Wilden Extends Saniflo Hygienic Series


Wilden, part of PSG, a Dover company, has extended its line of Saniflo Hygienic Series (HS) AODD Clamped Metal Pumps with the addition of the new PS2 25 mm (1”) model, which comes equipped with the energy-efficient Pro-Flo SHIFT Air Distribution System (ADS). Saniflo HS pumps offer the versatility, safety and capability needed to efficiently pump an array of viscosities, solids and shear-sensitive products for the food and beverage, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries.

Wilden Extends Saniflo Hygienic Series

The new PS2 25 mm (1”) model of Saniflo Hygienic Series (HS) AODD Clamped Metal Pumps (Image: Wilden)

Incorporating a variety of design enhancements to meet the strictest hygienic and sanitary requirements, Wilden Saniflo HS pumps feature a free-draining flow path that enables clean-in-place (CIP) capability. The Saniflo HS flow-through liquid-path design also eliminates any potential areas where product residue can be trapped and contaminate the product. These design features help ensure the sanitary operation of the pump and, by extension, lowers the risk of cross contamination or compromised finished product that may lead to costly recalls. These features also allow Wilden Saniflo HS pumps to meet or exceed numerous industry standards and requirements, including 3-A, FDA CFR 21.177, USP Class VI, 1935/2004/EC, ATEX and CE.

The Pro-Flo SHIFT ADS further enhances the PS2’s performance and efficiency by providing up to 60 percent savings in air consumption, more yield per SCFM, precisely metered air consumption for less product waste and maximum Mean Time Between Repair (MTBR). Wilden PS2 pumps offer flow rates to 121 lpm (32 gpm) at a max pressure of 8.6 bar (125 psi). Elastomer options include FDA Buna-N, FDA EPDM, PTFE, Saniflex and Wil-Flex.

Source: Wilden

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