Versatile Liquid Pump from PMH Vinicole, OENOPOMPE
Whether you are barrel filling, racking, transferring, filtering, bottling, or flashing, the OENOPOMPE with its built-in high precision flow-meter and sensors will give you precision filling, wireless control, less spillage and frustration-free pumping activities.
PMH Vinicole, based in France, has been an innovation leader in liquid pumps on the world market, incorporating precision flow meters, wireless remotes, pressure sensors and intuitive touchscreen controls. The OENOPOMPE uses special helical lobe rotor technology that allows continuous, smooth, even surge-free flow. The OENOPOMPE’s pumping mechanism reduces dissolved oxygen by up to 5x during transfers (source).
Combined with the Pellenc SMART GLASS, the OENOPOMPE not only manages precise volumes, but can also stop the pump if a change occurs in the liquid being pumped. For example, when transferring wine from one tank to another, towards the bottom of the tank there may be solid material or yeast cake. The SMART GLASS will detect the change, immediately communicate to the OENOPOMPE and turn off the pump to prevent spoilage.
Integrated Flow Meter
Electromagnetic flow meter designed with an accuracy of 99.7% is perfect for barreling operations, wine assembles, transfers and more
Specially designed for the wine-industry they have strong resistance to high temperatures for sterilization while maintaining consistent, even flow.
Pump without Pulses
Uninterupted flow of liquid with no mixing or emulsion thanks to the OENOPOMPE’s helical lobes. Reduces up to 5x the oxygen pickup during transfers.
With plenty of wireless range, control the pump wherever you may be working. The bi-directional communication displays the pump direction and flow rate on the remote screen.
The built-in touchscreen controler has programs designed for automatic barrel filling and racking, or adjustable regulation by pressure or by temperature. The built in run-dry sensor comes with an adjustable timer.
The self-contained control box houses the computer that can be integrated into your existing automation framework, or simply by using the touchscreen.