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LEWA|16 June 2014

ecodos® Sanitary / Hygienic Diaphragm Metering Pump

LEWA ecodos sanitary / hygienic is an absolutely safe, economical and multi-option metering pump with mechanically actuated diaphragm. Discharge pressures of up to 20bar and flow rates from 0.4l/h to 1,500l/h per pump head are possible. The surfaces are adapted especially to hygienic production requirements.

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LEWA ecodos sanitary / hygienic is an absolutely safe, economical and multi-option metering pump with mechanically actuated diaphragm. Discharge pressures of up to 20bar and flow rates from 0.4l/h to 1,500l/h per pump head are possible. The surfaces are adapted especially to hygienic production requirements.

Product benefits:

  • With 13 sizes and liquid ends in 1.4571 (SS316), 1.4435 (SS316L) and PP, as well matching accessories, the ecodos can be perfectly adapted to the actual application
  • Permanently monitored long-living four-layer sandwich diaphragm, made of pure PTFE
  • Hermetically tight
  • High-metering accuracy of +/- 1 %
  • Dry-run safe
  • Nearly maintenance-free
  • Sanitary/hygienic capable design with a very small amount of dead space
  • Easy-to-clean the surfaces of the entire pump
  • Wetted parts in accordance with FDA, animal fat free and USP Class VI tested and documented
  • Complete traceability ensured
  • Material is certificated according to EN 10204 3.1b
  • Machine polished (1.4571: RA < 0.8µm) or electro-polished (1.4435: RA < 0.5µm) surfaces
  • CIP/SIP capable
  • Connections in line with DIN, Tri Clamp etc

The LEWA ecodos is successfully in use in food, pharma and biotech industry.

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