The creation of USA-based craft brewer Surly Brewing was the vision of one man, Omar Ansari, who refused to accept the status quo, challenging everyone from local distributors and the Minnesota government - all in an attempt to help the residents of the Twin Cities find good beer.
Surly Brewing installed a new centrifuge in January 2012 but needed the correct pump to feed the centrifuge. Surly does not filter its beer, and invests heavily in raw materials such as malt, which gives the beer body but also requires very delicate handling. The company needed a pump that would provide a steady push of beer into the machine. Diaphragm pumps weren't an option, as the company needed something that did not introduce surges or pulsation of the product.
The Mouvex C-Series eccentric disc pump was the ideal solution, providing the gentle handling, low shear and minimum pulsation necessary to meet Surly Brewing's demands.
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