Tapflo is introducing the CTX, a completely new, premium series of high-performance Centrifugal Pumps which are characterized by their robust design and superior operational reliability and application flexibility.
Tapflo’s CTX high-performance centrifugal pump design ensures that the series can be adapted to a multitude of applications and process conditions providing greater flexibility with quick and easy upgrade options providing interchangeability of the parts between pump types and sizes, improving maintainability.
A central feature of the Tapflo CTX design is the multi-facet open impeller which can be optimized to suit each medium and application whilst maintaining the ability to transfer viscous products and particularly those with an increased solids content. Another key feature is the option of a double mechanical seal that has no contact with the pumped liquid and is lubricated by a barrier liquid. Thanks to the barrier, there is no risk of dry run or leakage from the pumped medium into the atmosphere.
“We started work on the CTX pump design because end users were lacking a premium range centrifugal pump that features high efficiency and robust construction with an excellent quality-price ratio. To meet that demand, we have developed the CTX high-performance pump. The pump features low noise and vibration, easy maintenance, and robust construction. The last two factors combined with market leading performance were our main design principles when developing the pump. The CTX is “engineered beyond” to be even more robust than expected for its normal operation. From our point of view, endurance and performance in premium range products are critical. We want to earn on reliability, not spares”, explains Mikołaj Laguna-Horodniczy, Global Marketing Manager at Tapflo Group.
Tapflo’s CTX pumps are available in Hygienic (CTX H) and Industrial executions (CTX I). The pumps are optimized for highly efficient performance over a wide range of operating conditions for several industries. The Tapflo CTX is an excellent solution for the typical Dairy applications like transfer of milk and yogurt. The CTX is also a leading option for demanding Chemical and Pharmaceutical applications like the transport of chemicals and ready-made products from storage tanks, containers, and baths., Another application where the CTX fits well is the transfer of various ingredients and products like edible oil, flavor, and juice, as well as many auxiliary operations like the transfer of cleaning liquids, and water.
“The Tapflo CTX H is a highly hygienic and sanitized centrifugal pump because the shaft sealing is not in direct contact with any fluid. It´s easy to clean, and the transferred fluid does not get contaminated. The CTX has better performance and efficiency than other similar pumps on the market, and at a low and extremely competitive price. Like all other Tapflo pumps, we can deliver the CTX straight from our own factory and our stores worldwide, short delivery times is a part of our mission”. says Håkan Ekstrand, CCO (Chief Commercial Officer) at Tapflo Group.
The company was founded in Kungälv, Sweden in 1980 and has since then been working with design and manufacture of thermoplastic, metal and sanitary series diaphragm pumps and also with complete range of centrifugal pumps and industrial equipment. After years of dynamic development the company evolved into Tapflo Group with worldwide operations.
Tapflo products and services are available in 75 countries on 6 continents. Tapflo is represented worldwide by own Tapflo Group Companies and carefully selected distributors assuring highest Tapflo service quality for our customers’ convenience.
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Tapflo Group is an independent, family owned, Swedish manufacturer and global supplier of Air operated diaphragm pumps, centrifugal pumps and other industrial process equipment. Tapflo is a leading pump manufacturer with the ambition to provide a wide range of premium products for various industrial applications. With experience from industrial fluid …
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