What's The Difference Between The Two?
In terms of operating, both ice cream machine pumps have the same output capacity and high quality in finished product. The areas where they differ are the materials used for the pump, pump design, & pressure (in p.s.i.'s).
CMT Mix Transfer System
The CMT is the older peristaltic pump style designed by Electro Freeze. This ice cream machine pump is characterized by more plastic parts, especially the MTS covering/housing.
Because it is mainly made of plastic materials, it makes it easier for it to experience wear and tear and need more replacement parts and maintenance.
What Parts Does A CMT Have?
1) Mix Transfer System (MTS)
Used to transfer the mix from the storage cabinet below the machine to the freezing cylinder while infusing air into the mix.
2) MTS Handle
The handles moves the MTS slide up & down to engage the transfer hose with MTS rollers. This allows access to transfer hose.
3) MTS Swing Clamp
The Clamp secures the MTS slide into position, where it should come into contact with the rollers. The whole system will operate only when the swing clamp is secured into place.
4) MTS Slide
Places the transfer hose into the proper position under the rollers.
5) Pickup Tube
Moves the product mix from the mix container (barrel shaped hopper) to the MTS. The duckbill check valve prevents product from returning to the mix container instead of going to the freezing cylinder.
How Do You Do Maintenance On A CMT Pump?
Disassembly & Cleaning
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