Durable high-pressure pumps and membrane housings for your water treatment needs

GE’s high-pressure, multi-stage, centrifugal Tonkaflo pumps are ruggedly built to meet requirements for high-temperature performance, chemical compatibility, or quiet operation. Tonkaflo pumps set the industry standard for reliability and life cycle costs, giving you more peace of mind.

GE’s membrane housings are rigid and made with durable stainless steel components that don't stretch under pressure. They can withstand high temperatures without expanding and ensure a membrane seal with no buckling, twisting, or leaking.

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Pumps and Housings Product Features

GE's world-class pumps include stainless steel shells and options for Noryl™ or stainless steel impellers. Benefits include:

  • Ease of operation
  • High reliability
  • Reduced energy requirements
  • Lower operating costs over the life of your membrane system
  • Improved product and process quality

Tonkaflo housings are quality certified by simulation of their performance in a membrane system. The housings are precision manufactured on CNC equipment to ensure the strongest side ports in the industry. Benefits include:

  • Competitive pricing to fit your budget
  • Engineered to out-perform plastic housings
  • Lower operating costs over the life of your membrane system

Are GE membrane housings right for you?

Housings are more than process pipes. GE stainless steel housings are precision engineered to improve the overall design and performance of your system.

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Quality pumps since 1977

Customers purchase Tonkaflo pumps for their reliable, no-fuss performance – dependability that has satisfied thousands of customers for more than 30 years.

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Do your housings measure up to GE filter housings?

GE‘s stainless steel filter housings are engineered to help protect your filter investment and improve the overall performance of your system.

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