The F43 and F55 models complete the PeriBest food grade peristaltic pump line with a flow rate range between 1000 and 17000 l/h. This can be extended by means of a double-head pump up to 34000 l/h.
These two models are perfect for dosing operations of oils, yeasts, colourings, flavourings and enzymes, where, thanks to the excellent flow rate control, the constant flow rate in variable pressure applications and the gentle pumping, accuracies of up to ±1% can be achieved. They are also ideal for transfer applications of viscous liquid foods or that contain solids in suspension, as the pump has a large solid size capacity. The lack of valves and mechanical seals, in addition to the heavy-duty and horizontal monoblock design with bearing box, makes the PeriBest food grade peristaltic pump a very robust and ideal option for any pumping application, however difficult it may be. The indefinite dry running and the suction capacity of up to 9.5 mWc complement the capacities of the PeriBest product range.
The transfer of juices, sauces and wine are some of the typical applications for this product range.
The Food Grade version adds a series of specifications to the standard pump that enable it to meet current needs and regulations.
- The latest generation peristaltic hose in FDA food grade Nitrile
- DIN 11851 or Tri-clamp sanitary connections
- Easy and quick to remove front cover to aid CIP cleaning processes
- Front removal roller
- Stainless steel base plate and cover
- Pump casing in sanitary white
The installation of the bearing box in the pump casing provides perfect alignment as well as full absorption of the loads on the reducer shaft.
The bearing box is made up of a central hub which supports the reinforced and oversized bearings plus the pump shaft in order to achieve a compact and very robust assembly. The incorporation of this assembly provides unbeatable robustness and strength to the pump, even in the most severe conditions with pressures of up to 10 bar and in continuous working applications. Maintenance costs are minimised, system downtime is reduced and the life of the reducer is extended.