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MasoSine Certa achieves EHEDG Aseptic certification

08 June 2017

The MasoSine Certa pump from Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group is now available with EHEDG Type EL Class 1 Aseptic. 

For customers, the benefits of this new certification include the fact that the pump is self-draining, has a reduced CIP cycle time and requires lower volumes of cleaning agents. Customers can trust in the CIP and SIP capabilities of the pump as it has been proven by EHEDG.

In addition the pumps do not require additional steam ports to make the pump bacteria tight, and this is also proven by the EHEDG Type EL Class I – Aseptic certificate.

The company has also completed its range with four new models covering the top flow rates of up to 99,000 l/hr and as low as 100 l/hr. The new additions complete the Certa family by offering users a fully CIP capable pump at flow rates up to 99,000 l/hr. 3A certification is offered as standard and users can be assured that media is pumped without product degradation.

Certa pumps deliver high suction capability to handle viscous products and are said to offer advantages over alternative technologies. Unlike traditional pumps with rotors that cut through the fluid, Certa’s sinusoidal rotor gently carries fluid through the pump to reduce shear and so reduce product damage, while cutting power consumption compared to rotary lobe and circumferential piston pumps by up to 50% with high viscosity fluids.

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