KSB at BrauBeviale 2014 in Nuremberg
Special eye-catcher at the KSB stand from 11 to 13 November 2014 will be the Salino Pressure Center, a system designed for economical water treatment based on membrane technology. The Frankenthal-based pump manufacturer will showcase this product at the Nuremberg trade fair at the request of engineering contractors operating at a global level since many non-European breweries must treat their process water themselves. The Salino Pressure Center consists of an axial piston pump and an axial piston motor, arranged on a common shaft. Driven by the return flow from the membrane, the axial piston motor transfers its power directly to the pump shaft. As pipes are not required between the individual components, the system takes up minimal space and is highly energy-efficient.
The focal point of KSB’s presentation in Nuremberg will be the four hygienic pump series Vitachrom, Vitacast, Vitalobe and Vitaprime. Thanks to their almost complete lack of dead volume, they are very easy to clean and thus meet every requirement in respect of absolutely sterile processes. The pumps’ excellent cleaning and steaming in place (CIP/SIP) capabilities are also promoted by electropolished wetted components and the use of high-grade stainless steels. Whether it be for handling mash and wort or products in the hygienic production area of breweries: thanks to the large number of design variants, these pumps can be employed for almost every task involving the transport of liquid or viscous food. All pumps belonging to the Vita series have been awarded the certificates common to the industry, and their elastomer components conform to FDA standards.
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