Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Solutions highlights MasoSine Certa Sine pumps at Cheese Expo 2024

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Solutions (WMFTS) provides professionals with a wide range of pumps ideal for cheese applications. Visit booth 402 at the 2024 Cheese Expo in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 16-18 April to learn how Watson-Marlow’s MasoSine Certa Sine pump can help navigate challenges in cheese processing.

Used in many stages of food and beverage processing; from unloading raw material to a storage tank, through transfer to a mixer/agitator/reactor/cooking vessel, to final transfer to the filling line, Certa pumps maintain yield and increase output.

This advanced innovation in food pump technology delivers high suction capability to handle viscous products, offering significant advantages over alternative technologies. Unlike traditional pumps with rotors that cut through the fluid, Certa’s sinusoidal rotor gently carries fluid through the pump to dramatically reduce shear, while cutting power consumption by up to 50 percent with high viscosity fluids. With 3A certification, users can be assured that cheese curds are pumped without degradation.

For cheese applications, the Certa Sine pump reduces process costs when handling delicate or highly viscous products. The pump’s reduction of the number of fines and retention of fat and moisture within the cheese curds ensures product integrity therefore reducing wastage. It also allows for an improvement in yield, enabling an increased quantity of manufactured product from the same amount of milk that can result in savings of more than 20%. In comparison to a lobe pump, for example, yield can be increased by reducing fines content by approximately 27%. For high-volume cheese plants, 900g per tonne soon amounts to a significant saving, where return-on-investment is achievable within six months.

Visit the dairy section on the WMFTS website for more information on pumps for cheese production.

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