Rotary Gear Pump manufacturer, Varley Pumps, a division of the Hayward Tyler Group
Rotary Gear Pump manufacturer, Varley Pumps, a division of the Hayward Tyler Group, has announced a further increase in new orders, culminating in record sales for the Company this year.
Varley manufacture a range of double helical gear pumps and positive displacement pumps for oil transfer, process feed, forced lubrication and seal flush systems. The business has invested this year in an export programme, along with a number of awareness campaigns that highlight the versatility of the product range.
Recent wins for the business include an order worth £146k from Simex Defence to build four new Hydraulic Transfer Pumps for the Canadian Navy. The pumps are to be installed on HMCS Windsor Submarine (Trafalgar) to replace the original Varley units that were installed in the 1960s, when Varley were known as FMC (Food Machine Corporation). They are scheduled for delivery in May 2007.
Varley have also successfully won an order valued at £150k to supply 20 oil pumps to Waukesha, Wisconsin for their APG 2000/3000 Engine. The oil pumps, pre-lubrication pumps and engine pressure regulator valves (module) will be supplied in lots of five pumps until April 2007. Further orders are expected in 2007 for a new pump for the lubrication module.
Gary Wearing, Managing Director, Hayward Tyler Group Ltd, stated,
The order book for Varley Pumps in 2006 has exceeded sales targets and we are set for another strong year in 2007. The versatility of these pumps is demonstrated by the wide and varied applications for both our standard pumps and API676 products. These product qualities, along with an outstanding team of engineers, have contributed to the record year for the business.