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Stainless steel magnet drive pump

Centerline support process pump

ANSIB73.1 compliant Centerline support  process pump
Casing centerline support type
  • Stainless steel magnet drive pump for heavy duty.
  • For high temperature liquid: Center line support casing is employed.
  • Flexibly designed for a variety of situations, they have high functionality and lots of options. Pumps that conform API standard are also available on request.
  • Optional full jacket structure is available for high melting point liquid.
  • Wide capacity range up to 130kW motor capacity.
  • Max liquid temperature: 450℃.
  • Mix liquid temperature: -100℃.
  • Pump material SUS304, SUS316, ALLOY20 and Hastelloy-C equivalent, so they offer excellent corrosion resistance. (Other materials such as alloys, titanium and Monel are also available on request.)
  • The magnet drive is efficiently supported by the SiC bearing (SiC-D is optional) which is employed as standard.
  • Greatly reduced total cost, including spare parts, maintenance and running costs.
  • Easy to disassemble and reassemble.


Product specification
Frequency(Hz) 50 60 50 60
Maximum total head(m) 90 130 90 130
Max. capacity
7000 8000 7000 8000
Maximum operating temperature(℃) 260 450
Minimum operating temperature(℃) -100
Liquid maximum specific gravity 2
Liquid maximum viscosity
Design pressure(MPaG) 1.6
[Suction x Discharge](mm)
40×25 to 200×150
Flange standard JIS 10K RF
Impeller type Close
Motor output 0.75 to 130kW
(Synchronized) rotation speed(rpm) 1500,1800,3000,3600
Pump material SCS13(SUS304)
Hastelloy-C equivalent and others
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MXPC[* Performance curve of the MXPC models are identical to that of the MAXP model. ]

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