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Pulsafeeder acquires PeriFlow

By Gerald Ondrey |

Pulsafeeder Inc. (Rochester, N.Y.; www.pulsa.com) has acquired PeriFlo, Inc. (Loveland, Ohio; www.periflo.com) a leading provider of peristaltic pumps for the industrial and municipal water and wastewater markets. An innovative manufacturer, PeriFlo offers a complete family of peristaltic hose pumps for a wide variety of applications. PeriFlo’s pump designs have been widely accepted by both the international community and the U.S. market since their introduction into those markets in the mid-1990s. PeriFlo has annual revenues of approximately $3.5 million and an application engineering team with over 30 years of peristaltic pumping experience. Peristaltic pump technology is currently the fastest growing technology in the positive displacement pump market; growing at almost twice the rate of the next closest technology.  “The acquisition of PeriFlo has added an additional suite of products to Pulsafeeder’s existing product line, enabling our ability to leverage future incremental growth,” says Terry Atwater, president of IDEX Water & Wastewater Technologies. “We will continue to look for opportunities to expand our footprint both geographically and with new products for all businesses in the Water…
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