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Effective Pumping of Delicate Ingredients with CSF Range from Pump Engineering

Pump Engineering

The CSF range of progressive cavity pumps is ideal for transferring a wide variety of products and ingredients or those with suspended solids and particles which often occur in the food, brewing, beverage and pharmaceutical industries.

Available from liquids handling specialists Pump Engineering, the CSF range includes the eccentric screw, positive displacement MAN series of pumps.

CSF MAN hygienic series progressive cavity self-priming pumps are extremely versatile and ideally suited to transferring low viscosity products like soups or sauces, high viscosity products such as jams, creams, pastes and pie fillings or delicate ingredients such as fruits and vegetables, with a gentle pumping action which does not damage these sensitive ingredients. The positive displacement pumping action from the rotor and stator arrangement delivers a consistent flow, without the need for pulsation dampeners or non-return valves.

When used in conjunction with a variable speed drive they can be used for dosing or proportioning applications and where applications involve high viscosity products the pumps can be fitted with a hopper or wide throat inlet.

All wetted parts are manufactured from polished or satin AISI 316L stainless steel and the pump’s tie-rod construction allows for quick and simple inspection, cleaning and maintenance. Stators are available in white rubber for food use or other elastomers to suit the application. MAN Series pumps are available with a single mechanical seal as standard with double seals, or packed glands if required.

CSF progressive cavity pumps are identical to Helios progressive cavity pumps which are no longer marketed by Mono Pumps. End-users will therefore appreciate that as the UK’s leading distributor of CSF pumps, Pump Engineering are able to supply all spares and replacement parts
for these pumps.

Picture: Pump Engineering

Source: Pump Engineering



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