Recently, some customers have asked which transfer pump is better to choose for conveying peanut butter. According to Ace's relevant technical staff, this material is generally recommended to use lobe pumps, whose specific advantages are as follows.
(1) lobe pumps are more suitable for the transport of food sauces with good fluidity such as peanut butter due to the streamlined structure of the rotor and the fact that there are basically no dead spots and non-metallic parts in the rotor chamber, so that in industries with high requirements for hygiene levels such as food and beverage and pharmaceuticals, high viscosity lobe pumps are more suitable for the transport of food sauces with good fluidity such as peanut butter, especially now that the production lines are becoming more and more automated, while more and more online cleaning is being used, which shows the importance of choosing a rotary lobe pump This shows the importance of choosing a rotary lobe pump.
(2) Because there is no friction between the lobe pump parts, the lobe pump wear parts have a long service life, the wear and tear on the overflow parts mainly from the abrasive and corrosive components in the medium, like peanut butter, such as food hygiene sauce, accessories will almost not produce any breakage, so that the service life is also quite long, which greatly reduces the maintenance costs later.
(3) The lobe pump basically adopts infinitely adjustable speed, when the customer's material concentration is too high, the speed can be appropriately reduced to prevent the motor from overload and increase the service life of the motor. Similarly, when the concentration of the material is relatively low, the speed can be increased appropriately to save time.
To sum up, it is a good choice to choose lobe pump for conveying peanut butter. The lobe pump has the characteristics of being able to convey materials with high hygiene requirements, high viscosity materials, thin media materials, no wearing parts, durability, etc. It is used in food, pharmaceutical and chemical industries.