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Centrifugal pumps can be quickly stripped down

12 September 2016

The CSF CS, CSA and CSM centrifugal pumps from Pump Engineering are able to handle a range of liquids from 1 to 550 m3/hr at heads up to 155m and can be quickly dismantled when required. 

The CSF pump is made of stainless steel, including all the wetted parts. It also features a six-vane impeller for gentle and effective handling of food ingredients.

The pumps are designed for CIP (Clean-in-place) to ensure the absence of dead areas and feature electro-polished finishing of all surfaces. They are available with standard or ATEX certified motors and feature a back pull-out design with a quick-release clamp for fast dismantling.
 
The CSA version has an electro polished finish to 0.5µm Ra and is approved to US FDA 3A standard or European EHEDG standards.

Typical applications are said to include transferring syrups, sugar solutions, flavourings, salad washing, alcohols, beer, milk, oils, vinegar, fruit juices, high purity water, CIP solutions, suspensions, yeast and melted butter. 


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