The ELRO IP 800 model, one of the pumps available under Tomlinson Hall’s scrappage scheme.
The ELRO IP 800 model, one of the pumps available under Tomlinson Hall’s scrappage scheme.

Tomlinson Hall is now offering ELRO stationary and mobile peristaltic pumps through its popular £99 for 99 scrappage scheme.

Launched at the start of 2018 to celebrate the company’s 99th year in business, the scrappage scheme allows end users to replace older pumps with more energy efficient solutions and support the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) in the process.

Due to customer demand, ELRO stationary and mobile peristaltic pumps have now been made available through the scheme, alongside the range of DEPA Air Operated Double Diaphragm (AODD) pumps already offered. The £99 for 99 scrappage scheme runs until 31 December, 2018.

Under the initiative, the firm is giving £99 to any company which replaces any old pump on their UK premises with a new DEPA AODD or ELRO pump, which will be supplied by Tomlinson Hall. The firm will safely dispose of the old pump and the scrap value of each pump replaced will be donated to the RNLI. Pump users can either take their scrap pumps to Tomlinson Hall’s premises for disposal or Tomlinson Hall’s specialist engineering team will de-install the pumps on the customer’s site.