Centrifugal Pump

Some practical thought you shall make when you need a pump installation

  • Suction and delivery lines
  • Flow rate
  • Viscosity to be pumped
  • Density
  • Temperature
  • Pressure in system
  • Material in pump

Typical Milk Pumps are Centrifugal Pumps — Liquid Ring Pumps or Positive Displacement Pumps

It is difficult to build a Dairy without pumps, but it can be done.

If the milk can flow by gravity or you can pour up by hand, the pasteurising can take place in a Batch, just like cheese making in the Alps — No problem.

This is mentioned to encourage you to alternative thinking when you plan your Dairy or your next product, as Mejeriet are natural-born sparring partners for you in the project.

Illustration from Alfa Laval Dairy Handbook

Do you need Centrifugal pumps -- Mejeriet can provide you with the components to set up an efficient flow line

Based on the ID numbers below. Mejeriet shall be pleased to quote you the equipment you need.

Centrifugal pumps

13.01 — Centrifugal pump — 1,1 kW — 13.01.1 Frequency converter — 13.01.2 Circuit Brake

13.02 — Centrifugal pump — 2,2 kW — 13.02.1 Frequency converter — 13.02.2 Circuit Brake

13.03 — Centrifugal pump — 4 kW — 13.03.1 Frequency converter — 13.01.2 Circuit Brake

13.04 — Centrifugal pump — 5,5 kW – 13.04.1 Frequency converter — 13.04.2 Circuit Brake

13.05 — Centrifugal pump — 7,5 kW — 13.05.1 Frequency converter — 13.05.2 Circuit Brake

13.06 — Centrifugal pump — 10 kW — 13.06.1 Frequency converter — 13.06.2 Circuit Brake

13.07–  Centrifugal pump — 15 kW — 13.07.1 Frequency converter — 13.07.2 Circuit Brake

13.08 — Centrifugal pump — 22 kW — 13.08.1 Frequency converter — 13.08.2 Circuit Brake

13.09  —  Centrifugal pump — 30 kW — 13.09.1 Frequency converter — 13.09.2 Circuit Brake

Illustration from Alfa Laval Dairy Handbook