MasoSine Certa™ the cleanest pump you will ever need
The new MasoSine CertaTM pump from Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group has been designed to set a new benchmark in clean pumping for all food and beverage industry applications.
CertaTM is latest innovation from MasoSine, the creators of Sine® pump Technology. Its launch sets even higher pumping standards in food processing. Offering EHEDG (Type EL Class I) and 3A certification as standard, Certa is extremely easy to clean for minimal maintenance and downtime.
Furthermore, this advanced new innovation in food pump technology not only delivers high suction capability to handle viscous products, it offers significant advantages over alternative technologies. Unlike traditional pumps with rotors that cut through the fluid, Certa’s sinusoidal rotor gently carries fluid through the pump to dramatically reduce shear while cutting power consumption by up to 50 % with high viscosity fluids.
Engineers in food and beverage plants are frequently faced with pumping high viscosity products, ranging from frozen orange juice, deli salads and bakery produce, through to cheese curd and savoury pie fillings. For many years, Sine® pumps have played an important and highly successful part in conveying foods with viscosities of up to 8 million cP. CertaTM now completes the existing product range by offering users a fully CIP capable pump at flow rates up to 99,000 l/hr. Users can be assured that media is pumped safely and without degradation.
FDA and EC1935 compliant
Food and beverage plants the world over understand that equipment can play a key role in reducing the risk of contamination and maintaining high quality levels. With this in mind, all contact parts on the CertaTM sine pump are FDA and EC1935 compliant.
With the high demand for cleanliness also comes the requirement for simple and fast cleaning, typically through CIP procedures. CertaTM significantly minimises the cleaning time which results in a more efficient production procedure. As well as minimising downtime, this quick procedure also means that chemical and water use is reduced, while less wastewater requires disposal.