Apple Food Systems – TP1750 Transfer Pump

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TP1750 Transfer Pump

The new TP1750 transfer pump is built to the same high standards as our proven range of METERITE depositors. Constructed throughout in Stainless Steel. Fully pneumatic in operation and capable of pumping 2.1 tonnes per hour at 20 cycles per minute.

Key Features

Whisper quiet in operation, the TP1750 is built with minimum components for easy strip down and product changeovers.

The unique modular pump mechanism can be fitted with an interchangeable butterfly or lost movement piston depending on product viscosity, allowing delicate food products to flow totally unrestricted.

Technical Information

The TP1750 transfer pump is designed to transfer a wide variety of thin or viscous food product materials with temperatures ranging from 5º – 100º Celsius safely and easily.

The TP1750 can be easily adapted to fit customers existing product holding tanks allowing the operator the advantage of taking the TP1750 transfer pump directly to the product source, for example, mixing bowls, holding vessels or cooking kettles, enabling the easy supply of product to depositors on demand, which is usually by means of an auto float level, high/low level probes or indeed ultrasonic detection, thereby enabling a simple but effective method of auto fill.

Specification

Air consumption: 465 litres/min @ 5.5 bar (16 CFM @ 80psi ). Weight: 147kg(323lbs)

The Following Products can be Deposited:

Batters

Syrups

Yogurt

Creamed Potato

Jams

Mayonnaise

Custard

Sauces

Oils

Sponge Mixes

Jelly

Butter

Creams

Chocolate

Pastes

Grease

Fondant

Downloads

Spec Sheet

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