Piston Pumps

Designed for heating and pasteurization of milk, cream and other food products in stream.

Piston Pumps

Piston pumps are hydraulic machines for suction and discharge of liquid medium of different density and viscosity depending on the modification. A piston pump is a type of reciprocating pump that moves and pressurizes fluid by using one or more reciprocating pistons. Like most positive displacement pumps, they operate by using the force of the pumping mechanism to expand and contract an internal movable volume of liquid. The piston draws liquid into the cylinder and pushes it out under pressure as the volume in the cylinder gets progressively larger and then smaller as the piston reciprocates.

Piston pumps can also be single or double acting. Double acting pumps entail two sets of check valves and fluid on both sides of the piston. This allows the piston to complete a full pumping cycle by moving in one direction from the other; as the piston is in-taking on one side, it is exhausting on the other. The design of modern piston pump units provides uniform pumping of the liquid while minimizing the impact on pumped medium.

Screw pumps Adamas are pumped main products: cream, fermented milk products, sour cream, kefir, cottage cheese diet, mayonnaise and viscous fluids not aggressive to the pump materials.

All components and parts which contact with product are made from materials approved for contact with food products.

Technical Specifications

Parameter 020.ADM-01 020.ADM-02 020.ADM-03 020.ADM-04 020.ADM-05
Productive capacity, l/h 190..350 400..720 600..1100 1300..2300 1500..2700
Generated pressure, MPa
Product temperature, C 1090
Electrical motor power, kW 0,37 0,75 1,1 1,1 2,2
Dimensions, mm:
length 720 740 770 740 775
width 286
height 380430
Unit weight, kg 38,5 40,0 40,5 41,5 42,0