Food product pump Ws+ series

food product pump
food product pump
food product pump
food product pump
food product pump
food product pump
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for food products
stainless steel
Other characteristics

Min.: 90 m³/h (3,178.32 ft³/h)

Max.: 110 m³/h (3,884.61334 ft³/h)


Min.: 6.5 bar (94.275 psi)

Max.: 9.5 bar (137.786 psi)


Reduce your noise level and benefit from the amazing development in self-priming. The self-priming Ws+ is designed to handle CIP return and other fluids with entrained air and foam. The unique design reduces the energy consumption and noise of traditional liquid ring pumps by using a high efficiency impeller that can be trimmed to match a specific duty. The Ws+ employs a built in eccentric air screw to form the liquid ring required for its self-priming capability. • 20-90% more efficient than other liquid rings due to improved fluid flow through pump. • Performance optimized by matching impeller size to duty. • Low noise level: Due to its hydraulic design the noise level of the Ws+ is significantly lower than traditional liquid ring pumps. • 3-A (optional) and EHEDG approved. • Interchangeable with W+ parts. Inventory is reduced by sharing common parts. • Less prone to damage. Small objects can pass through pump with minimal damage. The pump is approved by the EHEDG (European Hygienic Equipment & Design Group) as a hygienic pump and is also approved according to the American 3-A standard (optional). Consequently the pump can be used as a CIP as well as a first class hygienic product pump. The Ws+ series consist of 3 pump sizes. Ws+ 20/15 Ws+ 30/30 Ws+ 44/50 At 50 Hz the Ws+ operates at a maximum pressure of 94 psi (6.5 bar) and a flow capacity of 396 GPM (90 m3/hour,) while the values for a pump with a 60 Hz motor is 138 psi (9.5 bar) and 484 GPM (110 m3/hour).
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