Improve accuracy and process economy with new lower-flow Twin Screw Pumps
The popular Alfa Laval Twin Screw Pump comes in three new model sizes optimized to handle lower flow rates for hygienic applications across the dairy, food, beverage and home-personal care industries.
By: industrial news service – INS Oy/Ab
Designed for process flexibility, the Alfa Laval Twin Screw Pump is built on a robust, reliable platform that meets stringent hygienic standards. It is capable of handling both product transfer and Cleaning-in-
More economical operation
Less is more. By increasing the performance envelope of the pump, you reap the benefits of lower flow rates yet get better accuracy, higher volumetric efficiency and more economical operation.
Greater process flexibility and cost savings
Like all Alfa Laval Twin Screw Pumps, these small, but mighty new models excel at multi-duty applications, handling both product transfer and cleaning duties. This eliminates the need for a separate Cleaning-in-
Higher product quality with virtually pulse-free operation
The new compact, lower-flow Twin Screw Pumps are the right choices for low-shear transfer of sensitive, abrasive and high and low viscosity fluids with high large solids content. Low pulsation characteristics greatly reduce the risk of product damage, thereby improving product quality.
Pump Portfolio Manager at Alfa Laval, John Walker explains: "Optimized for lower-flow product transfer, the three new Twin Screw Pump models extend the current pump range to deliver higher accuracy and process economy. This boosts both product quality and yield."
About Alfa Laval
Alfa Laval is a leading global provider of first-rate products in the areas of heat transfer, separation and fluid handling. With these as its base, Alfa Laval aims to help enhance the productivity and competitiveness of its customers in various industries throughout the world. We define their challenges and deliver sustainable products and solutions that meet their requirements – mainly in energy, the environment, food and the marine industry.