Leak free turbine pumps suit volatile, high pressure fluids

Written by: Tom Austin-Morgan | Published:

Michael Smith Engineers has released the CT MAG-M Series of magnetically coupled turbine pumps. These pumps are claimed to be well suited to tough fluid handing applications including near boiling, volatile or high pressure liquids such as refrigerants.

The series is offered in corrosion resistant 316 stainless steel as standard with flows available of up to 25m3/hr, differential heads to 310m and viscosities up to 200cSt. The compact pumps can be close coupled to motors to eliminate the requirement for a baseplate and remove misalignment issues.

In addition to the standard models in stainless steel; Hastelloy C, Incoloy and Duplex material options are also available to offer resistance to corrosive liquids and demanding environments, ensuring a longer pump life. Four different sleeve bearing combinations are available including metallised carbon for short term dry-running to prevent major failure in the event of a system upset.

The design of all M Pumps turbine models incorporates a removable wet-end cartridge which allows the pump to be serviced in three simple steps in-situ, minimising downtime.

The CT MAG-M Series is said to meet system pressure requirements up to 50bar, maximum temperatures of up to 350°C, and can be designed for use in ATEX area applications.

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