With its efficiency and low operating costs, the MPFR-I pump is a simple and powerful solution for handling dead fish at fish farms.
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The Landia MPFR-I pump is a long-shafted chopper pump made of acidproof steel. The suction is at the top of the impeller housing, and one or more so-called shredders are mounted on the shaft. Their function is to “coarsely chop” the contents of the tank and to force the media into the pump. Here, a knife system carries out further chopping.
The MPFR-I pump is ideal for the production of fish silage. The pump has a high flow, which ensures that the media repeatedly passes through the chopping knives. This means that the chopping is optimal with high-quality silage as a result.
MPFR-I is a reliable pump that, with no seals or oil chambers, requires minimal maintenance.
MPFR-I can be configured in a myriad of ways to suit the specific task. The pump has proven its worth in silage since 1990 and has been optimized over the years.
Scottish waste authority recently installed a pasteurization system to enable it to accept salmon waste - and meet the UK’s Animal By-Product regulations.
Landia supplies quality equipment for the production of fish silage from smolt plants and emergency boats. Our key component in these systems is the Landia chopper pump.
Landia produces and delivers customized pumping solutions for handling dead fish and by-products from the fish industry.
More than 30 years in the fish industry mean that, in all modesty, we are well equipped to take care of your task.
When you contact Landia, you will speak with staff who have technical understanding and experience. A large part of the technical strength are engineers, which guarantees broad technical expertise and a quick understanding of your task.
If you have questions about our solutions and products, or if you have a challenge, you would like help with, then please contact our experts – they are ready to help you.