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Inoxpa

Pumps



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INOXPA’s cost-effective centrifugal pumps are used for evaporation, high-pressure, self-priming, ultra-filtering and high-purity applications in pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical, cosmetic, food, dairy, brewing and wine-making industries. Different models of close-coupled, hygienic high capacity centrifugal pumps (up to 1000 m³/h) are available. They have high resistance to chemical agents, are designed for CIP/SIP without disassembly and suitable for pumping liquids containing air or gas without losing its pumping capacity. ATEX (explosion proof), IEC, NEMA and EHEDG certification is available. More info

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Due to the low working speed, rotary lobe pumps are characterized by gentle pumping and low shear of the product, including sensitive process fluids in hygienic and ultra-clean applications in biotech, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics or food. The rotary lobe pump is an ideal pump for the transfer of all types of liquids (from 1 to 1’000’000 cP), from low to medium to high viscosity as well as liquids with solid particles (curd, biologic cultivations, etc.). Fragile solids such as junket can be pumped without damage. EHEDG certification is available. More info

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Progressive cavity pumps are used to transfer products of low and high viscosity as well as products containing soft particles. They are suitable for pumping edible oils, wine, concentrates, beverages, doughs, pastes, etc. Open transmission (hygienic design), self-priming and reversible models, including ATEX and FDA certification, are available.

The Kiber NTE progressive cavity pump is ideal for transferring whole or destemmed grapes thanks to the stator which creates a vacuum in the inlet area for the product to enter the pump.

Vertical hygienic progressive cavity pumps are designed to transfer media of either high or low viscosity from tanks and barrels by inserting the pump tube into the drum. Typical applications are transferring of fruit concentrates for beverage production, tomato concentrate for ketchup production, transferring of creams, honey and other media of high viscosity. More info