A running list of things we've acquired or found available for sale by Alard Equipment Corporation; used food processing and packaging equipment.

Alard Equipment Corporation, 6483 Lake Avenue, Williamson, New York 14589, 315-589-4511 (phone), 315-589-3871 (fax)

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LOBE PUMP, 1.5 inch, stainless steel, positive displacement, Y3903

FOOD GRADE POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT LOBE PUMP,
1.5 inch, food grade sanitary stainless steel...


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A refuribished Wright Flow Technologies Model 300-TRA10, dimensionally interchangeable with a Waukesha 30-U1. Considered a work horse within the food industry as a USDA 3A dairy sanitary positive displacement lobe pump. Manufacturer recommended for pumping viscous liquids in industrial food processing applications including , canning, dairy, bakery, beverage & pharmaceutical applications...



FEATURES:

  • 1.5 inch inlet and discharge ports with sanitary Tri-clamp connections in a horizontal flow orientation.

  • Jacketed pump head with 1/4" threaded cooling media inlet-outlet, e.g. for water cooled operation.

  • Manufacturer rated nominal capacity of up to 36 gallons per minute throughput (depending on product viscosity and head pressure), and up 200psi maximum working pressure.

  • y3903d_crop_email.jpgTop shaft design.

  • Food grade sanitary stainless steel pump.

  • Easily disassembled for cleaning and sanitation.

  • Reconditioned pump with new lobes, seals, rotors & etc.



As of this writing, this 1.5 inch sanitary PD pump is in stock at ALARD, in EXCELLENT operational, mechanical, and cosmetic condition, available for immediate shipment.


CALL 315-589-4511
to confirm availability and discuss your food handling needs.

ALARD item reference #: Y3903

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This page contains a single entry by Michael C. Shults, Alard Equipment Corp published on November 13, 2018 11:28 AM.

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