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An Overview of the Grundfos Submersible Pump for the Beverage Industry

If you’re looking for a submersible pump and you’re in the beverage industry, the odds are good that you have your eyes on something particular. There isn’t any room for error or miscalculations when you’re working with consumables. The beverage industry demands a pump that meets high quality, durability, and safety standards.

Thankfully, Grundfos submersible pumps meet all the requirements for the beverage industry. Grundfos engineers and manufactures its pumps to maximize production and reduce system downtime. Even better, Grundfos submersible pumps can handle viscous, delicate and temperature-sensitive ingredients.

Applications for Grundfos Submersible Pumps in the Beverage Industry

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The reliability and productivity of Grundfos submersible pumps make them a wise choice for brewing, bottle washing, sterilization, and filling applications within the beverage industry. Depending on your specific system, there may be additional uses for Grundfos submersible pumps. Contact our pump experts to learn more.

Brewing

The reliability of Grundfos pumps increase the reliable operation at any point in the brewing process, making these submersible pumps an excellent choice for brewing. Additionally, Grundfos manufactures many CIP compatible pumps – a requirement for many brewing applications.

Grundfos manufactures pumps for use in the brewing process with the highest standards to maximize production and reduce system downtime. For example, Grundfos accounts for the high temperatures required during the brewing process and poor inlet conditions. Likewise, Grundfos has designed the submersible pumps to account for the solids contained in brewing mixtures.

These pumps can also handle fluid transportation through the brewing process for long, dependable product life.

Bottle washing

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The bottle washing process demands high pressures, high temperatures and sometimes, aggressive chemicals. Grundfos submersible pumps can handle all three of these essential demands.

The bottle washing process is labor-intensive for pumps. Available in cast iron or steel, Grundfos submersible pumps designed for bottle washing can handle temperatures up to 120 degrees Celsius.

In addition, for bottle washing, Grundfos pumps can perform efficiently and durably no matter where you choose to position the pump in your system, either on the side of the bottle washing system or on the ground.

Sanitizing and cleaning

The beverage industry needs to ensure that their systems are free from contamination. For this reason, the industry depends on CIP (cleaning in place) and SIP (sterilization in place) systems.

For sanitizing and disinfecting, Grundfos manufactures CIP pumps in stainless steel, capable of handling temperatures up to 180 degrees Celsius. Additionally, with Grundfos submersible pumps, you can add dosing pumps to the systems that accurately measure sterilization detergents and improve the overall flow of the system. Grundfos also produces multistage pumps that can generate pressure strong enough to supply water to a boiler system.

Filling

In the beverage industry, it’s vital that the actual product makes its way into the bottles at the end of the filling station. During this process, it’s crucial that external particles and contaminants do not interfere with production or affect the quality of the final product. Grundfos manufactured pumps for the filling process with this sentiment in mind.

For more advanced filling applications, Grundfos offers iSOLUTIONS pumps. These pumps adjust their speed automatically to the speed of the filling equipment. This functionality means your filling operation works as cleanly and efficiently as possible.

Are You Interested in Purchasing a Grundfos Submersible Pump?

At C&B Equipment Midwest, we’re confident that a Grundfos Submersible pump will meet the qualifications and needs required in the beverage industry. For more information, contact our pump center at 833-541-0359 or fill out a contact form, and one of our certified pump experts will be happy to assist you.


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