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Verder introduces new Vederair hygienic pump range

4 June 2014

Verder has introduced the Verderair Hi-Clean range of air operated double diaphragm pumps. The Hi-Clean range is suitable for where pumping processes require FDA, 3A and EC1935/2005 compliant specification.

The complete Verderair brand

The Hi-Clean range completes the Verderair brand – There is an air diaphragm pumping solution for any process or application including hygienic conditions, abrasive and solid-laden industrial applications and for harsh chemicals and environments.

The HI-CLEAN pumps are constructed from SS316 stainless steel polished to RA 3,2 μm. The centre section is also available in aluminium and PP for where a full SS316 is not required.

The range also features a piston-type pump for direct insertion into IBCs, barrels and other containers for hygienic transfer.

Efficient operation

At the heart of the pump is the air valve. The Verderair valves are super responsive and fast-acting so all of the air is used to push the fluid with no waste – This makes them the most efficient on the market. The air valve reduces the total amount of air needed to move a set volume of fluid. The operating volume and vibration is also reduced, contributing to a better working environment.

Hygienic & Low-hassle

The pump range is CIP and SIP compatible and is specially designed to be disassembled with a simple clamp arrangement. The flanges are available in tri-clamp or DIN 11851 configurations for crevice-free connection. The air valve is encapsulated which allows the pump to be jet washed.

The design allows the strip, inspection and service in less than 20 minutes.

Fluids & solids

The Verderair Hi-Clean range can deliver a flow rate of up to 568L/min and up to 20,000cPs. The positive displacement of the moving diaphragms is a gentle, low-shear pumping principle, which preserves the often delicate structure of the fluid.

Models are available with ball vales or flapper types to permit solids of up to 63.5mm

Suitable fluids include viscous pasta sauces and pastes, milk and dairy, beers, wines and juices as well as personal care products such as creams, gels and shampoo.

Robust and capable

The working principle of an air diaphragm pump allows the flow path to run dry without damage and is true self-priming. Selected models also feature over-moulded diaphragms and leak detection sensors for 3A compliance for minimal disruption to the process line.

How do I buy a Verderair pump?

Every Verder pump is supported by our sales engineers – either over the phone, email or in person at your premises. If you are familiar with air diaphragm technology we recommend you contact our UK sales office on 01924 221 001 for a quotation. If you are new to air diaphragm pumps, have a specialist application or simply prefer talking to someone in person, we have a UK-wide sales engineer team who can consult with you at your premises.

For more information, please contact:

Simon Aspinall
Verder UK
3 California Drive,
Castleford,
WF10 5QH
Tel:  +44 1924 221007
Fax:  +44 113 2465649
Email: Simon.Aspinall@verder.co.uk
Web:  www.verder.co.uk/
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