Beinlich ViSCO.pump®

Progressive cavity pump ViSCO.pump®

The space saving VISCO.pump® is designed for a continuous dispensing proportional to speed where high precision is a must. Based on the volumetric principle of an endless (infinite) piston whereas the core components rotor and stator form a perfectly sealed metering chamber, the eccentric movement of the rotor allows for a low-shear motion of the medium from one chamber to the next chamber without squeezing the media, thus making this pump well suited for filled media.

The VISCO.pump® product series comes in various configuration options from single and two (2k) pump component dispensing to feed and drum drainage pumps. Additionally, Beinlich offers the control electronics VISCO.tronic® which is suitable for the PCB and electronic component manufacturing.


Performance data


  • Size 1 - 0.005, 0.01, 0.05, 0.15 cc/rev
  • Size 2 - Visco.pump 0.30, 1.00, 2.00 cc/rev
  • Size 3 - Visco.pump 4.00 cc/rev
  • Size 4 - Visco.barrel & Visco.feed 7.00, 9.00, 11.00 cc/rev


  • Size 1 - 1 up to 150 rpm
  • Size 2, 3, and 4 - 1 up to 400 rpm


  • 1 – 1,000,000 mPas

Operating pressure*

  • Size 1 Inlet max. 6 bar, Discharge max. 10 bar
  • Size 2 and 3 Inlet max. 8 bar, Discharge max. 20 bar
  • Size 4 Inlet max. 8 bar, Discharge max. 25 bar

(*depending on viscosity)

Martin Williams of Kew Engineering has unboxed and reviewed the Visco.pump. Watch the video here!

Application areas

Dosing of filling compounds, coating of electronic components, protective coating of printed circuit boards, application of epoxy resin adhesives, bead dispensing, sealing, underfillings, dosing and metering, filling

Advantages of the progressive cavity pump VISCO.pump®

  • High dosing accuracy, ± 1% volumetric
  • Continuous dosing proportional to speed
  • Valve-less closed system
  • Handles abrasive media
  • Low pulsation and shear
  • Almost no tools are needed for installation and disassembly
  • Improved and more effective ventilation
  • Easy cleaning
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