SOMA Sinusoidal Pumps

SOMA Sinusoidal Pumps

A positive displacement pump is able to discharge constant amounts of fluids with each revolution under almost all conditions, providing continuous flow. The Soma Pump is a positive displacement pump developed by Manfred Sommer in 1982, and incorporates a sinusoidal curve shaped rotor, mounted on one pump shaft with one seal system. Due to the design of this rotor, four chambers are created in which the product is transferred very gently – limiting shear while maintaining product integrity. It specializes in shear-sensitive and viscous applications with its powerful suction capabilities, spanning the food and beverage sanitary market across the globe.

A scraper gate surrounding the rotor provides the divide between the suction and the pressure side, the inlet and the outlet. The rotor does not run against the housing or the cover, as it sits in between liners that are replaced over time, meaning the housing has decades of staying power. In fact, SOMA Pumps GmbH offers a lifetime guarantee for the cover and the housing.

The stainless steel housing pump of SOMA is also very cost effective upfront, with lower costs initially than most pumps offering painted power frames. These stainless steel power frames come in a variety of sizes, orientations, and mating connections.

The SOMA pump parts are interchangeable with all sinusoidal positive displacement pumps, with a lower overall cost of ownership.

Pump Series Family: 
SOMA
Applicable Industries: 
Food and Beverage