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Stenner’s Econ T pump is a cost savings method in the food and beverage industry for drain field or drain line maintenance for commercial kitchens and food processing facilities.


Restaurants, fast food outlets, and commercial kitchens discharge grease, fats, and oils down drains causing problems such as clogged drains and plugged drain fields. It is expensive to have the waste product removed. Stenner’s Econ T peristaltic pump is a cost efficient method to treat the grease buildup by injecting grease eating bacteria or enzymes into the drainage system according to a time schedule. Injection needs to occur where there is low or no discharge. The pump's event schedule allows for proper injection rates to be set, so the solutions can do its job.

The Econ OEM pump can be easily integrated into a dispensing enclosure for the dispensing of syrups, concentrated juices, and related solutions with outputs up to 4.4 ounces per minute. The Econ OEM batch pump is capable of dispensing food or beverage solutions, and additives in precise amounts based on a pre-set run time from 0.01 seconds to 24 hours per activation. Outputs are available up to  267 ounces per hour at 80 psi.

For precise dispensing of lubricants for conveyors, sanitizers or additives, the Econ LD can be set for low volumes for applications requiring less than 8.1 ounces per hour with pressures to 80 psi. The pump utilizes a potentiometer for a turndown ratio of 50:1. For simple on/off metering applications, select a model from the Econ VX, FX, V or F pump series.

If utilizing a process control or SCADA system for applications such as injecting disinfectants, pH control agents, flocculants, etc. at a variable rate with a 4-20mA signal,  the S Series is the go-to pump. Select from several modes of operation such as Cycle Timer for injecting food grade lubricants to specific points on machinery on a repeating basis.  Program features such as tube leak detection, tube change timer or transfer operation to a backup pump.

Installation sites in the Food and Beverage industry include restaurants, convenience stores, commercial kitchens, food and beverage processing facilities.

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