The Diener Precision Pumps line of “flow-thru” gear pumps are ideal for food and beverage transfer and dispensing. This feature allows very quick clean-in-place flexibility and is certified to the National Sanitary Foundation (NSF/ANSI 169).
Some of the benefits include:
DPP gear pumps deliver maximum hygiene. Our design ensures that flushed liquid reaches every part of the pump so that bacteria does not have a chance to grow. Cleaning is done directly in the application without the need to remove the pump.
Before any pump leaves our factory, it is stringently and extensively tested in accordance with its specifications. Our customers receive detailed reports, saving them time and money.
DPP gear pumps are hermetically sealed instead of using conventional shaft seals. This means low maintenance for you and your customers, a long service life and the highest degree of productivity.
Special pump gear designs in milk-frothing applications (commercial coffee machines) generate high vortices at very high pressures, resulting in a whipping effect that creates a very light foam texture. The special bearing design is sized to maximize life by supporting the gears in two-phase air/milk frothing. The repeatable superior foam quality is the ultimate coffee experience.
The Optima Series precision gear pumps supply up to 2.5 liters per minute with its durable 24V motor, generating the perfect foam in commercial coffeemakers.
The Extreme Series gear pump is designed for high stress loads. It can easily pump difficult fluids from pigmented inks to strawberry smoothies.
The Optima Series gear pumps are your first choice in any application in which a constant delivery volume is required at high pressure...
Pumping fruit juices containing pulp or puree can be difficult for an off-the-shelf gear pump. Diener Precision Pumps was asked to solve the problem and did so with modifications to our Extreme Series gear pump.
By increasing the size of the internal passageways and routing flow through the magnetic coupling, we solved the problem of solids accumulating in “dead zones” and slow clean-in-place that goes with it. The new design easily pumped suspended strawberry solids (seeds in the puree) and could be cleaned quickly in place, earning NSF/AISI 169 certification.
Our engineers and technical experts are eager to design a pump to your requirements.