Verderflex Rollit Twin Hose 30 TH Hygienic

Max Capacity: 4534 l/h

Max Pressure: 2 Bar

Temperature Range: Max. temperature 80 °C

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Verderflex Rollit Twin Hose 30 TH Hygienic

The Verderflex Rollit 30TH is the twin head 30mm hygienic version of the Rollit series of liquid-lubrication-free hose pumps, designed for applications in the biotechnology, chemical, cosmetics, food, pharma, and many other industries.

Verderflex Rollit & Rollit Hygienic Pumps Lubricant – Free Peristaltic Roller Hose Pumps from Thomson Process Equipment and Engineering in Ireland 

The Verderflex ROLLIT and ROLLIT Hygenic Peristaltic Roller Hose Pumps are a new series of peristaltic roller hose pump, completing the Verderflex range of hose and tube pumps. Verderflex ROLLIT pumps are lubricant-free peristaltic hose pumps that are easy to maintain and available in a standard (single) and twinhead version.

The Verderflex ROLLIT key features are: • Flow rates up to 24500 l/h • Pressures up to 4 bar • Power supply up to 4 kW • Max rotation speed 165 rpm • Max dry suction lift 8 mwc
 
Verderlflex Rollit Peristaltic hose pumps are Simple, clean, fast and flexible.
 
The Verderflex Rollit Series of pumps are a lubricant bath free peristaltic pump is great for nearly all applications – especially if you need a quick hose change. The innovative hose clamping shorten hose changes to minutes for fast job changeovers.

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