The GEA Hilge HYGIA is designed to handle fluids as well as homogeneous media containing air or gas and withstands a system pressure of 64 bar.
The GEA Hilge HYGIA is designed to handle fluids as well as homogeneous media containing air or gas and withstands a system pressure of 64 bar.

GEA will present its first high-pressure pump for membrane filtrations such as reverse osmosis and nanofiltration in dairies at Anuga FoodTec 2018.

The GEA Hlge HYGIA H is  designed for system pressures up to 64 bar and with a modular motor connection, the high-pressure pump meets international standards and specifications.

 Withstands 64 bars

The high-pressure pump is based on the 'HYGIA' range of hygienic pumps, which is suitable for a large number of viscous fluids and applications. It is designed to pump fluids as well as homogeneous media containing air or gas and withstands a system pressure of 64 bar.

With a 64 bar system pressure, the pumps can now cover the high pressure ranges required for membrane filtration in whey processing, meaning even more valuable substances can be extracted. Producers are increasingly attaching importance to this because modern membrane processes significantly increase the value added in fractionation and concentration of whey and milk protein.