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Positive displacement pump designed for long-life, hygienic performance

25 March 2018

SPX Flow has introduced the Universal 3 series, to its Waukesha Cherry-Burrell brand of positive displacement pumps which are available in the UK from AxFlow.  

The new pumps are 3-A certified and can be cleaned-in-place (CIP) as standard. Connection of the rotor and shaft is completely sealed from the product zone to prevent contamination and this also reduces the risk of internal corrosion. T

he front-loaded seals are said to be easy to maintain which also helping to reduce maintenance times. The pumps also provide the versatility of bi-directional flow capability and three-way mounting for easy integration into existing processes. 

When pumping high viscosity fluids containing large particles high efficiency can be achieved from rotors with large fluid cavities and easy entry, anti-cavitation ports. Even for non-lubricating and abrasive fluids, the pump is designed to maximize service life as it has no bearings in contact with the process fluid, no internal sliding or rolling contact, and no rotor-to-rotor contact. 


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