We inform you that the Kiber NTE pumps are replaced by the Kiber KTE pumps.
The KIBER KTE are progressive cavity pumps with a hopper and a feeding screw, so they are used for viscous products, masses, pastes and liquids with solids in suspension.
Their main application is for transferring whole or destemmed grapes and the compact design allows to install them right under the destemming machine.
The feeding screws have a specific design, adapted to every pump size, in order to deliver a gentle passage of solids, according to flow.
The hoppers have a safety grid, a drainage and a minimum level resistive sensor to stop the pump in the event there is not product inside, and therefore, to avoid the running on dry, that could damage the rubber of the stator and the mechanical seal.
The pumps are supplied on a stainless steel trolley with wheels with brake. Also, an ergonomic handle prepared to mount an electrical panel is included. Tailor-made electrical panels can be mounted, to cater for your individual needs.
The drive consists of a worm gearbox with flange, coupled to a standard three-phase electric motor according to IEC.
There are 4 pump sizes available, delivering a flow up to 55 m3/h.
On our YouTube channel, you can find a 3D animation of the progressive cavity pump KTE https://youtu.be/RD9cPVJxPJw
Should you have any queries or need more information, our technical department can provide advice and help you choose the most suitable model based on your needs and requirements https://www.inoxpa.com/company/contact
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