Driven by a desire to provide innovative pumps to the beverage dispense/ drinks market, Charles Austen has developed its pumping technologies with the engineers in mind. This is to ensure consistent benefits with performance, design and reliability mixed with the unique capabilities found in the Rotary Diaphragm technology. The range has uses this patented technology to dispense thick viscous liquids with ease. Related products we have to this offering include BIB Pumps (Bag in Box Pumps), CO2 replacement pumps and we are also able to pump for various beverages including Coca Cola and Pepsi, among others.
ROTARY DIAPHRAGM PUMPS
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The patented rotary diaphragm technology has a revolutionary pumping principle. The flow is initiated by an eccentrically mounted bearing on a drive shaft which revolves within a flexible diaphragm. As the shaft rotates, the bearing flexes the diaphragm, squeezing liquid through the pump.
WHY CHOOSE ROTARY DIAPHRAGM TECHNOLOGY?
• Patented Charles Austen Pumps technology.
• Compact design.
• High vacuum capability.
• No valves, non-clogging.
• AC or DC motor option available.
0.24 - 5.0 L/Min
Down to 300 MBAR ABS
Up to 2 BAR
The major advantage of the diaphragm pump is that the pumping chamber is totally sealed and, therefore, does not require a sliding seal between moving parts. Vacuum and pressure are produced by the flexing of the diaphragm back and forth in the chamber.
WHY CHOOSE DIAPHRAGM TECHNOLOGY?
• Contamination free pumping.
• Long life, continuous duty.
• Low maintenance.
• Chemical resistant options.
• Pressure / vacuum from the same unit.
Down to 350 MBAR ABS
Up to 2 BAR
ROCKING PISTON PUMPS
The simple yet efficient pumping principle uses a magnetically operated diaphragm. This action flexes a diaphragm at one, or both ends of the connecting rod within a totally sealed pumping chamber. This eliminates sliding parts keeping wear, tear and power consumption to a minimum.
WHY CHOOSE LINEAR DIAPHRAGM TECHNOLOGY?
• Exceptionally long life.
• Continuous duty.
• Whisper quiet, minimal vibration.
• Low power consumption.
• Maintenance free.