How to Select the Right Pump: Which Pump Technology Is Right for Your Food Processing Plant?

Any plant manager can tell stories about pump maintenance and operational issues. Often, it’s not the pump’s fault; it’s the wrong pump for the application. At least six types of pumps are used in food processing, each with pros and cons. In addition, differences in pump design have a huge impact. Fortunately, this webinar will help you avoid problems and conserve resources by selecting the ideal pump from the start.

You will learn:

  • How to match the pump type to viscous, abrasive, or shear-sensitive products.
  • Which pump types can safely deadhead, run dry, or self-prime.
  • The impact of pump technology on downtime and maintenance costs.

How to Use AODD Pump Technology to Improve Processing

The technology behind the air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pump makes it possible to control the flow transfer of a wide variety of materials under strict sanitary conditions. These pumps can significantly lower cleaning expenses, downtime, waste, and product stability.

This webinar will cover:

  • How the AODD pump works; why and when to use it
  • Design features that enable the handling of viscosities from liquids to semi-solids
  • Case study examples of the broad scope of industrial applications and how they make processes run smoothly
  • How to expedite maintenance, simplify transfer applications and use unique clean-in-place solutions to reduce downtime

Getting the Most Out of Your Pump in Both COP and CIP Applications

Critical food safety depends on a sanitary process, yet pumps can be difficult to clean. Often the only choice is to Clean-out-of-Place, a chore that is hard on pump and worker alike. Even when Clean-in-Place can be used, the pump design has an outsized impact. This webinar reviews the design and maintenance strategies that can help.

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