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Watson Marlow MasoSine sinusoidal pumps

14 January 2013

MasoSine sinusoidal pumps have a strong reputation when it comes to food and beverage applications

The sine wave shaped rotor creates four moving chambers which gently convey the duty ?uid from the inlet port to the higher pressure discharge port.

Thanks to the large pumping chambers, product integrity can be preserved and maintained, avoiding problems such aeration or damage to ingredients such as chocolate, soft fruit, cheese curd, meat and deli salads.

What’s more, MasoSine pumps are both energy efficient and extremely quiet in operation. Economical in-line maintenance is another benefit: with a single shaft and rotor, there is no need for the complex timing gears and multiple seals associated with conventional rotary lobe pumps.

The best-selling SPS range of pumps now come with stainless steel power frames to suit the 2”, 2.5” and 4” models, which offer flow rates from 250 litres to 41,760 litres per hour at pressures up to 15 bar.

For use where hygiene is of paramount importance this latest development from the world leaders in positive displacement pump technology, upgrades the range to 3A certification. The stainless steel power frame is easy to retrofit as an exchangeable spare part and offers customers significant additional value without additional cost.


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