The Rotary Lobe Pumps from Alfa Laval are able to handle low, medium and high viscosity media, these pumps are used where gentle, sanitary processing is a requirement.
The SRU range of rotary lobe pumps has been designed for use on wide ranging applications within the Brewing, Dairy, Food, Pharmaceutical and Chemical industries. The SRU pump can handle from low to high viscosity media and is suitable for CIP (Cleaning In Place) and conforms to USA 3A Sanitary Standard.
The characteristic smooth, low shear pumping action is ideal for products such as creams, gels, emulsions, aerated mixtures, and delicate cells and organic solids in suspension. The SRU range is compact in size and highly efficient, capable of flow rates up to 106 m³/h and pressures up to 20 bar. The new improved modular design provides for greater application flexibility and cost effective easy maintenance.
The SRU pump with its conventional lobe pump design concept has a robust cast iron gearbox, which provides maximum shaft rigidity and easy oil seal replacement. The SRU range in series 1-4 has a universal gearbox design. This gives the flexibility of mounting pumps with the inlet and outlet ports in either a vertical or horizontal plane by changing the foot position. The SRU range in series 5 & 6 has dedicated gearbox castings, which also allows the inlet and outlet ports to be in either the vertical or horizontal plane.
A quality epoxy paint system is used on the gearbox exterior for optimum protection against natural and corrosive elements.
The SRU in standard specification has sanitary design full bore inlet and outlet ports to International Standards, maximising inlet and outlet port efficiency and NPSH characteristics. Enlarged diameter and rectangular ports are also available to handle high viscosity products.
The SRU in standard specification has tri-lobe rotors with the option of bi-lobe rotors for handling fluids containing large delicate solids. All rotors are available in three temperature ratings allowing the pump to be operated at maximum process temperatures of 70°C, 130°C and 200°C for both fluid pumped and CIP.
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