Category: Twin Screw Pumps

NEW INOXPA DCH TWIN SCREW PUMP

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The INOXPA DCH is a twin-screw pump, with hygienic design, suitable for use in the food, dairy, beverage and cosmetic industries. The flow is uniform and in an axial direction, so there are no changes of volume or physical properties of the product. Therefore, it is an ideal pump for handling shear-sensitive fluids. It has a high suction lift capability with very low NPSH values. It is capable of pumping liquids with high viscosity, but also with low viscosity, so it can be used as a CIP-supply pump.

New High Efficiency, Hygienic Drum QDU Drum Unloader

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Drum Unloaders have conventionally been powered by air-operated pumps. Air-Operated Diaphragm and Air-Operated Piston pumps are the most commonly used types. They are reliable, provide gentle fluid handling and are easy to maintain. Air-Operated Piston Pumps have the added ability to handle extremely high viscosities. However, they have some drawbacks. Compressed air is an inefficient […]

Positive Displacement Pump Problems?

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Positive displacement pumps are used successfully in a wide range of applications in almost every industry. Many of these applications, however, suffer from a wide range of problems common to pumps like rotary lobe, rotary piston and progressive cavity pumps. Whether it be cavitation, rotor-to-body contact, wear due to tight clearances and abrasive fluids, loud operating noise or frequent repairs due to axial deflection these issues cause no end of headaches to the plant maintenance personnel that deal with them.

QTS Twin Screw, Positive Displacement Pumps

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Q-Pumps Twin Screw Pumps can handle suspended solids without damaging them at slow or fast speeds (up to 3000 rpm). QTS Pumps have constant, near pulse-less flow which gently handles liquids. Up to 60% air handling capability with self-priming and low NPSH requirements. The QTS line is also fully CIPable and can function as both the process pump and the CIP pump, reducing equipment costs.