The RTP® Series rotary lobe pump was designed specifically for the hygienic stainless steel road tanker industry. It's the perfect solution for transferring high fructose corn syrup, chocolate, dairy, and more. The RTP® can handle flows up to 338 GPM (76.8 m³/h).
Features & Benefits
- The simple design behind the rotor makes strip cleaning easy and fast
- Choose the cleaning process that fits your needs: COP (Clean Out of Place) or CIP (Clean In Place)
Ease of Maintenance
- Innovative front loading seal design enables quick inspection and easy servicing
- Sealed gearcase with long-life lubrication eliminates oil inspection and filling
- Easy to service design requires no special tools for disassembly and eliminates need for end clearance adjustments
- Easily handles higher viscosity liquids with improved pressure capabilities for faster unloading
- Excellent displacement/weight ratios, meaning more in the tank & less in the cabinet
- Precision helical gears, rotors & shaft design, with optimized bearing position, minimize overhung load – extending seal & bearing life
0 to 338 GPM
0 to 76.8 m³/h
0 to 910,000 SSU
0 to 200,000 cSt
0 to 174 PSI
0 to 12 Bar
0 to 300 °F
0 to 150 °C
|Model||Standard Port Size||Nominal Pump Rating (GPM)||Nominal Pump Rating (m³/h)||Maximum RPM||Maximum Pressure PSI||Maximum Pressure BAR|
|RTP20||2" or 3"||264||60||1,000||145||10|
|RTP30||3" or 4"||338||76.8||1,000||174||12|
High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)
High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) is usually followed by the percentage of fructose in the liquid, ranging from 42 to 55%. It is most commonly used in soft drinks, jams, and jellies as a sweetener. Temperature regulation is relevant because discoloration of the liquid could occur at elevated temperatures.
- Cast iron
- Jacketed for steam/oil prior to pump startup
- O-Pro® Barrier seal
- Capacities to 400 GPM
- 316 Stainless steel
- Jacketed for steam/oil prior to pump starup
- Hardened material options
- Capacities to 320 GPM
Cacao beans are roasted, ground up, and mixed with oils to get a semi-liquid which is the beginning point in the making of chocolate. Early stage chocolate is known as bitter chocolate. Add sugar and it is known as sweet chocolate. Add milk for milk chocolate. If the chocolate has been thinned down it is chocolate liquor. It can be diluted with fats like palm nut or coconut oils.
Milk from cows, sheep, goats, and similar animals used as a food or beverage. The word now also used to describe liquids from plant sources such as coconut milk, soy or nut milks.
Cream (from Dairy)
Cream is a dairy product that is typically the fatty part of milk that rises to the top if allowed to stand. It is used in butter production and other food applications.
This group of oils may consist of olive, palm, soybean, canola, pumpkin seed, corn, sunflower, safflower, peanut, grape seed, sesame, and rice bran or a blend of these oils that is typically referred to as vegetable oil.