QUATTROFLOW – Multi use QF20k

Quaternary pharmaceutical pumps with flowrate 1.000 to 16.000 lph


  • Powerful and precise servo motor
  • High accuracy in controlling flow rates
  • Compact design with integrated motor controller
  • Remote pump operation over analog input
  • Available with multiple-use and single-use pump chambers





316L (1.4404), 316L (1.4435)




Stainless steel multiple use pharmaceutical pump for very high flow rates.


Quattroflow QF20K pharmaceutical pump is designed to offer a constant flow with low pulsation at all flow rates. It can pump a minimum of 1.000 liters per hour and pumps 16.000 liters every hour at maximum capacity. The four-piston pumping principle enables risk-free dry-running, low pulsation, self-priming, and minimal particle generation. Besides the stainless steel multiple-use version there is also a single use version available.

Quattroflow diaphragm pumps

Quattroflow stainless-steel Multiple-Use pumps deliver the highest level of purity, containment, and cleanability in biopharmaceutical-manufacturing operations, from simple product transfer to critical and demanding filtration and chromatography applications. Due to the pump mechanism, the pump can safely transport all liquids with a constant flow rate.

The quaternary piston design ensures that the product is completely contained without abrasion or particle formation. These sanitary pumps are suitable for CIP/SIP operations and also offer autoclaving capabilities. If you would like to know more about these pumps, click here to find out why Quattroflow pumps are the best choice for the (bio)pharmaceutical industry!

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Technical information

Max temp.
  • Fluid: 80°C
  • CIP: 90°C
  • SIP: 130°C
  • Autoclave: 130°C
Max pressure
  • Fluid temp. < 40°C: 6 bar
  • Fluid temp. > 40°C: 4 bar
ConnectionTri-Clamp (2″)
  • Pump chamber: 316L
  • Valve plate: 316L
  • Diaphragms: TPE
  • Valves: EPDM
  • O-rings: EPDM
Eccentric shaft°
Certificates (standard)3.1 material, FDA, USP Class VI