Magnetic Coupled Pumps are sealless providing for low maintenance, trouble-free and “leak proof” operation. The impeller of the pump is designed to deliver the maximum flow and pressure utilising the available strength of the synchronized magnets.
How it works:
A centrifugal pump converts mechanical energy from a motor to energy of a moving fluid. A portion of the energy goes into kinetic energy of the fluid motion, and some into potential energy, represented by fluid pressure (hydraulic head) or by lifting the fluid, against gravity, to a higher altitude.
- No drive seals so risk of leaks eradicated.
- Less heat transfer from motor
- Complete separation of the liquid means that liquid cannot seep into the motor from the pump
- Reduced friction
- Magnetic coupling can be broken if the load of the pump is too great so pump cannot overload.
Eliminating the drive seals get rid of leaks, friction loss, wear and noise. It provides complete separation of fluid from the pump drive, and nearly 100% transfer of motor power into pumping power.
- Liquids containing ferrous particles are probmatic when a magnetic drive pump is used. This is due to the particles collecting on the impeller magnet and overtime causing the pump to stop working.
- Some energy is lost in the coupling, primarily due to some magnetic resistance.
- If unexpectedly heavy loads occur it may cause coupling to slip.
– Corrosion Resistant.
– Non-Metallic Solution Contact, Seal-less leak proof design.
– Construction, Designed for continuous duty, adjustable discharge position.
– Connections, BSP male inlet / outlet ports.
– Flow rates to 800 l/min or 32m head.