A running list of things we've acquired or found available for sale by Alard Equipment Corporation; used food processing and packaging equipment.

Alard Equipment Corporation, 6483 Lake Avenue, Williamson, New York 14589, 315-589-4511 (phone), 315-589-3871 (fax)

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Waukesha 130 LOBE PUMP with drive Y2870

WAUKESHA Model 130
with drive and base...


A Waukesha Cherry-Burrell sanitary PD twin lobe pump, manufacturer recommended for pumping viscous fluids, slurries, or particulate bearing liquids in industrial food, dairy, canning, bakery, beverage and pharmeceutical processing applications...


  • 3" inlet and discharge ports with sanitary Tri-clamp connections in a horizontal flow orientation.

  • A USDA / 3A Dairy sanitary food grade pump with a T316 stainless steel body, cover and shaft, with easy disassembly for cleaning and sanitation.

  • y2870j_crop_email.jpgCoupled to a 7.5HP 208/230/460 volt 3 phase drive, geared for 140 RPM at the pump lobes, for up to approximately 35gpm throughput (depending on product viscosity and head pressure, pump curves available on request). Manufacturer rated for up to 600 RPM and 200psi working pressure.

  • Pump and drive mounted together on a stainless steel base with threaded rod adjustable height feet.

As of this writing, this Waukesha lobe pump is in stock at Alard, in VERY good operational, mechanical and cosmetic condition, available for immediate shipment.

CALL ALARD at 315-589-4511 for current availability, and to discuss your particular food process pump requirements.

Alard item reference #:Y2870

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This page contains a single entry by Michael C. Shults, Alard Equipment Corp published on May 3, 2019 2:27 PM.

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