Separation & Filtration Parts

Located in the heart of Europe’s shipping community in The Netherlands, TULLP strives to optimize the maintenance of its customers’ separation & filtration equipment by minimizing downtime and reducing operational costs.

As a leader in separation and filtration technology, TULLP understands the problems and difficulties your engineers face during the overhaul and maintenance of your equipment. TULLP’s goal is to set new quality and durability standards, to help you achieve optimal efficiency throughout the lifecycle of your separation and filtration equipment.

TULLP spare parts guarantee trouble-free operation and have similar or even better lifecycles than original spare parts!

The unique combination of knowledge & unprecedented reverse engineering enables TULLP to supply high-quality products, specific and reliable maintenance solutions that will help you increase the running hours between scheduled maintenance and reduce operational costs, improving your bottom line.

TULLP focusses on producing a wide range of spare parts, such as:

  • Spare parts for Alfa Laval separators
  • Spare parts for GEA Westfalia separators
  • Control units for Alfa Laval & GEA Westfalia purifiers
  • Spare parts for IMO pumps
  • Spare parts for Moatti filters
  • Spare parts for Nirex freshwater generators
  • Reconditioned complete purifiers and  bowls for Alfa Laval & GEA Westfalia separators

TULLP hold a comprehensive range of stock for quick and reliable delivery and have a good solid Dutch mentality, where a personal approach and high levels of service come first.

Its fully automated in-house supply chain gives TULLP total control over product quality and ensures full traceability of our spare parts, from raw material to final product. As TULLP is an independent Dutch brand, it can guarantee outstanding, unparalleled quality and offer a 12-month manufacturing guarantee to all customers.

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