Watson-Marlow Adds Two New Pump Sizes to Its range of SPS Sine Pumps


Watson-Marlow is presenting two new sizes in its SPS sine pump range. The SPS pump from MasoSine Process Pumps, a division of Watson-Marlow, will be available in a total of seven different sizes with connections ranging from one to six inches in diameter, covering a flow range from only a few litres per hour to 99,000 litres per hour.

Watson-Marlow Adds Two New Pump Sizes to Its range of SPS Sine Pumps

The SPS will be available in a total of seven different sizes (Image: Watson-Marlow)

“With the two new sizes, we are extending our range of fully certified, high-quality pumps and are further building on our lead in this area. This also means we are in an even better position to meet our clients’ future requirements,” says Rémi Drummond, Product Manager at MasoSine Process Pumps.

The SPS sine pump sets new standards in the gentle handling of highly viscous and sensitive products, making it ideal for use in the food and beverage industry. The sinusoidal mechanism of the MasoSine pump rotor enables gentle and pulsation-free transport of the product without compromising its quality. Product integrity is ensured even with particularly sensitive products and products with large soft solids such as whole soft fruit. Viscosity, texture, colour and quality remain intact. The simple and efficient design of the sine pump not only provides significant energy advantages in comparison to other types of pump, it also makes cleaning and maintenance easier. Thanks to the stainless steel bearing unit available as standard for all models, the two new pump sizes will also have 3A certification and are also CIP and SIP compatible.

Watson-Marlow will give the world’s first preview of two new pump sizes at this years drinktec.

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