INOXPA INDUSTRIAL SANITARY PUMPS


SLR Sanitary Rotary Lobe Pump

Positive displacement pumps INOXPA manufactures different types of positive displacement pumps, progressive cavity pumps and rotary lobe pumps, to meet the specific needs of each industrial application. Find your positive displacement pump here:

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HLR Hygienic Rotary Lobe Pump

The HLR pump is a hygienic rotary lobe pump designed in compliance with the EHEDG specifications for plants and processes that comply with the strictest hygienic requirements. Due to the low working speed, the rotary lobe pump is characterised by a gentle pumping and low shear of the product causing less damage possible. This hygienic lobe pump is an ideal pump for the transfer of all types of liquids (from 1 to 1.000.000 cP) and liquids with solid particles (curd, biologic cultivations, etc.). The rotary lobe pump is adequate for the food-processing, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries.

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SLRT Rotary Lobe Truck Pump

The SLRT pump is a positive displacement rotary lobe pump designed to discharge food and sanitary products from a truck cistern as it can be driven by a hydraulic motor. The pump is characterised by a compact design, reduced weight and interchangeable connections to facilitate its assembly to a truck. SLRT rotary lobe truck pump is designed to pump liquid products with or without delicate solid particles that require gentle pumping causing no damage to the product.

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DCH Hygienic Twin Screw Pump

The 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. The design ensures a fully cleanability and drainability.

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KIBER KSF Progressive Cavity Pump

Kiber KSF progressive cavity pumps are used to transfer products of low and high viscosity as well as products containing soft particles. These food grade progressive cavity pumps are also recommended for use with edible oils, wine, concentrates and beverages in general. They can also be used to transfer viscous food products.

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DIN-FOOD Hygienic Centrifugal Pump

The DIN-FOOD pump is a hygienic high capacity centrifugal pump (up to 1000 m³/h) designed to cater for an unfulfilled need in the food-processing and chemical and pharmaceutical industries. The applications of the high-flow centrifugal pump include processes in the brewing, dairy and beverage industries in general, as well as in ultra-filtering processes. It can also be used in the textile industry and in some specific processes in the chemical, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries.

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HYGINOX SEN Centrifugal Pump

Due to its sanitary and economical design, HYGINOX SEN centrifugal pump is used as main process pump in the food-processing, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. It is also recommended for CIP processes.

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RV Helicoidal Impeller Pump

The RV centrifugal pump with helicoidal impeller is the best solution for the transfer of liquids with solid particles or medium viscosity products that cannot be pumped with an ordinary centrifugal pump. Due to the helicoidal shape of the impeller, the transfer of the product is gentle and without clogging., e.g. solid particles suspended in water (proportion: 40% to 60%). It is ideal for applications of the transfer of pieces of fruit or whole fruits, olives, mushrooms, slices of orange, vegetables, fish, etc. RV pumps are widely used in wineries for the pump-over process where the high capacity and minimum destruction of the solid parts (seeds, skins, etc.) is required. The design of the pump contributes to a better extraction of tannin, the coloring matter of wine, in the phase of vinification, reducing the lees formation and, as the result, achieving high quality wines.

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