MasoSine pump technology has solved a number of problems associated with Air-Operated Diaphragm Pumps (AODs) on Pukka Pies’ bakery production line.
The bakery had been using an AOD pump to transfer pre-cooked meat pie filling from a 200-liter capacity mixing bowl to a depositor feed hopper. The transfer of pie fillings, often involving high suction lift, can be a significant challenge for bakeries.
Pukka Pies found that the meat mixture was problematic for the AOD pumps. They needed to find a pump that could transfer the product whilst maintaining product integrity. They also found that their pump was … Read the rest
The following MasoSine SPS Pumps are Available for Discounted Prices
MasoSine SPS Pumps Features and Benefits:
- High Flow Rates to 434 GPM
- Handles High Viscosities up to 10,000,000 cPs (yes, 10 million cPs)
- Gentle, Low-Shear, Low Pulsation Pumping Action
- Pulls Up to 80% Vacuum
- Learn More About MasoSine SPS Pumps HERE
The Following MasoSine SPS Pumps are Available at Steep Discounts
(Pumps sold as is. Changes and Modifications to drives and mounting can be done at additional cost). Contact Springer Pumps for more details.
SPS 200 MasoSine Pump Assembly (Qty 13 Available) Price: $4385 each
- Nominal Displacement: 0.034 Gallons/Rev
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S Moores, a popular "traditional" biscuits maker in England, changed from batch mixing granola to continuous mixing operations. A SPS200 pump, which was previously used for the batch mixing was redeployed for the continuous mixing operation along with two additional, new units. Using a revolution counter and speed controller (VFD), they are able to precisely measure the ingredients going into the granola mixer. This has allowed them to eliminate the need for a weighing assembly, and the majority of manual labor associated with this process.
Certa now has full EHEDG Aseptic certification allowing use within aseptic processes without the need for additional certification. Certa doesn’t require additional steam ports due to its bacteria tight design, proven by its EHEDG Aseptic certification.
Due to the release of the Certa line of Sine Pumps and it's success, Masosine is officially discontinuing the MR series with full production ceased on January 1, 2018. The MR 120, MR 125, MR 130 MR 135 and MR 150 are all included. The MR 160 will still be produced, but under the model number SPS 600L for applications that require high pressure.
Certa Pumps are now Available in 1" and 2" Sizes! Certa offers many advantages over traditional lobe and circumferential piston pumps, and when pumping high viscosity fluids the Certa advantage is even more pronounced. You can use a 1" or 2" Certa in place of a 3-4" or larger competitive pump type.
Certa pumps from MasoSine have many advantages over lobe pumps, not the least of which is lower cost. Contact us today to find out how to trade in your existing lobe pumps for credit applied towards a new Certa pump.
This advanced new innovation in food pump technology not only delivers high suction capability to handle viscous products, it offers significant advantages over alternative technologies. Unlike traditional pumps with rotors that cut through the fluid, Certa’s sinusoidal rotor gently carries fluid through the pump to dramatically reduce shear, while cutting power consumption by up to 50% with high viscosity fluids.
The brand new Certa™ line from MasoSine is the cleanest Sine pump ever. It sets a new standard for pumps in the food processing industry. Certa™ pumps meet the highest sanitary standards including 3A and EHEDG Type EL Class I. Certa™ is extremely easy to clean and fully drainable and CIPable. See the videos below and visit our catalog in the link to find out more about this innovative new pump from Watson Marlow!
For brewing beer, the yeast is one of the most important ingredients. Many of the oldest breweries have climate controlled vaults to keep their original yeast strains protected or send them to places such as NCYC to ensure the continuation of their signature brews. Few, however, consider the damage done to live yeast when pumping it into the wort stream for fermentation.