● Pump Type – Centrifugal, Magnetic Drive, Non Self Priming Pump
● Pump Material – PP (Polypropylene)
● Shaft – Ceramic
● O’Ring, Bush & Bearing – Viton, GFT (Glass filled Teflon), Carbon
● Media – Diluted Acidic Solution
● Max Liquid Density – 1.2
● Max Head – Upto 3.5 Meter
● Max Flow – 15 Leter per Minute
● Inlet & Outlet – 14 mm x 14 mm (Nozzle end Connection)
● Motor Specification – 0.12 HP, NFPL, 2800 RPM, 50 Hz, 1 Phase.
● Magnet – High Power Permanent Rare earth Magnets
● Fluid Temperature – 70° C (Max)
● Seal Type – Sealless
● Impeller – Semi Open Type
Polypropylene Magnetic drive Pumps have become a standard for applications requiring corrosion resistant pumps. Our PP magnetic drive pumps offer a wide range of capabilities from compact configurations to large chemical and Acid process pump series. Polypropylene Mag Drive Sealless pump capabilities is unmatched in the industry making it a leader in Industrial Magnetic Drive Pumps Technology.
This Indian made PP Centrifugal Sealless Pump is ideal for chemical recirculation and chemical transfer. The NP Series of Numatic Pumps has pumped Acetic Acid, Citric Acid, Ethylene Glycol, Formaldehyde, Hydrochloric Acid (Muriatic), Nitric Acid, Phosphoric Acid, Potassium Chloride, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda), Sodium Chloride, Sulfuric Acid, Fresh Water, Salt Water, DI Water, and many more chemicals.
Magnetic Drive Pump refers to the coupling between the wet end of the pump and the motor. In “direct drive” impeller of the pump is attached to shaft motor and this design depends on shaft Mechanical seal. In a magnetic drive sealless pump, the wet end and motor are two separate contained parts connected to the motor bracket. At the end of the motor shaft, a drive magnet is attached which rotates around the rear housing causing the impeller to spin fixed upon another magnet. It is the attraction of the drive magnet and impeller magnet which allows the full torque of the motor to run the pump. Without a shaft seal, the danger of leakage commonly associated with a shaft seal is eliminated. Furthermore, the maintenance cost is reduced because no time or money is spent on maintaining the shaft seal.
Sealless pumps with magnetic drives are the most popular in chemical facilities. There is no need for a mechanical seal in magnetic drive pumps. On the liquid end of the pump, there is a containment shell that provides a totally sealed enclosure, preventing the fluid from leaking. As a result, magnetic drive pumps have no seals and no leaks. These are usually close-coupled pumps that may be stripped and rebuilt in the field quickly and inexpensively; they don’t always require standard alignment. Magnetic Drive Pumps are commonly used to transport caustic or problematic liquids. This new design, which is significantly superior to the old-fashioned overhung inner magnet design, minimises radial loading and allows the pump to better handle off-peak operating. Seal-less magnetic drive pumps, on the other hand, require far less maintenance because they don’t have any seals and hence don’t need to be replaced.
The driving shaft of a magnetic drive pump is encircled by magnets. When the drive shaft rotates, the magnetic force is transferred to magnets located in the impeller assembly’s rear. Given a totally sealed enclosure housing the fluid, there is no hole through which fluid can leak in magnetic drive pumps. Magnetic drive pumps are very trustworthy for pumping hazardous, corrosive, aggressive, crystalline, costly, and high purity fluids due to their fundamental design of zero leakage of pumped fluids. Internal components of magnetic drive pumps are comprised of non-metallic materials, which provide increased corrosion resistance.