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Drum pump for hygienic applications F 427 / FP 427
The Drum pump F/FP 427 is ideal for hygienic applications and suitable for conveying media out of drums, IBCs and other containers. It can be easily and quickly disassembled for cleaning / sterilization and can be completely stripped down to individual parts. The pump has minimal dead spots. The drive shaft, the inner and the outer tube are made of stainless steel (316 Ti resp. 1.4581). The pump is also available as FOOD and 3A certified version and complies with international safety standards.
F 430 / FP 430 for frequent medium changes
The universal Drum pump with mechanical seal F/FP 430 can be used for various media and is suitable for conveying out of drums, IBCs or tanks. Due to the construction with mechanical seal, the pump can be easily and quickly taken apart into its two main components. This allows good cleanability. Distinct feature, only at FLUX: The inner tube is reinforced with a metal core on plastic models (PP and PVDF). This always allows full function of the mechanical seal. This way, leakage and unnecessary wear are prevented for the complete operating temperature range. Furthermore, it provides highest stability and makes immersion lengths of up to 3 000 mm possible. The versions in stainless steel and hastelloy C are ex-protected. The stainless steel version is also available as FOOD certified version.
Motor F 458 – The robust drum pump motor
The F 458 is a compact commutator motor, has an extremely tough housing with double skin in aluminium and is thus very quiet. The motor is completely closed, has a special corrosion-resistant painting and is therefore suitable for use in extreme conditions, even in areas with corrosive vapours.
The motor F 458 EL has additionally an easy to handle electronic speed adjustment to regulate the delivery rate.
The motor F 458-1 is identical with type F 458, but has with 700 watts a much higher performance. This motor is used when a higher capacity is required or when slightly viscous fluids or media with an increased density have to be pumped.