Viking® Pump: The Composite Mag Drive (CMD) is a new series of sealless, non-metallic pumps specially designed for crucial liquid containment applications, including corrosive chemicals, volatile organic chemicals, and flammable liquids.
Viking® Pump: The Composite Mag Drive (CMD) is a new series of sealless, non-metallic pumps specially designed for crucial liquid containment applications, including corrosive chemicals, volatile organic chemicals, and flammable liquids. Due to the CMD pump's engineered-fluoropolymer and ceramic-wetted material design and construction, the series of pumps can handle a broad pH range and offers advanced durability, broader compatibility, and corrosion resistance compared to other pumps, the company reports.
The new series offers 100% renewable performance with use of Viking's recommended spare parts kit; a new magnet system with a patent-pending spline design that allows the magnet to self-align while floating on the shaft with no added fasteners; self-lubricating, heavy-duty bearings with patent-pending bearing geometry that allows 30-minute dry-run capabilities; and a universal flange that allows for easy installation for both ANSI and DIN flanged systems. The pumps are available in an array of models with capacities at 1450 RPM ranging from 0.34 to 16.5 GPM (1.3 to 62.5 LPM), and capacities at 1750 RPM ranging from 0.4 to 20.0 GPM (1.5 to 75.0 LPM), a maximum differential pressure of 150 PSI (10 Bar) and a maximum recommended operating temperature of 150°F (65°C).
Both the RTP20 and RTP30 series efficiently fill rotor voids, allowing for faster and quieter operation on viscous liquids. In addition, with a longer sealing land at rotor tips, the series provides enhanced efficiency when working with lower viscosity products.
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EQUIPMENT: Sealless, Non-Metallic Pumps - Posted 5/2/07
May 2, 2007