GP – Plastic Gear Pumps


The GP range of gear pumps is made from reinforced plastic casings. Suitable for pumping liquids at up to a maximum temperature of 80°C, GP range pumps are used in the feed industry for acidic fats, molasses in the sugar industry and for various requirements in paper industries. Offering an economical solution, these highly versatile pumps are also used for spraying a variety of fluids in the farming industry.

Suited to:

These gear pumps are well suited to high viscosity liquids. Used in the food and chemical industries, our GP pump range offers excellent corrosion and abrasion resistance is often used with a range of fluids from oil to soap and even chocolate.


  • Composite construction
  • NYRIM housing with reinforced stainless steel
  • Excellent corrosion resistance and great abrasion resistance
  • Light weight with a simple design
  • A cost effective solution for many market sectors
  • Various options available to make each pump solution specific to user


Albany’s GP style gear pump is ideal for use with a variety of liquids, such as:

  • Molasses
  • Blackstrap
  • Syrup
  • Glucose
  • Soap
  • Sulphate
  • Fatty esters
  • Tallow
  • Tall oil
  • Farm effluent
  • Liquid animal feeds
  • Fish oils
  • Cod liver oil
  • Halibut liver oil
  • Fish proteins
  • Sperm oil
  • Soft wastes
  • Oils
  • Polymers
  • Acid
  • Flavours and fragrances
  • Chocolate
  • Cocoa butter
  • Edible oils

Technical talk:

With a range of options available, the GP range has a number of technical choices:

  • Housing: nyrim is used as standard, with inserts of 316 stainless steel
  • Gears: polyamide 12 or nyrim available as options
  • Shafts: fixed use is stainless steel 316
  • Bearings: bronze or outboard ball bearing
  • Seals: a lip seal provided on the G125, whereas mechanical seal in viton will be supplied on G2 and G2H
  • Ports: 1 1/4″ BSPF, 2″ BSPF, 2 1/2″ special order, 2″ NPT USA all available
  • Speed: top speed of up to 950 depending on the pump specs
  • Temperature: starting at -40 degrees up to over 100 degrees Celsius