The rectilinear compression of the tube, placed in a straight line on the PCR pump, reduces the risk of stringy products winding up, pump blockage and motor overheating.
To ensure optimal suction, it is preferable to run at a slow compensated speed: to obtain a high flow rate, the internal section of the tube must be proportionate to the desired flow rate.
A PCR Pump 310 with a 1.5 KW motor is more economical than a vacuum pump.
To optimise the suction, it is advisable to place the pump below the suction slot.
The use of a cone/funnel ending at the neck of the suction point reduces air intake.
A high/low switch triggers the motor on/off. This means that the pump runs under constant load, but never dry.
Mentioned below are some of our concrete applications in the context of stringy products:
- Transferring viscera and coagulated blood in slaughterhouses (poultry, pigs, etc.)
- Transferring diatomaceous earth and hops sludge in industrial breweries
- Transferring soyabeans and rapeseed for diester production sites
- Transferring seaweed for steak production
- Transferring vegetable peelings