CSF Aseptic Hygienic Pumps With Steam Protection Barrier Ideal For Sterile Products
The established range of CSF hygienic centrifugal pumps includes the CSD Aseptic series which achieve the ultimate level of hygiene when transferring liquids in food, beverage, pharmaceutical, injectable/intravenous, ultra pure and other process applications where hygiene is critical.
CSF CSD pumps are manufactured in electro-polished investment cast AISI 316L stainless steel, with stainless steel for all wetted parts. (Image: Pump Engineering)
When fitted within an Aseptic plant these pumps ensure sterility and can assist in extending shelf life by ensuring the cleanest possible process conditions.
Available through the liquids handling specialist, Pump Engineering LTD, CSF CSD series pumps are robust and reliable. The mechanical seal is internal and balanced, fitted with EN12756/ISO3069 seats protected from contamination by a high temperature flush. Inlet and outlet ports are fitted with a steam protection barrier to ensure sterility, ensuring all points of potential microbial ingress are securely defended.
As with all CS series pumps, the CSD features an open impeller and a clamp casing, seal design and back pull out IEC standard motors, which allows for quick disassembly and inspection. These close coupled pumps are designed on a modular concept, which ensures a wide range of models and therefore an extensive performance range covering capacities from 1 to 300 m3/hour at heads up to 100 metres, with low NPSHr. CSF CSD pumps are manufactured in electro-polished investment cast AISI 316L stainless steel, with stainless steel for all wetted parts. They are also available in Sanicro 28, Duplex SAF 2507 and Hastelloy C276 and with an optional 0.5 micron Ra surface finish. Elastomers are available in a choice of Viton, EPDM, or PTFE.
Typical applications for CSF CSD hygienic pumps include aseptic / long life food, beverage and milk products, injectable and intravenous products, pharmaceutical/biopharm, fine fragrances and flavourings where cross contamination and/or microbial ingress cannot be tolerated.
Source: Pump Engineering Ltd