Do you need solutions to modernize your business or increase your productivity? If your activity involves the transfer of fluids, peristaltic pumps offer many advantages, such as their versatility, their ease of operation, and their low maintenance costs.
Are you interested in knowing more about its uses and applications? What kinds of fluids are they capable of handling? Read on and discover everything that industrial peristaltic pumps can bring to your company!
High and Low-pressure Peristaltic Pumps
Firstly, what type of peristaltic pumps are most common for industrial use? Beyond its ability to work with very diverse fluids, this type of equipment also has high and low-pressure models to adapt to the operational needs of each specific sector.
High pressure industrial peristaltic pumps are characterized by the use of reinforced tubes and lubricated covers to facilitate heat dissipation and avoid external abrasion of the tube. This type of peristaltic pump, also known as hose pump, can work with pressures of up to 16 bars and flow rates of up to 36,000 liters/hour.
For their part, low-pressure peristaltic pumps, commonly called tube or pipe pumps, use dry rollers and covers. These industrial pumps are suitable for working pressures up to 8 bars. Regarding flow rate, currently, industrial pump manufacturers have models suitable for both small flows and higher working pressures, up to 44,000 liters/hour.
For what types of Fluids are Peristaltic Pumps Suitable?
As we have commented previously, one of the great qualities of peristaltic pumps, like the ones you can find in Boyser compared to other industrial pumps is their versatility. Next, let’s see in detail what types of fluids these equipment can work with:
- Peristaltic pumps are an optimal solution for the transfer of liquids, but they are also able to handle without problems fluids with gaseous content or fluids with solid particles in suspension or compound fluids, such as pomace, resins, or paper pulp. These pumps also offer excellent performance for transferring high viscosity fluids.
- Thanks to the design of the peristaltic pump, the fluid is only in contact with the tube, thus avoiding any type of contamination. This characteristic makes it an optimal solution for sectors where a totally aseptic product treatment is essential, such as the food industry or cosmetics.
- By allowing total isolation of the fluid, peristaltic pumps are also ideal for transferring toxic substances, acids, and abrasives. These equipments are a very effective solution for the treatment of sludge and wastewater, sludge, mortars, or ceramic barbhines.
- The operating system of industrial peristaltic pumps ensures a smooth and delicate treatment of the product, making them an excellent choice for the transfer of fluids sensitive to shear or shear, such as vegetable oils, purees, emulsions, cosmetics, or detergents.
In short, peristaltic pumps offer a wide range of options for industrial applications. If you are considering investing in one of these equipment, consult your peristaltic pumps’ manufacturer about the model and operational capabilities you need, taking into account the specific requirements of your activity.
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