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LMI Pumps

LMI manufactures an extensive line of Chemical Metering Pumps, pH/ORP Controllers and related accessories for water and wastewater treatment industries.  Electronic and motor-driven pumps are available for flow proportional applications and optional liquid handling configurations to handle slurries and high viscosity chemicals. 

LMI Metering Pumps and Parts for Various Applications

As a leading distributor of LMI products, Maverick Pumps can provide the pumps, parts, and accessories your application requires. Our selection includes and is not limited to Metering Pumps, Pump Accessories, and Pump Parts, and more. 


LMI Pumps for Water and Wastewater Treatment

LMI has several series of pumps to address municipal, industrial, and commercial applications. There are thousands of applications that require corrosion inhibitors, wax inhibitors, biocides, antifreeze, disinfectants, coagulants, oxygen scavengers, polymers, softening agents, acids/bases, process additives, and other types of chemicals for their processes.  The main industries that purchase metering pumps include:

  • Industrial water treatment (cooling towers and boilers)
  • Potable water & wastewater treatment
  • Oil and gas production
  • Chemical and petrochemical processing
  • Power generation
  • Agriculture
  • Manufacturing
  • Food & beverage production
Why Choose LMI Pumps 

LMI metering pumps have a positive displacement chemical dosing device with the ability to vary capacity manually or automatically as process conditions require.  Approximately 90% of all pumps sold are transfer pumps, which are designed to move liquids from point A to point B.  But metering pumps are specialty pumps: They’re designed for precision-injection of chemicals, acids, bases, corrosives, or viscous liquids and slurries.  Metering pumps are required for applications where one or more of the following conditions exist:
  • High accuracy feed rate is demanded
  • Low flow rates in ml/hr or GPH are required
  • High system pressure exists
  • Flow rates vary and must be controlled by computer, microprocessor, DCS, or PLC.
  • Corrosive, hazardous, or high-temperature fluids are handled
  • Viscous fluids or slurries need to be pumped.