & Chemical Solutions division, SPP-Rodelta will focus primarily on oil, gas, petrochemical, biofuel, hydrogen and carbon capture markets, supported by a network of teams in Europe, the Middle East, North America and East Asia.

The alliance will be responsible for developing and introducing new products to complement the Rodelta range of API 610 (12th edition) pumps. This API compliant portfolio includes the ETL range of close coupled OH5 pumps.

“I am delighted, after months of careful planning, to be formalising the longstanding cooperation between SPP and Rodelta,” said Robbie Graham, business development manager for the new Process & Chemical Solutions Division. “By combining best in class capabilities from both companies, we can now offer the latest in pumping innovations, such as our API 610 12th edition compliant OH2, OH3 and OH5 ranges, via a genuinely global sales and support network.”

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