The Classic+ Series™ / MultiPump® Series is the perfect solution for pharmaceutical, personal Care, foods, and more due to its cleanability, superior performance, and ease of maintenance. It can handle flows up to 832 GPM (189 m³/h).
Features & Benefits
- Modular pump design promotes easy disassembly for COP (Clean Out of Place) & CIP (Clean In Place)
- Casing profile cusps maximize efficiency & draining capability
- Timed, non-contacting rotors minimize shear while providing extended run-dry capability
- Helical timing gears provide high torque & quieter operation for extended pump life
- Tapered roller bearings provide higher operating speeds & better discharge pressures
Ease of Maintenance
- Removable foot for easier placement
- Classic RLP design
0 to 832 GPM
0 to 189 m³/h
0 to 910,000 SSU
0 to 200,000 cSt
0 to 174 PSI
0 to 12 Bar
0 to 355 °F
0 to 180 °C
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Acetone is an organic compound and an important solvent used in the paints and varnishes, in resins and as a degreasing agent.
Agave syrup, also known as maguey syrup or agave nectar is a sweetener produced from the agave plant. It is used in food and beverage products as a sweetener and often used as an alternative to honey.
Used in the fermentation of beer, lager and ales to turn sugars in to alcohol.
A liquid consumed, other than water, typically a drink. This can include tea, coffee, alcoholic, soft drinks and fruit juices.
Brines are typically water based with the addition of salts and other additives. Mainly used in the preservation, curing and flavoring of foods
A pale yellow edible fat made from the churning of dairy cream. Used as a spread or as an ingredient in food preparation and cooking.
Caramel is produced by heating sugar and is then used as a food or confectionary ingredient. Also referred to as toffee.
Cheese is a food product produced from curds of milk. Typically based on cows or sheep milk but can be from a wide range of milk sources and used to produce both hard and soft cheese with many regional variations.
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.
Dough is a thick malleable mixture of flour and liquid used for bread and pastry production. Often contains sugar and yeast or other flavorings and additives.
Egg products refers to eggs that have been removed from their shells of processing. This can be whole egg, egg yolk, or just the whites. These are used in a wide range of food products.
Fruit covers a wide range of products but these are typically regarded as the fleshy or dried ripened products of flowering plants. Common fruits would be apples, oranges, bananas, and grapes.
Gelatin is derived from collagen and is used in food production, but also in photographic processes and in products such as natural glues and adhesives.
Glucose is a simple sugar mainly produced from plants and is an abundant source of carbohydrate. Used as a sweetener in foods and confectionery products.
Honey is a sweet, stick fluid produced by bees and other insects from nectar collected from flowers. Used for human food consumption as a sweetener and in some alcoholic products such as mead.
Jam, jelly, compote, and conserves consist of fruits that are cooked with sugar, sometimes with the addition of pectin and used as a foodstuff. Typically produced to a spreadable consistency with the inclusion of some fruit pieces.
Typically produced from tomatoes with the addition of vinegar, sugar, and spices. One of many types of sauce or condiment used as a food product.
Margarine is a butter substitute and is derived from vegetable oils. Often seen as a more healthy option to butter as it contains unsaturated fats.
Mayonnaise is a creamy sauce or dressing produced from egg yolks and vegetable oils and is widely used in sandwiches, hamburgers and in salads.
Meat products typically used as foods cover a wide range of processed animal flesh and by-products.
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.
Mustard is an acidic tasting yellow or brown paste produced from seeds of the mustard plant. Used as a condiment mainly consumed with meats.
Orange juice is the juice squeezed from the fruit of the orange tree and can be of many varieties such as blood orange, navel, Valencia, clementine and tangerine. Can be smooth or with the inclusion of fruit cells. Often produced and then concentrated to aid transport and storage then rehydrated at the point of use.
Pectin is a soluble gelatinous substance present in ripe fruit and is used as a setting agent in jams and jellies.
Pet foods are typically commercially produced foods for pets and domestic animals, dogs, cats etc. Many pet foods are produced from the by-products of the human food manufacturing industry
The term sauces covers a wide range of food products ranging from ketchup, mayonnaise, mustards, apple sauce and many other condiments.
An item of food in the form of a cylindrical length of minced meat, typically pork, encased in a skin.
Shampoos are used for personal and pet care hygiene products. They typically are shear-thinning mixtures and lubricating.
Kettle soap, soap stock, soap skimmings, and liquid soap are a mixture of sodium salts of various fatty acids of natural oils and fats. Common soap is largely a mixture of the sodium salts of palmitic, stearic and oleic acids. Rosin soaps for laundry purposes are made by adding a soap made from rosin or rosin itself to an ordinary soap.
Sorbitol is a sweet tasting compound derived from a number of sources, typically potato starch. It has a wide range of applications as a sweetener from food products through toothpaste.
A generic term used to describe a mixture of water with a sweetener such as sucrose derived from sugar cane or sugar beets.
Tomato products used in a wide range processed foods. Pasta sauce, pizza toppings, tomato puree, soups, ketchup, relish, etc.
Toothpastes are used to keep teeth clean and healthy. Typically it is abrasive to assist in breaking up plaque that has formed on teeth. Usually it is also fairly viscous.
Whey is the watery part of milk that remains after the formation of curds usually in the cheese making industry. Whey can be used as a protein source for both human and animal food consumption.
Yeast, a microscopic fungus capable of converting sugars into alcohol and carbon dioxide. Used to ferment beers and wines and to raise bread dough.
Yogurt is a food product produced by the bacterial fermentation of milk. Typically eaten as a breakfast meal of desert and also in drinkable form.