• 3 phase Phoenix 12000 impeller pump
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Schneider Phoenix 12000 Impeller pumps

931043 phase Phoenix 12000 impeller pump

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Impeller pumps are used for the rapid transfer of liquids, e.g., when pressing fruit, raking off after fermentation, and pumping from one tank or vessel to another. Phoenix 1200 impeller pumps are manufactured by Schneider Pumpen, who have over 70 years' experience manufacturing pumps. Phoenix 12000 pumps have a maximum capacity of 12000 litres per hour.

High quality rubber impeller pumps
12000 litres per hour - see Flow Characteristics graph
Single/fixed speed as standard - 2 speed or variable speed versions available on request, see Features
Reversible motor for pumping in either direction (forward & back)

  • Stainless steel three part body with highly polished internal surfaces
  • Integral bypass to regulate delivery pressure and flow rate
  • Mounted on a trolley
  • All pump parts can be serviced by removing one clamp bolt
  • Choice of impeller material – neoprene as standard

NB: Threaded connections to your specification - please advise us of your requirements immediately after ordering

NB Designed to handle liquids up to 40ºC - impellers to handle higher temperatures (and oils) are available on request

NB Reinforced hose of a minimum bore of 32mm (1.25mm) should be used with this pump - see the Hoses link below.

Can be used with our Remote Control System - (part codes 93303 & 93304) - available separately.

We've supplied hundreds of Scheider pumps over the years. See the 'Schneider' tab below for some customer Case Studies which include Schneider pumps.

If you need advise on whether this pump is suitable for your application, please call uson 01404 892 100.


NB You can order spare impellers online for this pump - please see the Spares category in Catalogue and Refine by 'Type'.


Please see the Pumps category in Catalogue for our full range of Pumps.

For hoses, please see our Hoses category; For hosetails and other fittings, please see our Fittings category. Please see our range of Presses - Apple, Presses - Grape, & Tanks.


Impeller pumps are used for the rapid transfer of liquids, when pressing, raking off and pumping from one tank to another. They are suitable for free-running liquids and liquids with some small solids in suspension.

They are not generally suitable for use with filters unless the pump has a precise variable speed control - the standard version of this pump doesn't have variable speed control, however a variable speed control version is available on request - see Features.

  • Maximum ABV: 15%



NB This pump is single speed.

Other variants of Phoenix 12000 are available on a special order basis (e.g., 2 speed; variable speed with inverter control; remote control). Please call us on 01404 892100 to discuss the options and to request a price.

Other capacities of Phoenix pumps are also available, e.g., the Phoenix 6000. Other capacities can be supplied on a special order basis, e.g., the Phoenix 16000, 22000, 32000 & 48000. Please call us on 01404 892100 to discuss your requirements.


  • Flow rate: 12000 litres per hour - see Flow Characteristics graph
  • Maximum ABV: 15%
  • Rated to IP54
  • Self priming up to 6m
  • Maximum pressure: 5.5 bar
  • RPM: 1400
  • Voltage: 230 or 400 V
  • Motor: 2.2 kW
  • Weight: 34 kg



Schneider Pumpen GmbH have specialised in the design and manufacture of pumps for drink applications since 1948, however, the origins of their company date back to 1920. We have have been supplying their pumps for decades and are pleased to be their UK agents.

Here are some of the reasons why we choose Schneider:

  • They have over 70 years' experience in the design, manufacture of pumps for wine industry
  • Their pumps are suitable for most drink applications
  • They provide one the widest selection of filtration vessels, depth filters and pleated cartridges available today
  • Their aim is to supply the right pump for the right application and their focus during design is the consistency, viscosity, weight of the product; the pressures required; the protective features required (e.g., guarding against overpressure, etc.); and hydrodynamic and volumetric considerations
  • Their pumps are manufactured to a high standard and designed for ease of use, efficiency and low maintenance
  • They are a solid and committed family-run company

The range

The Schneider range includes the following pumps:

  • Impeller pumps for the rapid transfer of liquids, e.g., when pressing fruit, raking off after fermentation, and pumping from one tank or vessel to another
  • Eccentric screw pumps for pumping viscous liquids, fruit pulp, and free-running liquids
  • Centrifugal pumps ideal for use with filters and bottle fillers where a smooth, regulated flow is required

Schneider Video

Watch the Schneider video here.

What we offer

We have been supplying Schneider pumps since 1994. We can offer you ...

  • Advice on the appropriate pump for you
  • Comprehensive 12 month warranty, backed up by our team of Vigo engineers
  • Maintenance & full technical backup and support from our mobile engineers

Case Studies

We've supplied hundreds of Schneider pumps to a variety of drink producers over the years. The Case Studies below include a few examples:

How can we help you?

If you're looking for pump solutions, please give us a call on 01404 892 100 and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.



We have been supplying producers in the drink industry since 1984. We work with renowned manufacturers throughout Europe and in America to bring you robust and efficient production and processing equipment, backed up by our team of Vigo engineers. The manufacturer listed above is just one example. See our Manufacturers page for a list / more information on the manufacturers we are proud to work with.

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