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The multi-phase pump is a combination of a standard centrifugal pump and a liquid ring pump both mounted together on 1 motor and 1 shaft. The centrifugal pump is used for pumping the liquid and brings the main performance of the pump. When a gas-bubble starts to build up in the eye of the centrifugal impeller, it is evacuated by the liquid ring impeller. The pump has 1 suction and 2 discharges: a main discharge of the centrifugal pump and a smaller discharge of the liquid ring pump that functions as an air and foam vent. The air/foam vent is typically connected back to the suction vessel. The GFP multi-phase pump is typically used for foamig liquids and (viscous) liquids containing gas in the food-industry. Offering a solution to liquids that are difficult to pump with standard centrifugal pumps. E.g. starch slurries & proteinsRequest a consultation
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The Packo hygienic food pumps meet the high demands of EHEDG and 3A certification. For this reason, these pumps are used in almost all demanding food applications such as dairy, breweries. distilleries and other beverage production. The perfect-to-clean pumps are ideal for use in food production.
Sanitary Centrifugal Pumps
Packo sanitary centrifugal pumps have a unique design and solid design at the highest possible surface finish. All pumps are electro polished leading to a perfectly cleanable and smooth surface with increased resistance against corrosion. Packo centrifugal pumps make a true difference on food safety, electricity costs, easy maintenance and optimization of production processes. They are suitable for the most demanding hygienic applications in the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. A range of pumps for general industrial applications is also available.
|Max. flow||400 m3/h|
|Differential head||30 m wc|
|Max. Inlet pressure||10 bar|
|Max. temperature||140 °C|
|Certificates||EN 1935, FDA, EAC|
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