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Centrifugal pumps are widely used in the food industry for various applications, including:
Transfer of liquids: Centrifugal pumps are used to transfer liquids, such as syrups, sauces, and juices, from one vessel to another.
CIP (Cleaning-In-Place) systems: In the application of centrifugal pump in food industry, pumps are used in CIP systems to circulate cleaning solutions through process equipment to ensure hygiene and sanitation.
Beverage production: Centrifugal pumps are used in beverage production to transfer liquids, such as fruit juices, from storage tanks to the processing plant.
Sugar production: Centrifugal pumps are used in sugar production to transfer syrup from evaporators to storage tanks.
Processing of dairy products: Centrifugal pumps are used in dairy product processing to transfer milk, cream, and other dairy products from holding tanks to the processing plant.
Edible oil production: Centrifugal pumps are used to transfer edible oils from storage tanks to processing equipment.
In the application of centrifugal pump in food industry, it is important to use pumps that are food-grade, meaning they are made from materials that are safe for food contact and meet regulatory requirements. Centrifugal pumps that meet these requirements are commonly made of stainless steel, plastic, or other food-grade materials.
Step 1: select appropriate irrigation equipment;
Step 2: consider the requirements of water source and water distribution system;
Step 3: understand the pressure rate and flow requirements;
Step 4: find the distance between the water source and the irrigation field;
Step 5: find the appropriate pump size;
Step 6: calculate the efficiency of pump and motor;
Step 7: system integration.