Magnetic drive circulating pumps are ideal for hot water or coolant circulation in solar, marine and similar application. It is available with a brush or brushless DC or AC motor. It can be run in open air or fully submerged in water. Standard pump comes with 3/8-inch OD smooth outlet and 3/8-inch female pipe thread inlet.
Magnetic drive pumps circulate process fluid to lubricate and cool the bearings supporting the inner rotor. These pumps are used for handling highly toxic liquids. The magnets are attached to the pump shaft and the motor shaft with a nonmagnetic shield between them. It uses permanent magnets to drive the internal motor rotor. The magnetic field set up between the two sets of magnets locks the position of the driven and driving units. When the driving magnets start to rotate, the driven magnets try to keep up, causing the pumping element to rotate. It is used to transfer chemicals and other corrosive materials. Although many of these pumps are of the centrifugal style, many are positive displacement styles. Flow capacities and discharge pressures vary with the type of liquid pumping head that is used.
Magnetic drum separator is a self-cleaning magnetic separator. It is ideal for separating ferrous material. It has a non-magnetic outside shell that is driven around and internal stationary magnet. Ferrous material is magnetically drawn out of the material feed, held against the revolving shell and released when it reaches a discharge point beyond the magnetic field. These are used for processing operations where granular or pulverized materials are conveyed in closed chutes. Material is fed in through the top where a revolving cylinder carries it over a stationary magnet. The magnetic field attracts and holds tramp iron beyond the discharge of the cleaned product flow. Tramp iron is then released into a separate discharge as it leaves the magnetic field. The self-cleaning unit comes equipped with a standard direct drive motor or optional chain and sprocket drive.