Fristam Pumps are a leading manufacturer of high performance sanitary design pumps made of 316L stainless steel or higher grade materials. Fristam Pumps range include centrifugal, positive displacement, liquid ring and shear pumps and powder mixers.
Fristam Pumps is respected worldwide for providing innovative solutions to precisely match customer needs. As a company with 75 years of experience, Fristam’s high-quality sanitary products have served as the industry benchmark.
Over the generations, Fristam has established itself as a major manufacturer of high quality stainless steel pumps, blenders and mixers. Today, Fristam products can be found in many of the world’s top beverage, brewing, bio-pharmaceutical and food processing companies. With an international network of manufacturing sites, sales
- Lobe -FL
- Circumferential Piston – FKL
- Double Screw – FDS
- Centrifugal – FPE
- Self Priming – FPC – FZ
- Multistage – FM
- Shear – FSP
- Powder Mixing – PM – PMV
Universal, gentle on the product, robust, low maintenance, durable, and economic – centrifugal pumps are the ideal solution for your application.
All Fristam FP pumps are equipped with open impellers, which is an ideal design for sanitary applications. Specially selected stainless steel alloying that lives up to all requirements and solid components with a minimum wall thickness of 6 mm provide for problem-free operation for product viscosities of up to 800 cps.
Excellent suction performance and effective product protection at high volumetric flow rates.
The Fristam FKL circumferential piston pumps come with really persuasive, unrivalled performance features: they perfectly combine the active principles of the Fristam circumferential piston pump FK and Fristam rotary lobe FL in one single pump.
The Fristam FDS combines all the advantages of double-screw technology with our company’s traditionally high quality standards. This positive displacement pump is ideal for the most viscous products whilst also being capable of reaching higher speeds of up to 3,600 min–1. Consequently, it can transport significant amounts of any low-viscosity medium, for example water or detergent solution. This renders the use of an additional pump for cleaning processes obsolete. The Fristam FDS can handle extreme viscosities and easily copes with high differential pressures without overheating.
This universal unit was specially designed to dissolve/emulsify and homogenise wet and dry ingredients into fluids.
Supported by a base frame, a self-priming centrifugal pump is connected to the shear pump via a pipe joint. Via a funnel, the powder is added to product stream and then homogenised with the help of a shear pump.
For reliable pumping in the high pressure range.
Fristam FM pumps have been specially developed for generating high pressures and for operation with extreme pressure loads. The pressure is increased by several successive pumping stages.
Combining an upstream rotor screw with eccentrically mounted rotor housing, the FPC pumps have been specifically designed for pumping liquids with a high gas content.
Ultra Hygienic open impeller design
Works where other pumps struggle with difficult applications.
Long service life of 30+ years and exceptional seal life.
Homogenising, Dispersing, Emulsifying and Dissolving. Produce multiphase products of consistent high quality, again and again.
The principle is really quite simple.
The new, efficient mixing method is based on the proven centrifugal pumps of the Fristam FP range. Instead of the impeller, a rotor/stator system operating at tip speeds of up to 38 m/s, draws inhomogeneous media through shearing clearances of just 0.3 mm.
When you need an especially gentle product handling with absolutely minimal shear and pressures up to 12 bar. Hygienic, robust, easy to maintain, durable, economical. Whilst being extremely compact the Fristam FL series pumps make CIP and SIP easier than ever before.
All FL series’ pumps have a state-of-the-art system of low slip lobes rotating free of contact in opposite directions, thus ensuring high efficiency even in low viscosities or at high temperatures.