Edelmann & Associates, Inc represents Mouvex Pumps in Minnesota, western Wisconsin, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
Mouvex Eccentric Disc pump features positive displacement pumping along with a unique seal-less design with a double stainless steel bellows that ensures durability, safety, and product containment. The low-shear design in conjunction with full CIP capability make the pump a perfect solution for expensive chemicals and sanitary pump applications.
Mouvex®, part of PSG®, was founded in 1906 and is a leading manufacturer of positive displacement pumps and compressors for the transfer of liquids and dry bulk products worldwide.
Mouvex SLS Series Eccentric Disc Pumps have been designed for use in extremely hygienic operations of a variety of pumping applications in the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. They are best for food, gentle handling of shear sensitive products, and light solids. Their Clean-in-place (CIP) and Sanitize-in-place (SIP) features provide the utmost in convenience and cleanliness.
They feature a unique seal-less design with a double stainless-steel bellows that ensures durability, safety and product containment. The result is a pump that delivers very high suction and discharge pressures that allow it to self-prime and fully strip lines, a critical consideration when maximizing product recovery.
Your solution for air and shear sensitive products and requiring a high sanitary standard (up to 36 m3/h / 158 GPM).
Eccentric Disc pump technology is foundational at Mouvex. Andre Petit, Mouvex founder, invented the eccentric disc pump when he discovered challenges that gear and lobe pump users were experiencing in process optimizations.
Mouvex states “Petit specifically placed a disc inside the pump cylinder so the eccentric disc would be more user-friendly. This disc is driven by an eccentric bearing that is installed on the pump shaft, thus creating four distinct pumping chambers that increase and decrease in volume as the disc is rotated by the eccentric bearing. The four chambers produce both suction and discharge pressures as the chambers move in pairs that are 180 degrees apart. This ensures that the fluid passes through the pump at a constant and regular flow rate.
The pumps consist of a cylinder and pumping element mounted on an eccentric shaft. As the eccentric shaft is rotated, the pumping element forms chambers within the cylinder, which increase in size at the intake port, drawing fluid into the pumping chamber. The fluid is transported to the discharge port where the pumping chamber size is decreased. This action squeezes the fluid out into the discharge piping.”