Paul Naylon, Group Managing Director at NOV Mono, said: “The progressing cavity (PC) pump has come a long way since its invention by French creator René Moineau in the 1930s and, as the UK’s only licensee of this simple and effective pumping principle, we’ve taken a front row seat in its development over the past 75 years.”
Products in Mono’s current pump portfolio can handle capacities in excess of 400 tonnes per hour and pressures in excess of 70 bar (1000 psi). These pumps are complemented by additional ranges of grinders, screens, packaged pumping systems and solar pumps.
Mono has also developed a range of Mono Universal Parts for use in other brands of progressing cavity pumps.
Originally formed in 1935, today the NOV Mono Group has 700 authorised distributors worldwide and employs more than 640 people.
Paul Naylon added: “Through major investment in product design and manufacturing, Mono has made sure that the PC pump is even more relevant today than when it was invented 75 years ago.
For more information, or to view a special 75th Anniversary video blog visit www.mono-pumps.com