● 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 – 1.3
● Max Head – Upto 22 Meter
● Max Flow – 380 Leter per Minute
● Inlet & Outlet – 40 mm x 40 mm (Flange end Connection)
● Motor Specification – 2 HP, NFLP, 2800 RPM, 50 Hz, 3 Phase.
● Magnet – High Power Permanent Rare earth Magnets
● Fluid Temperature – 70° C (Max)
● Seal Type – Sealless
● Impeller – Closed Type
We are PP Magnetic Chemical Pump Manufacturer and Suppliers in Mumbai India. These are Chemical and Acid Circulation Polypropylene Pumps which are Sealless, Leak-Proof and Leakless Pumps. This is also called PP Magnetic Drive Pumps or PP Magnet Coupled Pumps or PP Sealless Pumps. These Pumps are avelable in Polypropylene (PP), Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) and Stainless Steel (SS).
A pp magnetic chemical pump is one that is powered by the science of magnetism rather than electricity from a source outside of the pump. PP Magnetic Drive Pumps are energy efficient and operate without the use of seals or lubricants. A range of fluids, including acids, water, and oils, are circulated using magnetic drive pumps. Because a magnetic drive pump has no mechanical seal, there is no risk of harmful chemical leaks or the pump overheating due to an obstruction.
A revolving impeller situated in an enclosed housing is powered by a rotating magnetic field created by individual magnets, according to the general features of a magnetic drive pump. The impeller’s spinning creates a force that forces liquid through and out of the pump’s casing. The pump’s primary function is to keep energy and motion in a fluid. This prevents water or other liquids from becoming stagnant in the container.
Magnets are linked to the impeller and motor of a magnetic drive pump. The pump’s driving assembly is equipped with permanent magnets. The drive magnet, which drives the inner rotor, is coupled to a second shaft that is controlled by the motor. When the motor is turned on, the magnet spins. The magnet on the impeller spins and rotates due to the magnetic force from the motor’s magnet.
The liquid pumped through the system leaves at a different position from where it was drawn into the magnetic drive pump, making it a centrifugal pump. The liquid is flung off the impeller and into a discharge chamber as it enters the pump. The spinning of the impeller allows the liquid to gain energy, which increases the pressure at which the liquid exits the pump. The fluid is kept in place by this rise in pressure.