High Pressure Washdown

Washdown (also wash down) is the process of high-pressure cleaning with water and/or chemicals in industries such as food and beverage,pharmaceuticals, and manufacturing. A washdown is usually a manual operation and is designed to not only clean, but in some applications kill bacteria and other micro-organisms. Automatic cleaning of industrial equipment is often carried out by clean-in-place (CIP) and/or steam-in-place (SIP) operations.

High Pressure Pumps for Washdown

  • DVMX Multi-Stage Pump

    DVMX Multi-Stage Pump

    ISO 13709, API 610 11th Edition BB3, multi-stage pump. Flows to 6,604gpm (1,500m³/hr)(50Hz), Heads t ...

    DVMX BB3 Multi Stage Process Pump
  • KSMK


    The KSMK is an API 610 / ISO 13709 11th Edition BB2 radially split one or two-stage centrifugal pump ...

    KSMK BB2 Radially Split Pump
  • P-1500


    An industrial grade high-pressure pump with Flows to 33 gpm (7.5 m³/hr) and Heads to 1,300 ft (396 m ...

    P 1500 Industrial Grade Pump
  • P-2500


    An industrial grade, high-pressure pump for general service. Flows to 180gpm (41m³/hr) and Heads to ...

    P 2500 Industrial Grade Pump
  • P-3000


    The P-3000 is an industrial grade pump for general service with Flows to 500gpm (114m³/hr) and Heads ...

    P 3000 Industrial Grade Pump