FP 427 food & pharma pump

Can be completely disassembled

Branch: FoodBranch: CosmeticsBranch: Pharmacy

The FP 427 pump is designed for hygienic applications and is suitable for transferring liquids from drums, IBCs and other containers. It can be easily disassembled for sterilization and can be completely stripped down to its individual parts in a few minutes. The pump has minimal dead spots to eliminate risk of bacterial growth. The drive shaft and inner and outer tubes are made of stainless steel (316 Ti 1.4581) with extremely high quality surface finish, including filed and polished welds. The pump is available with FDA / EN1935 certification for food use, plus there are 3A certified versions that comply with international pharmaceutical safety standards.


  • Application areas: Food  
  • Application areas: FDA  
  • Application areas: 3A  

Technical data:

  • Flow rate: max. 240 l/min1
  • Delivery head: max. 13 mwc1
  • Viscosity: min. 1 mPas - max. 1000 mPas1
  • Outer tube diameter: max. 43 mm
  • Immersion length: 700, 1000, 1200
  • Materials outer tube: Stainless steel
  • Media / Fluids: Petroleum products, Media with solid particles, Thin media
  • Seal: sealless in the liquid area
  • Container: 200 l drums, 1000 l IBC
  • 1 dependent on pump model, motor and medium

Product attributes

  • Seal-less in the liquid area
  • Minimal dead spots
  • Can be taken apart completely in a few minutes
  • Disassemble with a few simple tools
  • Radial shaft seals prevent the intrusion of vapours and liquid in the coupling area
  • Sanitary design - shaft and inner tube with closed bearing
  • Use with any Flux F400 motor


  • Hygienic barrel or IBC pump
  • Can be quickly and easily taken apart for cleaning
  • All parts in contact with the liquid can be sterilized
  • Handles fluids containing solids such as juices with pulp, or soups with spices
  • Available with different connection at the pressure side (e.g. Clamp 1 1/2" or RD 58x1/6)
  • Available with 3A Certificate
  • Appropriate for food contact acc. to EC 1935/2004 and FDA CFR 21