VING PUMPS – MAG DRIVE PUMP

A vane pump is a self-priming positive displacement pump that provides constant flow at varying pressures. A vane pump operates via a motor which is connected via a gearbox, as usually the maximum speed is 900. The pump is equipped with a relief valve to prevent the pump from building up to a pressure that could damage the pump.

 

Vane pumps are typically used for viscous fluids that lubricate such as oils, petroleum, diesel, animal oils/blood, solvents and fuel oil

In a sealless magnetic drive pump, the external magnet connected directly to the motor shaft transfers the torque to the internal magnet. The magnetic field that is created produces a rotation without physical contact between the parts and the spin of the rotor. The vanes inside the rotor slide in and out of the seat, and they move the fluid. The rear cover is placed between the two magnetic joints and hermetically closes the hydraulic part from the engine.

HTP – Magnetically driven vane pump

Food. AISI 316
 

Chap. 2000 rpm

Max. Pressure: 13 bar

Viscosity: 2000 cP

Temp.: Up to 20 ⁰C

System pressure: 25 bar

O-rings: EPDM/VITON

HPP/HPF – Magnetically driven vane pump

Food. PP or PVDF
 

Chap. 1000 rpm

Max.: 5 bar

Viscosity: 2000 cP

Working pressure: Up to 34.5 bar

temp. pp: Up to 70 ⁰C

temp. PVDF: Up to 90 ⁰C

System pressure: 8 bar

Rotor: PVDF

O-rings: EPDM/VITON

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